Almond Au - Google Customer Engineer

Almond Au

Google Customer Engineer

I was born/grew up in: Hong Kong, grew up in Markham, Ontario, Canada

I now live in: Markham, Ontario, Canada.

I completed my training/education at: Ryerson University, Bachelor's and Master's in Computer Science/Engineering.

Describe what you do at work.

I spent a lot of my time understanding complex situations involving lots of people, each with various responsibilities working together as a team. I communicate complicated ideas, technologies, and projects using written and verbal languages to keep everyone on track!

When I was a student I enjoyed:

How does your job affect peoples lives?

I help corporate customers use the latest computer technologies to enhance their user experience. It can be customers in other technology sectors, or marketing firms, social media, etc.

What motivates you in your career?

I've worked in the technology sector for the past 12 years and no two days are the same. I enjoy learning new things, meeting with people to learn and share ideas.

When I was a student, I would have described myself as someone who:

Describe your career path to this career.

I had a lot of good mentors while I was growing up. They taught me various skill sets and shared their experiences with me. The common theme was paying it forward, helping people who can then help more people.

What activities do you like to do outside of work?

Camping, skiing, and spending time with my family.

What advice or encouragement would you give others seeking a similar career?

Work hard, don't give up, keep an open mind about yourself and others.




CurioCity Careers

We hope you enjoyed learning about this great STEM career! The information in this career profile was provided by this individual especially for CurioCity. We hope it helped give you a sense of what this type of job is really like.

Let’s Talk Science is pleased to provide you with this information as you explore future career options. Many careers require a background in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Even jobs that don’t use specific STEM concepts on a day-to-day basis benefit from the skills gained through a study of STEM. People with a STEM background are very much in demand by employers across all career sectors. If you would like to learn about more careers that have a STEM connection, visit http://www.explorecuriocity.org/careers.







b i u quote

Save Comment

Comment