Friday, November 22, 2013


Are you looking for a challenge?
Google now offers internship
opportunities throughout the
year. These range from non-
technical functions to roles
where some technical
knowledge could be
advantageous. If you are
studying Psychology or Art
History, don't let an arts degree
keep you from applying to
Google. We have internships in
many fields that could be right
for you, located in various
locations and multiple languages.
Being an intern at Google means
you will be fully integrated
member of our business team.
You will receive ongoing training,
and will have a mentor assigned
to you with whom you'll work
closely to identify project goals
and professional development
opportunities. In addition, you
will participate in a structured
program of educational and
social activities to ensure you
have a productive experience at
Google that helps you grow your
personal and professional skills.
Internships are available in a
wide array of fields, all of which
are listed above.
Job Title: Business Associate
Intern 2014
Location: Lagos
Team or role: Sales & Account
Management; Sales Operations;
Marketing & Communications;
People Operations; Finance
Job type: Intern
Business Associate Internship
assignments are typically offered
in the following business areas:
Sales and Customer Service:
Google's Advertising Sales and
Global Customer Service roles find
innovative solutions that meet
our clients' changing needs. We
identify business challenges,
collaboratively shape solutions
that drive strategic initiatives and
keep clients informed of the
ways Google products can
enhance their online and offline
Enterprise: As masters of cloud
computing, the Enterprise team
helps small and large businesses,
educational institutions and
government agencies discover
the wonders of "the cloud"� and
work smarter through Google
Apps. Our technical and sales
teams design and implement
solutions for these organisations
with custom features, security
and support - all with Google's
philosophy of innovation and
ease of use in mind.
Finance: The name Google came
from "googol," a mathematical
term for the number 1 followed
by 100 zeros. And nobody at
Google loves big numbers like
the Finance team when
providing in depth analysis on all
manner of strategic decisions
across Google products. From
developing forward-thinking
analysis to generating
management reports to scaling
our automated financial
processes, the Finance
organization is an important
partner and advisor to the
People Operations: Google's
People Operations roles are
focused on redefining "human
resources" and preserving
Google's unique culture in the
way we attract, hire, develop and
reward talented people.
Legal: Google Legal crafts
innovative approaches for
tackling some of the toughest
legal challenges of the
information age. Google Legal
lets you tackle unanswered legal
quandaries and create new
precedents. Our innovative
services raise challenging
questions that demand creative
and practical answers. We
provide those answers by
working at the crossroads of the
law and new technology, helping
Google build innovative and
important products for users
around the world. (Please note
that Google does accept
applications for Legal internships
that start in 2015 in some
Product Quality Operations: The
Product Quality Operations (PQO)
team protects Google's users. We
define and communicate product
policies, and we defend Google's
integrity by fighting spam, fraud
and abuse across Google
products. The PQO team ensures
product quality for the
company's expanding base of
advertisers, publishers and users
in more than 40 languages. We
partner with Engineering to
combat fraud and abuse across
major products like Search,
AdWords, AdSense, Google+,
Wallet, and Maps.
Marketing: Google's Marketing
team applies the same level of
creative originality to Google's
marketing campaigns that the
company has applied to online
search and advertising. We
support Google's growth and
revenue generating efforts
through effective and results-
focused marketing campaigns
for both business and consumer
gTech: The Google Technical
Services (gTech) team serves as
the primary point of contact for
our global Sales, Business
Development and Partnerships
teams to support our sales
organisation across all products.
We provide tools so that our
sales teams can focus on
generating revenue and leverage
our strong relationships with
Google's Tech teams to enable
our sales organisation to do
multi-solution selling, launch and
support new products, and help
and engage our users.
Localization: The Localization
team makes sure that

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