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Google's line of products and services to clients never stops growing. As a Strategic Partner Analyst, you help build and maintain strategic relationships with many of our top partners. You lead analyses and communicate final recommendations, relentlessly advocating Google's user, product and program interests in conversations with our key partners.
Strategy Operations is responsible for driving and overseeing analyses that lead to better decision-making within this strategic area. Your recommendations will influence fundamental changes in how we design our product and services roadmap, which customers we choose to build and deploy the fiber to the home network as well as what areas and cities are considered for future build.
At Access, our mission is to create abundant internet on networks that are always fast and always open. Google Fiber provides superfast Internet to homes across the U.S. We want to bring Google Fiber to customers even faster, so we’re focused on making deployment more efficient and less intrusive.
Oversee creation and iteration of financial/business models supporting development of a product and services roadmap.
Contribute to specific research efforts and deliver consumer insights to drive roadmap.
Evaluate content opportunities and support operational readiness activities.
Provide operational and analytical support of product and services strategy.
Contribute to strategic planning with cross-functional partners and senior leadership.
Bachelor's degree in a quantitative field or equivalent practical experience.
Experience in leading projects/programs.
Experience with business analysis modeling.
Experience partnering with C-level business leaders.
MBA or Master's degree in a quantitative field.
7 years of experience in the telecom or media industry.
Experience navigating a large, multinational organization.
Experience leading cross-functional teams and prioritizing multiple activities.
Demonstrated effective performance in prior roles with increasing levels of responsibility.
Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills, combined with effective business acumen.
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