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Is a job in Google your dream ? This is what you should do

Google , needless to say is the dream destination for any software engineer to join. But often people are misdirected in this regard by agencies.

According to Larry page,google cofounder,
Google is organised around the ability to attract and leverage the talent of exceptional technologists and business people. We have been lucky to recruit many creative, principled, and hard-working stars
 You can always keep with latest openings in google on,

Applying at Google

Once you apply for a job, your qualifications and experience will be reviewed by one of our recruiters to determine if you are a fit. If you are a possible match for the position, a recruiter will contact you to learn more about your background and answer questions about our hiring process and what it's like to work at Google.

Phone interview

You’ve applied for the position and your skills fit the job. The phone interview assesses your technical skills and proficiency, to the level of determining whether you should be brought in for in-person interviews. Typically phone interviews are conducted by someone in a similar role and last about 30-40 minutes.

Onsite interview

Our interview process for technical positions evaluates your core software engineering skills including: coding, algorithm development, data structures, design patterns, analytical thinking skills.  During your interview, you’ll meet with several engineers across different teams who will give a cross-section view of Google Engineering. Interviewers will ask you questions related to your area of interest and ask you to solve them in real time. Our interview process for business and general positions evaluate your problem solving and behavioral abilities. Remember, it's not a question of getting the answer right or wrong, but the process in which you use to solve it. Creativity is important.

Hire by committee

Virtually every person who interviews at Google talks to at least four interviewers, drawn from both management and potential colleagues. Everyone's opinion counts, ensuring our hiring process is fair while maintaining high standards as we grow. Yes, it takes longer, but we believe it's worth it. If you hire great people and involve them intensively in the hiring process, you’ll get more great people. We started building this positive feedback loop when the company was founded, and it has had a huge payoff.

What happens next

Following your interviews, we will decide if you are suitable for the job opening. We take hiring very seriously and like to make consensus-based decisions. To that end, it can take up to two weeks for us to make a definitive decision as to whether we'd like to have you join the team. Please be patient with us – your recruiter will keep in touch with you when feedback has been received and decisions made. Also feel free to get in touch with your recruiter at any time.

Submitting a CV/resume – General information

To make it easier for us to determine where you might best fit within our organization, you can take a few simple steps to help us understand your qualifications.
  • Preferably submit your resume in PDF or Microsoft Word formats. Text formats are also acceptable.
  • All resumes and related materials (transcripts, portfolios, etc.) should be submitted in English.
  • Only include essential personal information and be sure to include your name and how to contact you in the resume, not just your cover letter. Also, include your email, phone, and city and state of residence. Do NOT include your gender, date of birth, age, family status, military status, citizenship status or personal identification numbers.
  • If you use acronyms, spell them out once unless they are well known in industry.

Educational background

Your CV/resume should accurately reflect your academic achievements and accomplishments.
  • Your resume should include the full name of all post-secondary institutions attended, degrees conferred, and a cumulative grade point average (if available) for each degree received.
  • Only report your college/university-level education. However, if you completed a "year abroad" program as part of your pre-university education, feel free to include this in your resume.
  • Provide a brief description of projects you completed related to the position for which you are applying.

Your work experience

You may be fresh out of college/university or have substantial work experience and a history of accomplishments. Either way, we want to know what skills you've acquired along the way. We'll look closely at the work experience section of your resume, so the information you provide here is very important.
  • Provide your job title, employer name and dates of employment.
  • Provide a brief description of the companies you have worked for especially if they are not well known.
  • Provide your specific “key accomplishments” in each role.
  • We want to see concise (ie. bulleted), important details on your key accomplishments and the impact your efforts had on your company. For engineering resumes, please include the programming languages and tools used for each.
  • If you worked while attending a college/university, either during the summer or concurrent with your course work, be sure to mention this even if it isn't specifically related to a potential job at Google.
  • Customize your resume by highlighting the skills that are relevant to the position.

Additional information

Tell us what makes you unique! Here at Google, we value talent and intelligence, group spirit and diversity, creativity and idealism. Googlers range from former neurosurgeons and puzzle champions to alligator wrestlers and Lego maniacs.
  • Be sure to include any awards received, articles published, conference presentations given, or professional organizations you are involved in (ie. SWE, IEEE, ACM, etc.). We don't need to see copies of awards or publications, just a reference to them.
  • You can also include personal projects related to the position.

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