Mission: Connecting the world and empowering people through payments.
Braintree builds products that make payments easier—so easy that they fade into the background, making entirely new kinds of interactions possible. The Braintree full-stack payment platform lets companies build their own experiences and then scale their businesses around the globe. We're known for our technology but we're also known for our support, with internal risk and underwriting, account management and technical support teams who ensure a frictionless payments experience.
Great companies keep great company:
Our technology fuels companies like GitHub, 37Signals, Uber, Airbnb, OpenTable, Heroku and more.
Acquired by PayPal, Braintree is now in an even greater position to change the way people pay. Headquartered in Chicago, Braintree has offices in San Francisco, New York, Sydney, London with employees stationed around the world.
We power payments for some of your favorite companies like Uber, Airbnb and Fab. We build tools that forever change the way people buy and sell. Everyday we push to see how far we can take this mission.
We're here to build an exceptional company that both our employees and merchants love. That's why we strive to foster a culture and work environment that's irresistible to the most talented doers. We're casual. Not stuffy. And we believe work should be refreshing, not draining. So naturally, we also believe that the best talent deserves the best perks.
Benefits & Values
I have been working at Braintree full-time
Great people, who care about their work. Always strive to improve.
Lots of generalist engineers can occasionally lead to putting out less in-depth, less proven technical solutions.
I applied online. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Braintree (Chicago, IL) in January 2017.
Interview began with a phone interview and then was followed by a take home email test where you were asked to answer a theoretical customer email. Then there was a 2.5 hour in house interview. I was given an office tour, had to sign a non disclosure agreement and then took a Wonderlic test. This was followed by an interview with 2 staff members and then a room change and a 2nd interview with 2 additional staff members. During the second interview I was also asked to work through two different logic problems.
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