QualificationsMaster’s degreeMaster of Business Administration
MBA, or equivalent practical experience.
5 years of strategy consulting experience.
Experience in a technology company (either direct or indirect).
Experience synthesizing and effectively sharing analytical and market insights in a nebulous and/or rapidly evolving industry.
Experience working on highly cross-functional programs in partnership with executive leaders.
Experience in healthcare, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, and/or biotech.
Solid analytical, problem-solving and organizational skills.
Passion for people’s health.
About the job
At Google we’re committed to improving the lives of as many people as possible. One of the most important areas in which we are striving to do that is health. The Google Health team supports teams across Google, providing critical expertise and strategic partnership to ensure Google develops products. We’re focused on bringing Google’s helpfulness to health in three broad areas: consumers, caregivers, and the community context. Our goal is to help everyone, everywhere live a healthier life.
Identify and execute against strategic initiatives that draw from Google’s family of healthcare product efforts, provide recommendations, based on analysis of industry trends, experience, and solid judgment, and communicate findings to leadership and influence the organization to act on these findings.
Be the go-to expert on the healthcare/life sciences landscape priorities and challenges in the US and globally, and enable executive health leadership with relevant updates on the evolving industry, leverage secondary/ third party research sources, and educate the organization with digestible, custom resources.
Own and develop compelling presentations to update Google health leadership on business challenges and opportunities.
Bring the right people together from across the company to discuss key topics and collaborate on future solutions.
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