Product Specialist, Android Privacy Sandbox
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- Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.
- 6 years of experience in an external-facing partnerships role or similar client-facing role, involving technical product integration and solution design.
- Experience with mobile app product strategy, business models, and advertising technologies.
- Experience working with product teams to launch technical partner integrations.
- Experience managing collaborative partner relationships.
- Experience working with highly technical teams.
- Ability to work in fluid and dynamic environments.
- Excellent strategic communication skills, with the ability to synthesize complex technical concepts for both technical and non-technical audiences.
About the job
The Privacy Sandbox Partnerships team works with web and mobile ad tech companies, platforms, publishers, marketers, infrastructure providers, anti-fraud services, and other integrators to accelerate participation in the Privacy Sandbox initiative, which aims to introduce new privacy-forward technologies and mitigate cross-site and cross-app user tracking.
As a Product Specialist, you will interface between Product Managers, early industry adopters, and partner managers. You will work with Product Managers to develop the strategy and collateral to support early adopters through technical integration, real-world validation, and insights.
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- Lead early-stage feedback and testing programs for new private advertising technologies, with a focus on the Privacy Sandbox proposals on Android.
- Develop a deep understanding of how industry use cases are accomplished today, and how companies can incorporate the Privacy Sandbox technologies for a privacy-forward approach.
- Join and lead external engagements to help companies build integration plans, addressing questions and capturing feedback.
- Equip the Global Partnerships team to support a larger set of stakeholders who are interested in using the Privacy Sandbox technologies or providing feedback.
- Support major announcements and milestones in the Privacy Sandbox roadmap by coordinating with cross-functional teams and developing external communications resources.
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