Google Extending in Finland: new centre, new jobs!
The global search engine giant, Google has recently announced that they are extending their operations in Hamina, Finland. The company has acquired an old paper mill and are working to build new service halls. The new center total surface will cover just over 2.5 hectares. The old Summa paper mill will be completely transformed to house a state of the art infrastructure.
Alistair Verney from Google media relations commented that progress is moving well although some changes to the initial plan were made and an expansion hall will have to be built next to the service halls.
It was first announced last summer that Google intended to expand their service centre in Hamina, Finland although the old paper mill was bought back in 2009 from the paper company Stora Enso.
The investment in the project is estimated around 150 million Euros and the completion of the project will ensure the creation of 500 new jobs. Recruiting has already begun, however roles aren’t all available at once and so far only 90 have been occupied by staff working on improving the current infrastructure and building the extension.
To apply for the currently available roles at Google in Hamina, please follow the links below:
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