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Software Engineer - New Grad
Square is a mobile payments startup in San Francisco looking for exceptional technical talent to help us quickly and securely process millions of dollars each day. At Square we value design, user experience, and accuracy. We're looking for New Grads who share our values and are passionate about our mission to make commerce easy.
Our Software Engineers are responsible for keeping Square simple and making our users faster and smarter by giving them a designed payments experience and rich data surrounding each transaction. We're looking for smart New Grads of all shapes and sizes, capable and excited about building world-class software and solving hard problems. Our challenges span many technologies, from web and mobile applications (iOS, Android) to server-side development (Java and/or Ruby). Our engineers work on small teams with people across engineering, product, and creative, building reliable, fast, responsive, and beautiful software.
Problems we work on
Design: Implement pixel perfect designs that defy user expectations.
Reliability: Ensure Square works right, every time, by using testing, continuous integration, and in-depth code reviews.
Security: Create interactions and APIs that reinforce trust, increase security, and make it harder to do the wrong thing.
Analytics: Collect all the data around every transaction and turn it into tools that help our users.
Products: Envision entire new products, features, and flows that are inspired, considered, and magical.
Fraud: Make quick decisions on millions of dollars which requires sound judgement, thorough diligence and passion for detecting bad actors and preventing loss.
Machine Learning: Build and refine powerful machine learning models that automate decisions, prioritize our work, and change the behavior of Square's products in real time.
Pursuing degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Math or related technical field, graduating between December 2013 and June 2014. (In lieu of a degree, 4 years of relevant experience.)
Programming experience in one or more object-oriented languages, including: C, C++, Objective-C, Java, Ruby, Scala, Go, and/or Python.