Mission: Tinder makes being single more fun and rewarding by connecting people who may have otherwise never met in real life.
We celebrate that being single is a journey. And a great one. Being single isn’t the thing you do, unhappily, before you settle ...
The people we meet change our lives. Tinder empowers users around the world to create new connections that otherwise might never have been possible.
With more than 10 billion matches made to date and millions of new connections made daily, Tinder has reimagined the way people meet on a massive, global scale.
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Engineering at Tinder 🔥
As Tinder is in a constant state of evolution, our Engineers are at the very core of our business. Some are crafting the face of Tinder and others are the brains behind every new feature launch and scalability of the platform. We are a diverse team with wide-ranging expertise, but we all have one thing in common: we're why the world keeps on swiping.
Learn More 🔥
Get to know some of our engineers and hear from them firsthand about the exciting work being done across our Tindev teams on our tech blog.
Internships at Tinder 🔥
Our people are our greatest investment. We know that the only way to grow is to inspire, train and cultivate our successors. If you’re looking for a real opportunity to have an impact on people’s lives, you belong here. Apply for our Tindership program.
Swipe Right for Summer 🔥
Tinderships bring students and recent graduates in on the work we do at Tinder in a hands-on and productive way. You won’t be fetching anybody coffee—you’ll be fetching real solutions on real projects. During the 12-week program, you’ll code, analyze data, develop new product features, create marketing campaigns or be otherwise engaged in a meaningful way to hone your skills in your respective discipline. You’ll have an opportunity to work closely with experts in your field on exciting projects with real deadlines. This could be the summer that changes your life.
End of Summer Hackathon 🔥
Our 12-week Tindership program culminates in our infamous end-of-summer Hackathon event, where you’ll have a chance to show off your creativity, tech skills and business sense. The winners received a cash award as well as an opportunity to participate in the implementation of their idea into the app. We don’t just claim to offer “real world” experience—we mean it.
I have been working at Tinder full-time (More than a year)
I've been at Tinder for over 2 years now and it's been an amazing experience and an incredible journey! It's by far the best company I've ever worked at with great perks, smart people and continual growth opportunities
- The people (collaborative, fun, motivated and people I enjoy coming to work with everyday)
- The company genuinely tries to make Tinder a fun place to work and spends a lot of time and money on the employee experience
- Amazing company holiday parties, events, happy hours and summer parties!
- Catered meals for lunch and dinner and an insane spread of every snack you could think of
- Wine/beer on tap
-Unlimited PTO/ flexible working hours
- Modern office that is decorated better than my own apartment
- Still has fun perks/vibes of a startup, but is a more mature established company with resources
- good compensation and strong upside on stock
- good benefits/401k
- opportunities to grow and take on new challenges for those who are hungry and eager for more responsibility
- Tinder doesn't have a set remote wfh policy. It's very up to manager discretion/some teams shy away from remote work, while others can work remote anytime. Would be nice if there was a more flex remote policy in place so everyone could take the same liberties
I applied online. The process took 7 weeks. I interviewed at Tinder (Los Angeles, CA) in September 2016.
I applied online after seeing that they were hiring on multiple job boards in late July 2016. I also checked LinkedIn to see if I knew anyone who worked there. A former coworker happened to know the Head of Talent so I got in touch pretty easily.
I then had a phone interview with a recruiter, and then spoke with the hiring manager a week or so later. I was supposed to speak with the CMO but she was super busy so I ended up with a 3rd phone interview with the Director of Brand Management. This 3rd call seemed more like a culture fit interview which was nice, I got along with everyone and they had really detailed questions about my past experience and why I wanted to work at Tinder.
I was invited to an onsite interview in September 2016 where they flew me out (super nice of them to let me stay an extra day to explore LA). I was interviewed by two current Community team members, the Director of Community, and the CMO. Everyone was very nice, but I could tell that they took their work very seriously and could easily spot BS from a mile away. My recruiter, Devin, was super helpful and always checked in to make sure I was doing okay/needed water/etc. I had lunch with everyone after my interviews and met a few more people from marketing and engineering so I got to see a wider lens of the company.
I got an offer about a week after my onsite and I started in October. My interview process was extremely positive