Google builds products that help create opportunities for everyone, whether they're down the street or across the globe.
As a Technical Program Manager focused on Security, you'll use your technical expertise to protect corporate, user, and cloud data from attacks. You'll protect network boundaries, ensure Googlers write secure code, keep computer systems and network devices hardened against attacks, and lead efforts to protect passwords, customer data, and other highly sensitive information. You will also work with software security engineers to proactively find and fix security flaws and vulnerabilities.
In this role, you'll plan requirements, identify risks, manage schedules, and communicate clearly with project stakeholders. And, thanks to Google's industry leading benefits and ample opportunities for personal and professional development, you'll learn and grow alongside talented teammates who share your attention to detail and appetite for problem-solving.
Bachelor's degree in a technical field or equivalent practical experience.
Experience in Program Management on technical cross-functional projects.
Technical experience with security and/or privacy.
Master's, PhD degree, further education or equivalent experience in engineering, computer science or other technical related field.
Experience in one or more of the following: data protection, threat modeling, incident/emergency response, security risk mitigation or evaluation, OS hardening, vulnerability management, penetration testing, access management, or familiarity with cryptographic concepts.
Experience managing execution and high quality product delivery.
Ability to be an influential member of a highly integrated team composed of both technical and non-technical members.
Manage security programs, defining milestones and success criteria, resource allocation and successful on-time delivery.
Understand the end-to-end solution and implementation path in order to execute large security projects.
Coordinate between different security teams, and set clear expectations about responsibilities.
Exercise technical judgment in working with large, cross-functional teams.
Communicate schedules, priorities, and status to all levels in the company.