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Application Deadline(for both): November 30, 2015
Hiring(for both) will be complete by April 2016.
3. Software Engineering Intern, MS/PhD, Summer 2016
Application Deadline: February 2016
Hiring will be complete by April 2016.
The information below is applicable for the above 3 internships:
As a Software Engineer, you will work on the core products and services as well as those who support critical functions of our engineering operations. Depending on your background and experience, you will be working in one of the following areas:
– Product and Systems Development :
Whether it’s finding new and innovative ways to advance search quality, building computing platform and networking technologies, automating the indexing of videos, or continuing to refine and scale complex auction systems (just to name a few), you will be developing solutions to some of the most challenging technical problems out there.- Engineering Productivity :
Software engineers working in Site Reliability are involved in every facet of Google’s production and work on the cutting edge of cloud-based computing. As a member of this elite team you are in the thick of everything involved with keeping Google running, from code-level troubleshooting of traffic anomalies to maintenance of our most cutting edge services; from monitoring and alerts to building new automation infrastructure.Minimum qualifications:
- Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related technical field.
- Must be currently enrolled in a full time degree program and returning to the program after the completion of the internship.
- Experience in systems software or algorithms.
- Excellent implementation skills (C++, Java, Python).
- Knowledge of Unix/Linux or Windows environments and APIs.
- Familiarity with TCP/IP and network programming.
3. Associate Product Manager Intern, Summer 2016
The Product Management team works closely with our engineers to guide products from conception to launch and with our business partners to generate profitable streams. As part of the Product Management team, you bridge technical and business worlds as you design technologies with creative and prolific engineers and then zoom out to lead matrix teams such as Sales, Marketing and Finance, to name a few. You have a bias for action and can break down complex problems into steps that drive product development. As an Associate Product Manager, you can be part of shaping Google’s next game-changer.
- Understand and analyze user needs.
- Help to define a product vision and strategy.
- Work with engineers to build and launch new features.