Job DetailsFull-timeEstimated: $75,000 – $110,000 a year12 hours ago
Ability to work towards continuous improvement, bias to action, and effectively translate strategies into actionable plans
Ability to work with a team and a diverse set of stakeholders/ecosystem partners.
Demonstrated influencing and change management skills with the ability to manage multiple complex priorities.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, coupled with multi-tasking and organizational skills, and an attention to detail.
Persistent and highly collaborative.
About the job
In the Google Procurement Organization (GPO), our aim is to unlock value for Google to reinvest in helping sustainable and profitable growth. As a centralized organization, we bring “one voice” to stakeholders and suppliers to ensure the best outcomes. Our organization fosters a culture of collaboration and innovation while providing opportunities for ongoing career growth and development.
Within the Google Procurement Organization, the Business Partnering team acts as a liaison between Procurement and Google Product Areas and Functions. In this role, you will collaborate across Google, ensuring a coordinated approach when engaging suppliers/partners.
Define the strategy for the partnership program that includes, but is not limited to, program objectives, goals, success metrics, cross-functional alignment, and governance.
Shape global operating priorities and partnerships strategies while working closely with internal GPO teams, as well as ecosystem partners.
Build and maintain relationships with business and product stakeholders to develop and accelerate strategic projects.
Lead and participate in quarterly business reviews with partners and offer a strategic and analytical perspective of the partnership, identifying areas for improvement and growth.
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