August 16, 2021

On Thursday, a Twitter user revealed a new job offer that she had just received from Google’s VP of marketing.

As the job listing said, she was “looking for an enthusiastic and creative team member with strong technical skills.”

She was looking for someone who can work with “a diverse group of developers to solve problems and deliver great experiences to our customers.”

In addition to the new job, she mentioned that she would be working with her boss on a project related to ChromeOS, which Google says it has a “strong focus on.”

While the posting is only for a limited time, the post has garnered plenty of attention and support.

Twitter user @yolanda said that the post was an eye-opening moment for her, and it showed that she “could actually find a great job in tech.”

Twitter user josh khan said that he saw the post and instantly liked it.

“Google is hiring.

What a wonderful company!” he wrote.

The tweet has received thousands of likes, more than 8,000 retweets, and dozens of shares.

As of Thursday morning, the tweet has more than 10,000 favorites and more than 13,000 shares.

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo told The Times that he “was blown away” by the response.

“I think this was a very good post that people really liked and that got a lot of people talking,” he said.

He added that the job posting is a “great way to start conversations about the work we do at Google.”

While he’s not sure if she’s currently available to work at Google, Costolo said that she will “absolutely” be available to meet with any prospective hires.

He said that his goal is to “continue to bring more people into our team, but we are not yet at that stage.”

The full post has not been updated.

A representative for Google declined to comment.

As for the post itself, the company is still looking for an “ambitious and creative” candidate to work with a diverse group.

Google is hiring for the next VP of Marketing, and according to the job description, that person will be working on a “mobile platform, as a developer.”

The post has received more than 2,000 likes and more as of Thursday afternoon.