Posted 26 November 2012 - 17:29
I'm new here and have been browsing the forms. And wondered if anyone can offer any help/advice.
I have a phone interview with Google on Friday in the UK. The Internship is for: 2013 Corporate Operations Engineer
I have just received an email outlineing the next steps, with regards to the phone interview and what may be asked.
I have also been provided with a Google DOC for me to do some coding exercises on if asked too. This is where i am scared Sh***ess, I am not a coder/programmer and really not sure what to do from here.
Here is the email I received:
One of our engineers, will call you on your number ***********.
Please confirm that this date and time will work for you and the phone number is correct. The call will be conducted in English and last approximately 45 minutes. Please be aware that this is a full interview for this role. Progression to the next stage of interviews is dependent on how well you perform.
For the interview, we need you to have a computer with broadband Internet access and a current web browser. This is because we might be using Google Docs to carry out some coding exercises. This blank document allows the interviewer to see any code you write, in real time.
Please click on the link below to access the shared document Chris Hinds, PS, November 30th, 2012: (link here). You will be tested on the following (amongst others): * Any system administration experience (incl knowledge level of all operating systems) * Communication * Logic, analysis & creative problem solving.
Again, here is more information about the internship program:
To be eligible for an internship, you must be returning to university afterwards, or the internship should be a formal part of completing your studies. We accept interns at all levels of education: Bachelors, Masters and PhD.
Any help/advice anyone can offer would be great.