Google to Create Hundreds of Finance Jobs in Chicago
Google is adding hundreds of financial employees to its team in Chicago, which already includes business, finance and technology employees.
The company did not say how many jobs it creates, but chose Chicago as the hub for its finance team after a nationwide search, according to a city announcement.
Google has more than 1,000 employees in Chicago and has added employees quickly since moving its local operations to Fulton Market in 2015. Last year, the company leased space in a second building, a building of 12 stories located at 210 N. Carpenter St., as it began renovating its top floor of open space at 1000 W. Fulton St.
For years, Google’s Chicago office, launched just after the dot-com boom, was primarily a sales outpost. In recent years, the company has strengthened its presence in engineering, which now includes hardware teams working on Android phones and coders working on research, as well as Google’s cloud business.
Google, like other big tech companies, including Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Salesforce, is hiring much more outside the West Coast, where talent is increasingly hard to find and labor costs. of labor and housing have skyrocketed. Late last year, Salesforce announced plans to move into a new office tower on the Chicago River and expand a workforce that already exceeds 1,000. Facebook also leased more space at the center. -City, paving the way for potential growth well beyond the 300 or so workers it is estimated to have here.
Some of the vacancies in Chicago listed by Google on its website include a global process manager for flexible payment transactions, an international tax analyst, a senior accountant, a real estate accounting manager and an indirect tax manager.