QualificationsProduct developmentAIBachelor’s degree
5 years of experience working with technical products.
Experience managing elements of the product development lifecycle such as product direction, go-to-market strategy, driving requirements, and product launch.
Experience working with cross-functional teams (e.g., engineering, UX/UI, program management, etc.).
Experience working with security projects, data, and regulated industries.
Ability to translate complex requirements into strategic themes and measurable outcomes.
About the job
As a Privacy Product Manager, you will help support a portfolio of projects and products by governing how health data is stored and accessed by Google employees to ensure patient privacy, scalability, developer velocity, regulatory requirements, and more.
Google Health is a company-wide effort to help billions of people be healthier. We work toward this vision by meeting people in their everyday moments and empowering them to stay healthy and partnering with care teams to provide more accurate, accessible, and equitable care. Our teams are applying our expertise and technology to improve health outcomes globally – with high-quality information and tools to help people manage their health and wellbeing, solutions to transform care delivery, research to catalyze the use of artificial intelligence for the screening and diagnosis of disease, and data and insights to the public health community.
Partner with engineer leads to manage a roadmap to safely and responsibly acquire, catalog, store, access, and serve health data.
Manage data governance products and infrastructure.
Synthesize and drive product and data governance strategy with cross-functional stakeholders.
Set and contribute to privacy and security direction, goals, and strategy.
Manage data privacy and security engineering communications with stakeholders.
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