Software Engineer, Privacy
Google - New York, NY

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You are a skilled software engineer who is interested in developing engineering solutions that support privacy in a globally distributed cloud computing environment. You are an expert at analyzing software designs and implementations in order to understand how data and transactions are collected, stored, processed, and shared. You like to address real world problems with engineering solutions that scale, and have the ability to work with many teams concurrently at a technical level. You're interested in the big picture and can distill guidance from users, policy-makers, lawyers and other non-engineers into concrete engineering principles.

Analyze software designs and implementations of existing and new Google services with a focus on data handling

Design, develop and operate scalable engineering solutions to advance data protection and privacy in cloud computing

Work with teams across the company to further advance data protection and the privacy of user data in the cloud

BS or MS in Computer Science. In lieu of degree, 4 years of experience

Interest in the privacy aspects of cloud computing

Experience designing and implementing distributed software systems, preferably in Java, C++, or Python

PhD in Computer Science

Interest in privacy research

5 years of experience designing and implementing distributed software systems, preferably in Java, C++, or Python

At Google, our users come first, and the Systems Infrastructure team is at the heart of that promise. We build the technologies that transform the way we think about doing business. Whether working on our cloud systems, researching the latest in computer technology or keeping Google's internal systems humming, Googlers and users alike rely on us to keep things running. We're back-end ninjas: protecting your privacy and ensuring your security.

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