Job DetailsFull-timeEstimated: $94,000 – $130,000 a year18 hours ago
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience
Experience in program management with technical cross-functional projects
Experience with database management software
Experience working with public data sets
Experience with the assessment of domain specific (health, education, finance) outcome data
Knowledge of socio-technical considerations of technology
Ability to interact with diverse technical and non-technical groups, spanning all organizational levels
Ability or thought leadership in assessing impacts and adverse effects of technology on users or communities
About the job
The Responsible Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Human-Centered Technology CoE (RAI-HCT CoE) is a research team formed to ensure that technology and its development positively impacts our users and the world. Our team works to proactively ensure that Google’s products are developed with appropriate consideration and understanding of foundational and applied research in the areas of ethics, fairness, and social impact through the development of tools, product solutions, learnings, and best practices.
The specific mission of our team is to build a core team with unique expertise in assessing social, human rights, and equity related impacts leading to the development of research tools, frameworks, and assessments to embed this type of analysis in both product development and ethical decision making process.
As a Technical Program Manager, you will help develop, and be a key member of, a multi-disciplinary research and analysis team dedicated to ensuring Google products, research, and platforms meet Google’s responsible AI Principles and applicable Human Rights Standards and Laws.
In this role, you will work directly with experts from across the company and your team to develop data tools, analysis, and process. You will lead complex, multi-disciplinary projects to understand the needs and goals of internal customers, manage project schedules, identify risks, and clearly communicate goals to project stakeholders.
Identify analytical problems and find innovative ways to manage these problems, and manage data projects including developing strategy, timeframes, and managing stakeholders
Develop and maintain data tools including databases, dashboards, and toolkits
Generate insights organized into easy-to-understand data visualizations and develop novel ways to share data analysis and findings with others
Analyze data from survey and expert evaluations, and identify and share insights with cross-functional teams and partners
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