Wireless Technical Program Manager, Pixel
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- Bachelor's degree in Engineering or equivalent practical experience.
- 10 years of experience in hardware engineering and project management in consumer products through the entire life cycle with cross-functional teams.
- 5 years of experience in hardware electrical engineering systems, wireless, RF, Antenna related module engineering, or project management.
- Experience in consumer electronics, phones, systems, wireless/RF, and antenna hardware development.
- Experience in industry, product development, project management, or engineering management.
- Knowledge of EE systems, wireless/RF hardware development, manufacturing processes, and collaboration with Contract Manufacturers (CM).
- Ability to be a team player, creative thinker, and lead the collaboration among technical teams, cross-functional groups, and vendors in accordance with plans.
- Excellent verbal, written communication, organizational execution, and leadership skills.
About the job
Google's projects, like our users, span the globe and require managers to keep the big picture in focus while being able to dive into the unique engineering challenges we face daily. As a Technical Program Manager at Google, you lead complex, multi-disciplinary engineering projects using your engineering expertise. You plan requirements with internal customers and usher projects through the entire project lifecycle. This includes managing project schedules, identifying risks and clearly communicating them to project stakeholders. You're equally at home explaining your team's analyses and recommendations to executives as you are discussing the technical trade-offs in product development with engineers.
Using your extensive technical and leadership expertise, you manage projects of various size and scope, identifying future opportunities, improving processes and driving the technical directions of your programs.
The Google Pixel team focuses on designing and delivering the world's most helpful mobile experience. The team works on shaping the future of Pixel devices and services through some of the most advanced designs, techniques, products, and experiences in consumer electronics. This includes bringing together the best of Google’s artificial intelligence, software, and hardware to build global smartphones and create transformative experiences for users across the world.
- Lead complex Pixel wireless/RF hardware projects from product definition stage till design lock for mass production with cross-functional teams. Partner with RF/Antenna/Desense leadership to streamline team effectiveness.
- Drive Wireless execution and schedule from concept to launch, and provide executive status on RF/Wireless/De-sense issues with risk registers.
- Pull together Ad-Hoc management requests (daily standup, budgeting) and provide structure for new New Technology Introduction (NTI) initiatives for wireless technologies. Track wireless performance metrics and support competitive analysis.
- Interface with internal teams supporting wireless team needs, performance, and lead teams on critical wireless related launch gating issues.
- Plan carrier sample preparation with global Compliance, Carrier, Field teams, and communicate project status to stakeholders with leadership demonstrated.
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