We’ve expanded our hiring class, and you heard it here first!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Tell me more about the role!
You’ll be working directly with me on a Google Salesforce implementation that literally impacts millions of people and billions of dollars =) I can’t say too much, but the importance of this role cannot be overstated!
What’s it like working at Google?
It’s even better than all the stories you hear =) You will not regret it!
What are my chances of getting hired?
The last person we hired came directly from Sfdc99! There are multiple people currently interviewing for a similar position who came from Sfdc99 too!
How do I know if I’m qualified?
Minimum 2-3 years of experience with an advanced level certification or equivalent experience!
What can I do to increase my chances of getting hired?
A cover letter would be great – sometimes a resume doesn’t tell how awesome a person is!
What kind of candidates are you looking for?
Top tier admins and developers of course! Aside for Salesforce skills, a great attitude and good business sense will go a long way!
Is this a contract position? What are the chances of getting converted to a permanent employee?
This is a 40 hour/week contract position! It is possible to be converted into a permanent employee during or after the contract ends, however it is certainly not guaranteed. Work hard, work smart, and we will see what happens!
Where is this position located? Can I work remotely?
Google Headquarters @ Mountain View, CA! Working remote is not an option.
I am not eligible to work in the US. Will Google sponsor me?
Must be eligible to work in the US, sorry!!
Who do I contact regarding this role?
When can I expect to hear back from you regarding an interview?
You should hear back within two weeks! I will do my best to respond to all applications, but I apologize in advance if you don’t hear back from me. Many emails!! If you don’t hear back within two weeks you can assume you will not be interviewed.
I didn’t get the position. What can I do to increase my chances next time?
I have been rejected by Google ten times already – all that doesn’t matter because I only needed to be accepted once! Don’t be discouraged! Work hard, work smart, get certified, be active in the community, go to Salesforce events, push the limits of the system, try again in six months!