Sunday, March 18, 2018

10 Successful Tips How to get Jobs in Google

10 valuable Tips How to get Jobs and Start your Career in Google India Pvt. Ltd.

Google Offices in India for Jobs and placement :

10 Successful Tips for Jobs in Google
10 Successful Tips for Jobs in Google

1. Get professional experience.
"If you have the right professional experience, it might not even matter if you have no university degree at all. (Of course, having a good degree is always preferable.)" — Lutz Enke, Hamburg Googler

2. Build up your coding skills (if you're applying for an engineering job). 
"GPA is only one criteria. When you're starting out, what matters more is how well you can interpret code, come up with different ways to improve it, and how quickly can you ramp up over time." — Gaanesh Kap

3. It's better not to apply externally through the company website (instead focus on internships, campus recruiting, and referrals)
"The best ways to get an interview with mediocre grades is the best way to get interviews in general...If you have to externally apply via (for example) a company web site, your chances of getting an interview aren't very good." — John L. Miller, interviewer at Microsoft, Amazon, and Google

4. Directly reach out to a Google recruiter.
"I have gotten two interviews at Google (both I have failed miserably)...but I got them. The first one I got by going on LinkedIn and emailing Google Recruiters. I emailed 3, and 1 responded." — Mark Kuczmarski

5. Grow a specialty and become what Google calls a "T-shaped" person.
"Google looks for 'T-Shaped people' — very skilled in one area, often the best in their field, but also have other interests." —

6. Wait until you're more than three years out of school.
"If you apply within 3 years [of graduation], Google will ask for your transcript and it will stay in the electronic records used by Google recruiters forever. If you wait to apply and don't volunteer your GPA they shouldn't ask." — Harvey Alcabes, MIT CS alum

7. Juice up your resume with a list of other activities.
"The tough part is getting past the resume screen. You'd better have something else on your resume besides a GPA. They get 3000 resumes a day and they can't interview everyone." — Bruce R. Miller, current Staff Engineer at Google

8. Showcase your engineering skills.
"In general, have some evidence that you are a rockstar engineer that you can present." — Noam Ben-Ami, Analytics Engineer @ MuleSoft

9. Have a track record on open source projects.
"I know that everybody is trying to cheer you up but reality is that unless you have a pretty impressive track record contributing to open source projects, it's highly unlikely. That's not only for Google by the way. Once you get more experienced and have some impressive projects under the belt, grades matter less." — Lee Provost

10. Show you’re passionate about technology and the company and Clearly communicate how you can help the company.
"One has to love the company that they're interviewing for. Be passionate in what he/she is interested in. You may say that would only score brownie points - somewhat true. But it's that energy that an interviewer might notice that makes the difference." — Arnold W. Mok

"At the end of the day, it comes down to this: Can you communicate how you can help the company? Passion, creativity, initiative, and a 'getting things done' attitude are all signals of that." — Gayle Laakmaan McDowell, Author of "The Google Resume: How to Prepare for a Career and Land a Job at Apple, Microsoft, Google, or Any Top Tech Company."

Focus on your resume

This is the first piece of information they'll see about you, so highlight your achievements. Here’s how to frame them:

Align your skills and experience with the job description.

Be specific about projects you’ve worked on or managed. What was the outcome? How did you measure success?

If you've had a leadership role, tell us about it. How big was the team? What was the scope of your work? If you're a recent university graduate or have limited work experience, include school-related projects or coursework that demonstrate relevant skills and knowledge.

Keep it short: If there’s additional information (like a portfolio) we need during the hiring process, your recruiter will work with you to collect it.

How they review applications (and what happens next)

Reading applications

The qualifications listed in the job description are there to help you select the role that best fits your background and aspirations, so pay close attention—recruiters review applications with these in mind.

Applications are read by real humans who are both experts in interpreting resumes and familiar with our jobs—not just the one you applied for. This allows recruiters to route candidates across the entire company. If there’s no current match available, they’ll make a note to follow up with you about future opportunities.

If our recruiters find a potential match, they’ll schedule a call to learn more about your skills and experience. Bring your questions—this is your opportunity to learn more about the role and our chance to hear more about you.


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