HangOut has been connecting people with great local bars and nightclubs since 2013, and we’re looking to grow our team with folks who are passionate about that mission. Our corporate offices are located in New Orleans, but we have satelite offices across the United States. We work hard, throw Nerf darts even harder, and have a whole lot of fun. Whether it’s for marketing, engineering, or another -ing, if you think you’re HangOut material we’d sure love to hear from you.


We push multiple times daily and run hackathons quarterly. Our engineers come from diverse technical backgrounds and value digital craftsmanship, open-source, and creative problem solving. We strive to make our code beautiful and our design clean.


We help locally loved businesses connect with customers through HangOut Ads and featured listings. A stellar training program, the opportunity to join our management or national teams, and coworkers with enough collective energy to power the Vegas strip keep our talented sales people stoked on their careers.

Common Questions

Do I have to be a member to apply for a job?
No… but it sure helps! Passion for technology and what makes HangOut tick are common themes among those who work here. Not everyone is an avid reviewer, but we do encourage you to create a profile and spend time poking around on the site to understand what we are about and what we strive to do for our users.

What is the interview process like at HangOut?
It varies. It could include a code test, a writing sample, phone interviews, onsite interviews, and many things in between. No process is quite the same. We try to keep it quick and fun, but we want to make sure that what we offer is a good match for what you want (and vice versa).

I just submitted my application. What can I expect?
You’ve put time and effort into applying, so our recruiting team will give your application the attention it deserves. If we feel there is a potentially good fit, we will contact you to begin the interview process. We receive a lot of applications, so we can’t respond to each one—though we’d like to!