catfish503 28 days ago
I saw a posting for a job with Google. The instructions are to send a resume etc. to:
Google Inc., PO Box 26184 San Francisco, CA 94126 attn: Keeshia Moultrie.
Does anyone know how to do this electronically via email. It seems odd Google would want snail mail.
Anne O NyMous 2 months ago
Google has interviewed you me many times over and does the same thing every time. They tell me that I have all the skills they need, have me go through multiple phone interviews, and then never call me back. I do not take calls from them anymore.
Ahmed in United Kingdom 10 months ago
It's always hard to know what to expect when going in for that interview -- and preparation can make all the difference. What is the interview process like at Google?
Any advice on striking the right note?
Beni Fleming in Austin, Texas 11 months ago
If I fail interview in now, in May 2012,
will I be allowed to try again in February 2013, or I will have to wait until next May to try again?
zZz in Bangalore, India 12 months ago
What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Google?
What do you like best about working at Google? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
Jobhunting in Taipei, Taiwan 13 months ago
I have been invited to the Google office for the 3rd interview (after 2 phone interview with recruiters), and will be meeting with some Googlers. could anyone suggest to me what the interview would be like? and what questions would be asked during the interview? will it consist of logic games or IQ test? much appreciated.
ElizaDay in Burlingame, California 14 months ago
At the beginning of February I applied for a few jobs at Google. I received 2 confirmation e-mails. I applied for a couple more later and received no confirmation. Tried recently from a different e-mail address and again, no confirmation e-mail.
I'm worried. Is this a not so subtle brush-off or what? Have they flagged my name and location? Are other people still receiving theirs? What should I do?
I haven't heard anything from them other than the two confirmations almost a month ago.
student in Berkeley, California 15 months ago
I'm in the process of getting placed at an internship. Can someone give a better idea of the perks of each location. I've read about the most well known stuff (catered meals, haircuts, rock walls, massages, etc), but want to hear some things that might be more specific to interns or each location.
In particular, I'd like to know if interns get laptops or whether Googlers get laptops for cheap.
Also interested in the kind of work interns typically do. I've heard a lot about some internships begin very hit or miss at Google.
vbean in Manteca, California 16 months ago
Do you work at Google? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?
Any advice for someone trying to get in?
ElizaDay in Burlingame, California 18 months ago
I have been submitting my resume for numerous non-tech (marketing) positions at Google. I've read quite a few negative conversations about how selective the hiring process is so I'm curious as to whether or not the following will work against me. Also, a good friend of mine has a good friend at Google and said he'd see what he could do to help me get an interview. Not sure if that will help me in the hiring process.
I have a BFA from a top university but I have defaulted on my student loans. I am wondering if this would count against me.
Also, I'm in my 40s. I have accumulated years of marketing experience. Will Google consider me in spite of my age? I'm submitting myself for mid-level associate and management positions (at youtube and Google) and nothing too high up the corporate scale or remotely technical. I also have lots of experience working w/ Google marketing tools like Adwords and Analytics. Was thinking of getting Adwords certified and wondering if this would make a difference.
I don't have my GPA. I tried to get my transcripts from my university but because of my student loans, they won't release it. Will Google be able to retrieve it? Will they frown because I can't remember my GPA?
I have read conflicting information about working at Google. Some places say it's great and they're good to their employees while others say they're notorious for underpaying and overworking. Which is accurate?
Is the recruitment process as rigorous for non-technical jobs?
Any advice or feedback is appreciated.