Internal Communications Manager, Google AI
Note: By applying to this position your application is automatically submitted to the following locations: Mountain View, CA, USA; San Francisco, CA, USA
As a member of the Executive Communications team, you will be part of a small team which produces employee communications and events for Google executives. You will work with members of your internal client team on communications initiatives, projects and programs. You will support the work of the team to create strategic communications campaigns, come up with innovative ways to engage employees that are in tune with Google's culture, write communications, business update presentations and talking points. You will also collaborate with internal partners as needed across functions (PR, Policy, Legal, HR, Operations, etc.) and geographies.
As an advisor to some of the top researchers in the world, you’ll have the ability to learn about complex technical topics quickly, such as various machine learning methods, and everything from genomics to creative AI to quantum computing. You’ll work closely with our research teams and build a set of internal communications materials and processes in order to demonstrate our research leadership, diversity and open source efforts.
It's our job to help inform and educate users, advertisers, partners, opinion leaders--and our own employees--about the benefits of Google's products, our distinctive company culture/values, and our approach to the big public policy issues of the day. We are looking for quick-witted, entrepreneurial and intellectually curious people to join the team. To succeed here, you'll need to be able to combine creativity with the organizational skills to manage numerous different projects to tight deadlines simultaneously, as well as enjoy pitching to all kinds of journalists, bloggers and commentators (we find it hard too!), or producing internal communications and events for our employees. Things happen quickly at Google and to get stuff done here you need to be an enthusiastic team player - a self-starter who can work cross-functionally and isn't frightened to take risks or try out new ways of doing things.
Build communications programs supporting growth in diversity and inclusion.
Encourage collaboration across teams, and encourage the development of people and ideas. Work closely with our research teams to align on goals and help them drive towards success.
Develop and maintain close, productive relationships with executives and team leads across the research organization.
Collaborate with internal partners across functions (Comms, Policy, Legal, HR, Operations, etc.) and geographies.
Measure and report on our research and internal communications impact.
BA/BS degree or equivalent practical experience.
5 years of experience in communications.
Familiarity with and ability to quickly learn about various areas of computer science and related research.
Ability to focus, prioritize workload, and manage competing priorities in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to work with a wide range of personalities and stakeholders, and to firmly guide individuals and teams into alignment.
Strong, clear writing style.
Creativity in coming up with new, appealing communications programs to motivate teams and increase morale and cohesion.
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