Google began as a search engine based on organizing and providing information more accurately and faster than the competition, world wide. Google has diversified into dozens of other Internet based applications and services. Jobs, for professionals and for students, are available at Google locations throughout the U.S. and internationally and are listed on the Google Jobs web site.
Google Job Search:
Search for jobs at Google by keyword or term. Refine your search to select jobs in a specific region or on a specific team.
Google Job Search
Google Hiring Process:
Once you find a position at Google that interests you, and submit a resume, you will be reviewed by a recruiter, who will contact you if they think you may be a good fit. This initial contact will be followed by a phone interview, and then by an on site interview with a committee of management and peers. The process can take a few weeks, because Google is very selective in it’s hiring, and takes every measure to be sure of a compatible hire.
Google Hiring Process
Google offers generous, customizable employee benefits including Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Short and Long Term Disability, Business Travel Accident Insurance, 401k, 529 College Savings Plans, Paid Vacation, Paid Holiday/Sick days, Maternity/Parental Leave, Tuition Reimbursement, as well as other more specific benefits such as adoption assistance. On site perks vary by office and include, but are not limited to, complimentary lunch and dinner, gym, massages, shuttle services, and medical care.
Google Job Search and Interview Tips:
Google takes pride in their companies interesting and diverse workforce. They encourage you to share what makes you unique, and offer excellent advice on what they like and don’t like to see in a resume. Your interview is a key part of the hiring process with Google, and they outline many essentials for you with these tips direct from Google staffers.