Google has opened a hiring spree across the country, hiring a new regional director in Houston, hiring new staff in Austin, hiring workers in Dallas and hiring workers across the state of Texas.
The search giant has been ramping up its presence in the Houston region, bringing on hundreds of new employees and hiring new people to support the company’s expansion efforts.
Google has about 200 employees in Houston and the company plans to hire up to 1,000 more employees over the next two years, according to the search giant’s Houston office.
The company also hired a number of new workers at its offices in Austin and Dallas.
Google’s Houston regional director, Julie O’Connell, said the hiring spree is in part to get employees on the job faster, but also to hire workers who can help the company grow its presence.
She said Google has been hiring more than a dozen people in Houston each month since the beginning of the year.
She said Google will be recruiting from across the region to help the search engine improve its efficiency and efficiency.
Google will also be recruiting workers from other cities, O’Connor said.
“We’ve always had a strong relationship with Austin,” O’Connell said.
“Our goal is to get as many local workers on the site as possible.”
O’Connell said the company will also continue to recruit new employees to the region.
Google is hiring new employees across the Houston area, with new hires expected to be added in the coming weeks.
O’Brien said that she hopes to see the company continue to grow in Houston.
The Houston office of Google announced Tuesday that it is hiring a director of regional planning.
The director of the region is responsible for ensuring that Google’s expansion plans in Houston are aligned with local economic and cultural priorities, according a Google spokesperson.
Google already has about 3,000 employees in the city, according the spokesperson.
The regional director will report to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who will serve as the regional director for the company in Houston until his successor is chosen, according O’Sullivan.
Google announced Tuesday the hiring of a number to staff the Houston office, with about 1,300 people to work in the office as part of the search company’s ongoing efforts to expand its presence there.
Google says it is looking for people with expertise in regional planning, communications and community engagement, who are well-versed in regional and local issues and are able to communicate effectively to its local customers and employees.