Engineering Manager, Google Cloud Platform
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, related technical field or equivalent practical experience.
- Experience leading software engineering teams (e.g., mentoring junior engineers, setting technical direction, etc.).
- Experience with the design of systems and software development.
- Experience with Unix/Linux.
- Master's degree or PhD in Computer Science.
- Experience managing small to medium-sized teams of software engineers on large-scale, cloud-based, and open source projects.
- Experience working towards strategic goals in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
- Knowledge of design, data structures, and algorithms.
- Knowledge of private and public Google Cloud design considerations and limitations in the areas of: virtualization, global infrastructure, distributed systems, load balancing, networking, massive data storage, Hadoop, MapReduce, and security with any technical paper publications and conference engagements.
- Effective analytical and debugging skills with customer-facing products and excellent organization, prioritization, and communication skills.
About the job
Like Google's own ambitions, the work of a Software Engineer (SWE) goes way beyond just Search. SWE Managers have not only the technical expertise to take on and provide technical leadership to major projects, but also manage a team of engineers. You not only optimize your own code but make sure engineers are able to optimize theirs. As a SWE Manager you manage your project goals, contribute to product strategy and help develop your team. SWE teams work all across the company, in areas such as information retrieval, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, distributed computing, large-scale system design, networking, security, data compression, user interface design; the list goes on and is growing every day. Operating with scale and speed, our exceptional software engineers are just getting started -- and as a manager, you guide the way.
You will lead your team to shape and deliver Google products, including the software platform running and managing Google Data Centers, Google Compute Engine, Kubernetes, Google Cloud Functions, and many more. You will not only optimize your own code but make sure engineers are able to optimize theirs.
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.
- Manage a software engineering team that builds, designs, implements, and maintains front-ends and back-ends for Google’s PaaS/IaaS products and related services.
- Manage robust and scalable systems in order to get ahead of the exponential demand.
- Set goals, strategies, budgets, and oversee deployment of large-scale projects across multiple sites.
- Consult and establish best engineering practices through solid design decisions, processes, and tools.
- Provide leadership for Google Cloud developer technology inside Google and manage collaboration with cross-functional engineering teams to streamline and improve adoption of Google Cloud Platform.
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