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Google job openings 2015

Job Details:

Google is hiring BE/B.Tech graduates for the post of Software Engineer. Apply for Google jobs at Bangalore. Careers opportunities for experienced candidates have been announced by Google, so utilize this chance of working with Google. The applicant should possess BE/BTECH/BS degree from a recognized university. All those who are willing to apply for this position can read the below mentioned details and candidates interested for this position can apply as soon as possible.

Name of company:

Google

Name of Post:

Software Engineer

Pay Scale:

Not disclosed by the company

Qualification:

Candidate should possess BE/BTECH/BS degree from a recognized university

Experience:

Candidate should have preferable experience of 1 year

Job Location:

The job location for this position is in Hyderabad

Last Date:

Last date for this position is not specified

Candidate Profile:

  • BA/BS degree or equivalent practical experience.
  • 1 year relevant work experience.
  • A solid foundation in Computer Science, with strong competencies in data structures, algorithms, and software design.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical and architectural leadership for one or more software engineering teams.
  • Architect, design, and develop (hands-on) large-scale, complex infrastructure systems.
  • Use your technical influence to drive innovation and engineering standards/best practices across Engineering.
  • Represent Google Engineering at internal and external events.

How to apply:

Candidates are required to apply online through visiting the given below link

Official Website: www.google.com

For more details and to apply online Click here

Click here for Google previous placement papers

Company profile:

Google Recruitment 2015

Google was founded in the year 1998 and it’s headquarter is in California, United States. Google is specializing in internet-related services and products. It is providing services that includes online advertising technologies,  software and cloud computing.  

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