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[Irl-dean] Google: Looking For Engineers To Work On Access

Barry McMullin mcmullin at eeng.dcu.ie
Tue Apr 11 09:51:50 IST 2006


Hi all -

I'm forwarding this just for general interest; unfortunately the
particular positions are based in google headquarters in the US;
but maybe there may be an opportunity to develop some interaction
between irl-dean and google locally.  Anyone have any contacts in
google in Dublin?

Best - Barry.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 14:12:31 -0700
From: T.V Raman <raman at google.com>
To: emacspeak at cs.vassar.edu
Subject: Google: Looking For Engineers To Work On Access
Resent-Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 17:12:51 -0400 (EDT)
Resent-From: emacspeak at cs.vassar.edu


Software Engineer - Accessibility - Mountain View

This position is based in Mountain View, CA.

Google is looking for talented, world-class Engineers to improve the
accessibility of our cutting edge information technologies to those
with disabilities. Come join an exciting and stimulating environment
where you can make your impact on the world.

You will be involved in identifying accessibility issues and
engineering solutions across a range of products: next-generation web
sites like Google search and AdWords, rich internet (AJAX)
applications like Gmail and Google Local, and client applications
like Toolbar and Desktop Search. In addition, we are looking for
Engineers who can act as accessibility advocates and promote the
needs of Google's users with disabilities inside Google.

Requirements:
    * BS in Computer Science or related technical degree required,
MSCS or PhD a plus.
    * Demonstrated experience developing software to support
accessibility standards (e.g., WAI, Section 508) and technologies
(e.g., JAWS).
    * Strong HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and AJAX development skills.
    * Demonstrated expertise with C/C++ and/or Java programming.
    * User Interface design and usability knowledge a plus.
    * Ability to work well in cross-functional teams, including
engineers, product managers, usability, and UI designers, and to
evangelize approaches for building accessible products.
    * Excellent written and oral communication skills.
To apply, see http://www.google.com/support/jobs/bin/answer.py?answer=37456

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-- T. V. Raman







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