Group Product Manager, Google Cloud Security
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.
- 12 years of experience in product management.
- Experience creating product roadmaps from conception to launch, driving the product goals, defining go-to-market strategy, and leading design discussions.
- Experience working with cross-functional teams (e.g., Product Engineering, UX/UI, Program management).
- MBA or Master’s degree.
- Experience in Identity, Access management, Security and/or privacy.
- Experience with enterprise products, infrastructure or systems.
- Experience with enterprise, cloud, and cybersecurity product areas.
- Knowledge of multiple functional areas (e.g., UX, Customer Support, Marketing).
- Knowledge of cloud ecosystems and markets.
About the job
At Google, we put our users first. The world is always changing, so we need Product Managers who are continuously adapting and excited to work on products that affect millions of people every day.
In this role, you will work cross-functionally to guide products from conception to launch by connecting the technical and business worlds. You can break down complex problems into steps that drive product development.
One of the many reasons Google consistently brings innovative, world-changing products to market is because of the collaborative work we do in Product Management. Our team works closely with creative engineers, designers, marketers, etc. to help design and develop technologies that improve access to the world's information. We're responsible for guiding products throughout the execution cycle, focusing specifically on analyzing, positioning, packaging, promoting, and tailoring our solutions to our users.
As a Group Product Manager with Google Cloud Security, you will be responsible for leading and managing a team of high-performing product managers by partnering closely with the cross-functional teams. You will define and deliver a compelling roadmap for the next phase of cloud security offerings and lead through the execution cycle. Additionally, you will develop product solutions, strategy and goals to execute on the market potential and benefits possible from applying Google security to the enterprise market.
Google aims to build products that organize the world's information and make it universally accessible to our users. As a Product Manager at Google, you could be working on new technologies, platforms, consumer facing products, and/or enterprise systems. The end goal will be to match you with the team that best aligns with your interests, experience, and where you will have the most impact.
- Generate insights from formative research, market gaps to find out product requirements in the Identity, Access Management, and Operational Support system (OSS) space.
- Be self-driven and understand complex technologies and customer use cases to find out insights for driving customer experience with Google cloud products.
- Advocate customer needs and pain points in the hybrid cloud space to influence technical priorities and business strategy.
- Be responsible for setting up and trying out enterprise cloud and security products, to better understand and find out areas of opportunity. Set short- term and long-term strategies for the Google Cloud Security product team.
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