QualificationsSQLAnalyticsMachine learningConflict managementManagementBachelor’s degree
Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative discipline or equivalent practical experience.
14 years of experience in a quantitative role.
Experience in people management.
Experience in programming and SQL.
Experience with financial systems and concepts.
Familiarity with analytics methods/theory (e.g., statistics, machine learning, etc.) and ability to identify opportunities to apply these.
Ability to thrive in environments with multiple cross-functional stakeholders with competing agendas, by bringing people together to achieve a common goal.
Excellent stakeholder management skills, including expectation setting, education, conflict management, prioritization, etc.
About the job
At Google, data drives all of our decision-making. As part of the Finance Business Intelligence team, you will use data to inform business and product decisions across the company. Using your technical skills, business acumen and creativity, you will build tools to automate reporting and generate insight that will allow clients to quickly and accurately see how our key business products and processes are performing. Previous experience managing finance systems projects, with emphasis on providing business intelligence and data driven insight through reporting, will have equipped you well for this role. You’ll be involved in projects from inception to delivery, ensuring that your reporting delivers high-quality and relevant data to intelligently grow our business. You will also have extensive knowledge of key financial systems, such as Oracle and Hyperion, and experience working with a range of other business intelligence tools and platforms.
In this role, you will have the opportunity to incubate data solutions at scale, at Google’s Finance Center of Excellence, by partnering with teams across different levels to drive process efficiency and performance management insights to key stakeholders.
The name Google came from “googol,” a mathematical term for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros. And nobody at Google loves big numbers like the Finance team when providing in depth analysis on all manner of strategic decisions across Google products. From developing forward-thinking analysis to generating management reports to scaling our automated financial processes, the Finance organization is an important partner and advisor to the business.
Lead a team of data professionals working across a variety of areas and data responsibilities.
Develop the team from the ground up, setting the strategy, objectives and key results, and defining clear roles and responsibilities. Play an active role in our team’s leadership, taking initiative to execute on our mission, prioritize work, make tradeoffs, manage conflicts, and constantly push the team to grow and evolve.
Develop the finance data strategy for several business areas. Partner closely with finance leaders and their teams to create a roadmap and deliver solutions that fit their evolving needs.
Partner with the Data Science team to scale data solutions across the organization that transform finance processes.
Partner with Engineering teams to operationalize/scale data solutions and improve Google’s business intelligence and analytics platforms.
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