Technical Program Manager, Information Technology
Google will be prioritizing applicants who have a current right to work in Singapore, and do not require Google's sponsorship of a visa.
- 5 years of experience managing projects in a data center environment.
- 5 years of experience in telecommunications, low-voltage, fiber-optics, or critical systems construction management.
- Knowledge of large-scale facility electrical and mechanical systems.
- Knowledge of building products, construction details and relevant regulations, and quality standards.
- Knowledge of telecommunications and security technical design, construction management, processes, means and methods.
- Ability to lead internal and external cross-functional and partner teams to develop scope, project plan, budgets, and schedules.
- Excellent requirement gathering, resource organization, task prioritization, scheduling, and goal attainment skills.
About the job
A problem isn’t truly solved until it’s solved for all. That’s why Googlers build products that help create opportunities for everyone, whether down the street or across the globe. As a Technical Program Manager at Google, you’ll use your technical expertise to lead complex, multi-disciplinary projects from start to finish. You’ll work with stakeholders to plan requirements, identify risks, manage project schedules, and communicate clearly with cross-functional partners across the company. You're equally comfortable explaining your team's analyses and recommendations to executives as you are discussing the technical tradeoffs in product development with engineers.
Our goal is to build a Google that looks like the world around us — and we want Googlers to stay and grow when they join us. As part of our efforts to build a Google for everyone, we build diversity, equity, and inclusion into our work and we aim to cultivate a sense of belonging throughout the company.
As a part of the Data Center Services (DCS) team, you will work closely and support the regional Data Center Network Infrastructure Construction (DC-NICon) lead.
Behind everything our users see online is the architecture built by the Technical Infrastructure team to keep it running. From developing and maintaining our data centers to building the next generation of Google platforms, we make Google's product portfolio possible. We're proud to be our engineers' engineers and love voiding warranties by taking things apart so we can rebuild them. We keep our networks up and running, ensuring our users have the best and fastest experience possible.
- Provide in-region technical and constructability guidance to site DCS teams and cross-functional teams for new campuses or builds or programs.
- Review project costs and metrics to ensure adherence to fleet productivity and cost norms.
- Gather internal requirements and deliver solutions that satisfy customers needs while concurrently partnering internal and external teams.
- Resolve critical issues within matrix organization while maintaining adherence to project timelines and costs.
- Support the APAC DC-NICon regional lead. Travel to data center sites in order to develop/maintain relationships with facility managers and operations leaders in-region and coordinate with external partners.
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At Google, we’re committed to building a workforce that is more representative of the users we serve and creating a culture where everyone feels like they belong. To learn more about our diversity, equity, inclusion commitments and how we’re building belonging, please visit our Belonging page for more information.
We welcome and encourage people who are expecting and/or parents-to-be to apply to this or any other role at Google.
Google is a global company and, in order to facilitate efficient collaboration and communication globally, English proficiency is a requirement for all roles.
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