Job DetailsFull-timeEstimated: $83,000 – $120,000 a year23 hours ago
Experience in managing budgets.
Ability to analyze reports, metrics, and trends, and detail oriented with strong analytical skills to evaluate and summarize data.
Ability to think, plan, and execute multiple projects simultaneously with minimal direct supervision.
Excellent planning skills including information organization, timeline tracking, and comprehensive communication and collaboration across many teams and all organizational levels.
Strong financial, contract management skills.
About the job
Our mission is to inspire and enable the Google community to thrive through food choices and experiences.
Our vision is to contribute to feeding the world responsibly and sustainably through our food@work program leadership and by building upon Alphabet’s ecosystem.
Our values encompass responsibility, transparency, sustainability, innovation, community, and user focus.
The Food Program team is responsible for creating food experiences that promote collaboration and engage and energize Googlers throughout each day. As the Food Program Manager, you set the bar high for food quality, ensuring guests and employees are satiated safely at every meal. You will look at the local and global supply chains that bring food to Googlers plates, identify potential risks, and cook up contingency plans. You’ll set standards for guest satisfaction, procurement, costs, and our use of technology while making sure our food programs keep pace with the needs of our ever hungry Googlers.
The Real Estate and Workplace Services (REWS) team creates inspiring spaces and innovative services that bring Google’s culture and values to life. We build and maintain all aspects of what keeps our Googley workspaces operating seamlessly across multiple cities and regions globally. We also manage the industry-leading services that help make Google a great place to work – from how we design healthy and collaborative workspaces, create energizing food experiences, provide convenient transportation and fitness options, to delivering inclusive environments where Google and our employees can thrive.
Be responsible for all San Francisco food program affiliated venues, activities, and experiences in the region.
Monitor progress against program strategies and objectives, budget, headcount, and project plans.
Enhance the user experience and the impact and/or effectiveness of the Food Program.
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