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Company Overview: Visa Inc.

About Visa Inc.

Industries:
Finance
Number of stores:
N/A
Founded:
1958
Revenue:
$10.4 billion (2012)
Headquarter:
Foster City, CA
CEO:
Charles Scharf
Overview
Visa facilitates electronic funds transfers throughout the world, primarily through the use of Visa credit cards and debit cards. Unlike some credit card companies, Visa does not actually issue cards or extend credit. Rather, they provide other companies with Visa branded cards and payment products, who then offer credit to consumers. Visa was founded in 1958, and they employ more than 8,000 people.

How to Apply For a Job at Visa

StartWire

You can search and apply for jobs at Visa directly through your StartWire account. When you apply for a Visa job through us, we will provide you with automatic updates each time the status of your application changes. This way, you will always know if your application has been reviewed and if you are still being considered for the position that you applied for. Apply now

Apply online

If you prefer, you can apply for jobs through Visa's hiring site. If you do choose to apply through their site, don't forget to come back and tell us about the application so we can help you keep your job search as organized and efficient as possible.

The Visa Application Process

For this application guide, we applied for a job as a Financial Analyst. Though the application is nearly identical for all positions, you might find that your experience varies from ours a little bit depending on the position that you apply for.

Before you can fill out the Visa application, you will need to register on their hiring site. To register, you will need to provide your email address, name, phone number, current employer, and current job title.

After you create your account, you will have the opportunity to upload your resume. Uploading your resume is not required at this point, but doing so can save you a lot of time. Visa will read through your resume and use the information that it finds to fill in many of the application fields for you. While this is a great feature and it did its job perfectly when we used it, it is possible that their system could make a mistake. Be sure that you review all of your information before you submit your application. If you prefer not to upload your resume at this point, that's ok -- you can fill out the application manually.

After you upload your resume (or opt not to), you will need to provide some basic personal information including your name, street address, phone number, email address, work experience, education, and certifications (if applicable to the position that you are applying for). We highly recommend that you take a few minutes to prepare all of the information you will need before you begin the application (including accurate employment and education dates, the name of your previous manager, as well as their phone number and email address).

After you provide your personal information, you will be able to attach your cover letter and resume to your application. While neither is technically required by their application system, you should treat them both as if they are. We highly recommend that you not only provide them, but that you take some time to customize your cover letter and resume for the position that you are applying for. Not only will customizing them help you show that you have a high level of interest in the job, it will also give you the opportunity to demonstrate exactly how your previous skills and experiences have prepared you for the job that you are applying for.

Once you attach your resume and cover letter to the application, you are almost done. All you will have to do now is answer some brief questions about your eligibility to work in the United States, and disclose any personal affiliations that you have with existing Visa employees.

Background check and drug test

During the application, you will need to consent to a pre-employment background check and drug test. Any employment offer that you receive will be contingent upon passing both of these tests.

How to Get Updates on Your Visa Application

When you apply for a job at Visa through your StartWire account, we will let you know every time that the status of your application changes. For example, we will let you know when your application has been reviewed and if you are still being considered for a position that you have applied for. Sign up now

Who is Visa Hiring?

Visa is an equal opportunity employer.

Jobs available at Visa

There are far too many jobs at Visa to list them all here, but many of the most popular positions are found in client support services, corporate strategy, finances, marketing, product management, legal, human resources, sales, and technology.

With a company the size of Visa, chances are very good that there is a position within the company that would make a great fit for you. Check back regularly to learn about new positions as they are announced. Apply now

Business Summary

Leadership

Charles Scharf is the CEO of Visa. Joseph Saunders is the Executive Chairman, and John Partridge is the President.

Finances

Visa is a publicly traded company (NYSE: V). In 2012 they reported $10.4 billion in revenue, $2.1 billion in operating income, $2.1 billion in net income, $40 billion in assets, and $27 billion in equity.

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