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7 years of experience in communications, including both internal communications and executive communications.
- Experience with user privacy, safety, and data protection.
About the job
7 years of experience influencing and developing strategies for aligning a matrixed organization to a consistent privacy strategy and solutions.
- Experience with compliance policy frameworks.
- Ability to navigate privacy questions from technology or organizational issues to user-facing questions, and have the ability to work in a cross-disciplinary manner with engineering, product, and legal teams.
- Excellent executive presence, with solid project management skills and ability to work with a diverse set of stakeholders.
In this role, you will solve complex problems, working across Google Product Areas to remove the ambiguity and drive clarity to get things done at scale. Privacy Engineers in the Privacy Engagement function are the connecting tissue between product areas and the Privacy and Data Protection Office (PDPO). In this role, you will work on solving company-level privacy challenges and collaborate with Privacy Officers and Privacy Leads. You will help shape how we come together as a company to continue to earn and maintain customer trust.
- Own Privacy initiatives and develop relationships with Privacy Officers across the company.
- Review product area strategy, process, tooling, and data handling to understand and advice on upcoming privacy initiatives
- Create guidance for engineering teams during product development to ensure that their data collection and usage practices are transparent, protect privacy, and mitigate risk; play a critical role in Google’s product design process and launch cycle.
- Understand the unique privacy challenges and needs of the organization, and deliver privacy optimized solutions.
- Work with a wide variety of stakeholders throughout the company and bridge the world between privacy, policy, and technical system implementation as a translator for product, engineering, and legal teams.
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