Application Engineer, M&A Technical Integrations
Company: Google Inc.
Posted on: June 8, 2021
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related technical
field or equivalent practical experience.
- 3 years of experience with configuration and custom development
for one or more: HR, Finance, CRM, Supply Chain, Billing, or
- 3 years of programming experience in Java or Python.
- Experience collaborating and working in cross-functional
- Experience building out technical architecture, feature
road-maps, and best practices
- Experience defining platform wide architectural choices laying
the common infrastructure for business teams
- Knowledge and exposure to Google infrastructure and technology
About the job
At Google, we work at lightning speed. So when things get in the
way of progress, the Business Systems Integration team steps in to
remove those roadblocks. The team identifies time-consuming
internal processes and then builds solutions that are reliable and
scalable enough to work within the size and scope of the company.
You listen to and translate Googler needs into high-level technical
specifications, design and develop recommended systems and consult
with Google executives to ensure smooth implementation. Whether
battling large system processes or leveraging our homegrown suite
of Google products for Googlers themselves, you help Googlers work
faster and more efficiently.
You make sure our users' needs are met by determining
application designs and feature requirements for product. You write
and troubleshooting code, implement and test new tools and diagnose
root causes of technical issues.
The Mergers and Acquisitions Technology Integration (MATI) team
accelerates the technical integrations that take place during
acquisitions, including corporate infrastructure, business systems,
applications, and engineering environments. We provide business
process and solutions to onboard large numbers of newly acquired
employees, invest in infrastructure that enables bigger, faster
M&A integrations and incubate special projects that support our
partners. As an Application Engineer, you will play a major role in
developing and deploying Google's internal business applications
serving the Technical Infrastructure business team. You will bring
your knowledge and experience with third party systems and first
party software development to help integrate a new acquisition
successfully into the acquiring product area. Help Google scale by
developing business applications used by Googlers that manage all
aspects of our rapid growth.
Behind everything our users see online is the architecture built
by the Technical Infrastructure team to keep it running. From
developing and maintaining our data centers to building the next
generation of Google platforms, we make Google's product portfolio
possible. We're proud to be our engineers' engineers and love
voiding warranties by taking things apart so we can rebuild them.
We keep our networks up and running, ensuring our users have the
best and fastest experience possible.
- Develop integration processes in Boomi, Integration Platform,
and other workflow tools to integrate several internal and third
party products that help acquisitions and Bets move data across
systems in an efficient and secure manner, using several
infrastructures such as Spanner, BigQuery, Google Cloud Storage,
Xenon, and Data Studio
- Participate in design and code reviews for MATI-Apps and rotate
on-duty weekly with the team to support applications and
- Integrate third party products into internal systems as well as
support and upgrade implemented systems
- Partner with business and analyst teams to define and implement
solutions that improve internal business processes
- Participate in engineering architecture, design and
implementation of solutions in partnership with acquiring product
area SME(s) to successfully complete acquisitions' integration of
data and systems
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