Job DetailsFull-timeEstimated: $81,000 – $100,000 a year12 hours ago
Bachelor’s degree with a quantitative focus or equivalent practical experience.
5 years of experience in data warehousing (e.g., storage methods/formats, data integration, data modeling, architecture and design, pipelines and transformations), with experience integrating or launching production pipelines or platforms.
Experience using SQL and querying data from relational databases
Experience with product management (i.e. taking a data product or tool from initial scoping to delivery and adoption)
Experience working with real estate data, occupancy planning data, or other similar data domains.
Experience creating visualizations and dashboards that surface business insights
Experience engaging with multiple stakeholders while managing scope effectively in a fast-moving environment
Excellent communication skills; demonstrated ability to convey complex concepts and solutions to both technical and non-technical audiences and to respond dynamically to questions and comments from leadership.
About the job
Our team’s mission is to make data accessible and inform better business decisions. As a Business Intelligence Architect on our team, you will help build the data systems and tools that inform Real Estate and Workplace Service (REWS) decisions across the globe. You will provide visibility on key metrics, performance, and opportunities for scale and growth in building outstanding workplaces around the world. You will partner with engineering teams to shape and develop REWS’ data architecture. You will craft scalable solutions to automate the delivery of that data. You will also have the creativity and drive to build your own prototype solutions and to provide training and guidance to team members and partners. You are naturally curious and you enjoy diving into data to both ask and answer big questions about service performance, real estate utilization, and overall planning – for example: predicting the impact on team commute times of office relocations.
You are motivated and resourceful, and have knowledge of Business Intelligence (BI) tools and approaches. You know how to organize data to make it easily accessible and usable because you understand your stakeholders and the business problems they are trying to solve.
The Workplace Innovation & Governance team provides governance, design, controls, research and technology solutions for our Real Estate & Workplace Services (REWS) and Security teams, to enable Google to thrive and scale, uniquely. We do this by establishing and safeguarding our real estate design ethos and taking years of institutional research on what makes a productive workplace and productize them across Google’s businesses to help our business and employees work better. We also provide governance and oversight of our suppliers and Alphabet’s M&A work as it impacts space and service delivery.
Partner with REWS management/teams to understand business problems/processes; Understand how data can be applied and create appropriate metrics, data sets, and tools (reports, dashboards, etc.) to address them.
Work with REWS and Engineering to shape and drive development of BI infrastructure and tools, including data integration, data warehousing, and reporting/analytics platforms.
Use independent knowledge, experience, and judgment to inform scalable BI strategies enabling REWS to make data-driven decisions, based on the needs of our clients and REWS leadership.
Serve as product manager for BI products/tools. Ensure cohesion of our dashboards and data tables, and inform overall team strategy. Help develop and grow our team mission and best practices.
Customize communication/output to a variety of audiences. Provide interpretation of analyses along with clearly-stated information, representing both the team and leadership.
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