Program Manager, Supply Chain Procurement and Planning
- Bachelor's degree in business process management, operations, industrial/process engineering, a related technical field or equivalent practical experience.
- 5 years of experience in demand/supply planning, supply chain program management, and materials management (materials requirement planning).
- 5 years of experience in supply chain, materials, and inventory management.
- Experience with google sheets/spreadsheet software, SQL, and scripting.
- Experience in forecasting, planning, and supply chain and implementing process improvements.
- Experience interacting with diverse technical and non-technical groups, spanning all organizational levels.
- Experience in project/program management.
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 Program Manager at Google, you’ll lead complex, multi-disciplinary projects from start to finish — working with stakeholders to plan requirements, manage project schedules, identify risks, and communicate clearly with cross-functional partners across the company. Your projects will often span offices, time zones, and hemispheres. It's your job to coordinate the players and keep them up to date on progress and deadlines.
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.
Google’s Technical Infrastructure (TI) organization builds, operates, and maintains the infrastructure that makes Google possible. This covers everything from data centers and global networks to the hardware and software running on them. At the core of TI is the Global Capacity Delivery (GCD) organization that delivers the compute capability that powers Google and the Google Cloud Platform.
Google is an engineering company at heart. We hire people with a broad set of technical skills who are ready to take on some of technology's greatest challenges and make an impact on users around the world. At Google, engineers not only revolutionize search, they routinely work on scalability and storage solutions, large-scale applications and entirely new platforms for developers around the world. From Google Ads to Chrome, Android to YouTube, social to local, Google engineers are changing the world one technological achievement after another.
- Manage and execute processes for timely, cost effective procurement while working closely with suppliers/partners and internal cross-functional teams.
- Conceptualize and build capabilities on spend analytics, leveraging advanced data analytics skills to drive executive alignment and operational efficiency.
- Drive cost productivity improvements through price negotiations, secondary sourcing, and procurement process improvements.
- Source and escalate activities with our suppliers and OEMs for price, lead-time or shortage issues.
- Ensure continuous improvement in material delivery metrics, past due orders, shortage management, invoicing, and supplier management.
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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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