Policy Manager, Google Play

Google - Mountain View, CA4.3

Full-timeEstimated: $75,000 - $100,000 a year
Minimum qualifications:
Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.

8 years of experience in Operations, Technical Program Management, Policy or Trust & Safety.

Experience with mobile ecosystems.

Preferred qualifications:
Experience working in a fast-paced and constantly evolving environment.

Experience or demonstrated interest in privacy-related policy and product initiatives.

Understanding of Google Play’s permission structure and general handling of user data.

Ability to use data to drive strategy and business action.

Ability to build relationships with cross-functional partners at all levels.

Outstanding influencing and communication skills.
About the job
The Google Play Policy team within Android develops and provides business-critical content policies and helps the developer community and digital content catalog of Google Play. We are focused on protecting and improving store quality, supporting Google Play partners and aligning with the broader Google content policy globally.

As a Policy Manager, you will be responsible for delivering high-quality policy evaluations and guidance related to privacy in areas such as data deletion, retention and access controls. You are comfortable delivering decisions and recommendations under tight time pressure, often with senior executives with competing viewpoints.
Google Play offers music, movies, books, apps and games for your devices, powered by the cloud. It’s a Google approach to entertainment, syncing magically across your devices and on the web. As part of the Android and Mobile team, Googlers working on Google Play do everything from engineering our backend systems, to shaping the product strategy, to forming great content partnerships. They make it possible for people to do things like buy an ebook or song on their Android phone, then have it instantly available on their laptop. The Google Play team helps strengthen the overall Android ecosystem by giving developers and partners a premium store where they can reach millions of users. Responsibilities

Facilitate privacy by design in policy development, working with Product, Legal, Trust & Safety, Security, Engineering and Operations.

Oversee management of policy operationalization, both for internal and external stakeholders.

Build relationships with stakeholders and help implement solutions to urgent policy issues.
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