program manager in mountain view

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US$ 43.84 per hour
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location
mountain view, california
job category
Information Technology
job type
contract
salary
US$ 43.84 per hour
reference number
632145
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job description

job summary:

Program Manager

The team: Experience Studio

We're a team of designers, producers, engineers, and business thinkers whose mission is to inspire Google?s customers and partners through the creation of interactive spaces and exhibits. Our job is to design and deliver engaging physical experiences that tell Google?s story, make Google?s magic more apparent, and communicate Google?s unique ability to grow customers? businesses into the digital age and shepherd their brands into the future.

The role: Program Manager

As a program manager, you will work closely with the business strategists, designers and engineers to optimize the efficiency of our team. You will manage communications, drive the adoption of internal standards and processes, establish and track operational metrics and identify opportunities to further optimize and scale operations. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, action-oriented, comfortable with ambiguity, and enjoy creating their own processes.

This is a temporary position for one year, with the possibility of one year extension. The position will be based at Google?s offices in Mountain View.

 
location: Mountain View, California
job type: Contract
salary: $43.84 - 51.14 per hour
work hours: 9 to 6
education: Bachelors
 
responsibilities:

Responsibilities (Studio-focus)

  • Manage internal and external communications including internal mailing lists, team newsletter and team website
  • Lead team meetings by preparing meeting agendas, taking notes, assigning action items, sending out minutes and following up on the execution of action items.
  • Work with the team to establish and prioritize quarterly Objectives and Key Results (OKRs - performance metrics); lead regular review sessions to track progress and reprioritize/adjust as needed
  • Identify opportunities to standardize and optimize operations across spaces, interactives, engineering and operations teams; develop new processes and drive their adoption

Responsibilities (Exhibit-focus)

  • Manage all non-technical aspects of interactive installation and updates in Experience Centers, especially coordination between local center staff, local Real-Estate and Facilities teams, Experience Studio staff, and vendors.
  • Prepare scope documents, schedules, and other communication as needed to identify roles and responsibilities during the installations, and oversee the execution of these plans onsite.
  • Ensure that only exhibits that have gone through the technical and design processes and meet the standards established by the Experience Studio EDLs and Technical Integrators are installed in centers.
  • Connect with center operations staff regularly to understand how operational tools and exhibits are currently used, and identify new opportunities for features, tools, and interactives.
  • Identify opportunities to standardize and optimize operations across spaces, interactives, engineering and operations teams; develop new processes and drive their adoption.
 
qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree with 1-2 years professional project management experience in at least one of the following disciplines: theater (stage management or technical direction), museum exhibit design, interactive software, architecture and construction, event coordination, office management, and/or product or project management.
  • Or Master?s Degree in theater, arts management, architecture, design, entertainment technology, or business administration
 
skills: Minimum qualifications

  • Excellent communication abilities across business, creative, and technical disciplines
  • Fluency using Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Drive

Preferred qualifications

  • Visual art/design and written communication skills
  • Experience coordinating complex logistics and/or operational systems across multiple, highly interdependent divisions of work
  • Experience with a broad range of Google products and technologies

Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

Qualified applicants in San Francisco with criminal histories will be considered for employment in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

We will consider for employment all qualified Applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles' Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.

skills

Minimum qualifications

  • Excellent communication abilities across business, creative, and technical disciplines
  • Fluency using Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Drive

Preferred qualifications

  • Visual art/design and written communication skills
  • Experience coordinating complex logistics and/or operational systems across multiple, highly interdependent divisions of work
  • Experience with a broad range of Google products and technologies

qualification

  • Bachelor's degree with 1-2 years professional project management experience in at least one of the following disciplines: theater (stage management or technical direction), museum exhibit design, interactive software, architecture and construction, event coordination, office management, and/or product or project management.
  • Or Master?s Degree in theater, arts management, architecture, design, entertainment technology, or business administration

responsibilities


Responsibilities (Studio-focus)

  • Manage internal and external communications including internal mailing lists, team newsletter and team website
  • Lead team meetings by preparing meeting agendas, taking notes, assigning action items, sending out minutes and following up on the execution of action items.
  • Work with the team to establish and prioritize quarterly Objectives and Key Results (OKRs - performance metrics); lead regular review sessions to track progress and reprioritize/adjust as needed
  • Identify opportunities to standardize and optimize operations across spaces, interactives, engineering and operations teams; develop new processes and drive their adoption

Responsibilities (Exhibit-focus)

  • Manage all non-technical aspects of interactive installation and updates in Experience Centers, especially coordination between local center staff, local Real-Estate and Facilities teams, Experience Studio staff, and vendors.
  • Prepare scope documents, schedules, and other communication as needed to identify roles and responsibilities during the installations, and oversee the execution of these plans onsite.
  • Ensure that only exhibits that have gone through the technical and design processes and meet the standards established by the Experience Studio EDLs and Technical Integrators are installed in centers.
  • Connect with center operations staff regularly to understand how operational tools and exhibits are currently used, and identify new opportunities for features, tools, and interactives.
  • Identify opportunities to standardize and optimize operations across spaces, interactives, engineering and operations teams; develop new processes and drive their adoption.

 

educational requirements

Bachelors