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Policy Enforcement Manager (Child Safety), YouTube

Google, Inc. - San Bruno, CA

Policy Enforcement Manager (Child Safety), YouTube

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San Bruno

California

Fast-paced, dynamic and proactive, YouTube Trust and Safety is dedicated to ensuring that YouTube is a place for users, viewers, and creators around the world to belong, create, and express themselves. Whether understanding and solving their online content concerns, navigating within global legal frameworks, or writing and enforcing worldwide policy, the Trust & Safety team is on the frontlines of enhancing the YouTube experience, building internet safety, and protecting free speech in our ever-evolving digital world.

As a Policy Enforcement Manager for Child Safety, you are responsible for ensuring that we improve our understanding of trends and risks to child safety on the site. That includes understanding how dangerous individuals operate on the Internet to help us in the enforcement ideally prevent or remove that content as fast as possible. You help implement and enforce our policies across millions of videos. You define the operational plan and you implement it, globally, working with stakeholders in Engineering, Vendor Operations, Analytics, Policy and Legal.

YouTube has grown into a community used by over 1 billion people across the globe to access information, share video, and shape culture. The YouTube team helps budding creators build careers, creates products like YouTube Kids, YouTube Music, and YouTube Gaming, and engages communities around shared passions and global conversations. Together, we empower the world to create, broadcast, and share.

Responsibilities

Research and stay up to date on key trends and operating patterns creating a threat.

Analyze, identify, prioritize, and deliver strategies to reduce potentially harmful content.

Implement strategies on the YouTube platform, working with cross-functional partners (Policy, Partner with Policy, Engineering, Vendor Operations, and Analytics).

Track and monitor performance towards key metrics, deliver and implement improvement strategies.

Handle escalations with fast turnaround team to define define the best plan and implement fast. Provide timely updates to executives.

Qualifications

Minimum qualifications:

4 years of experience in a child safety capacity in an internet environment (law enforcement, security organizations, governmental agencies).

Experience implementing strategies to protect children.

Experience working with programming platforms and SQL.

Preferred qualifications:

Experience reviewing content and working on content policy and anti-abuse strategies.

Expertise in emergent computer, telecommunications, biometric and/or geospatial technologies.

Effective business judgment influencing and communication skills, with the ability to build relationships with cross-functional partners, across geographies.

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Policy Enforcement Manager (Child Safety), YouTube Google, Inc. - San Bruno, CA, United States

   

Location: San Bruno, CA

Company Profile:
Google Inc., a technology company, builds products and provides services to organize the information. The company offers Google Search, which provides information online; Knowledge Graph that allows to search for things, people, or places, as well as builds systems that recognize speech and understand natural language; Google Now, which provides information to users when they need it; and Product Listing Ads that offer product image, price, and merchant information. It also provides AdWords, an auction-based advertising program; AdSense, which enables Websites that are part of the Google Network to deliver ads; Google Display, a display advertising network; DoubleClick Ad Exchange, a marketplace for the trading display ad space; and YouTube that offers video, interactive, and other ad formats. In addition, the company offers Android, an open source mobile software platform; hardware products, including Chromebook, Chrome, Chromecast, and Nexus devices; Google+ to share things online with people; Google Play, a cloud-based digital entertainment store for apps, music, books, and movies; Google Drive, a place for users to create, share, collaborate, and keep their stuff; and Google Wallet, a virtual wallet for in-store contactless payments. Further, it provides Google Apps, which include Gmail, Calendar, and Google Sites that are built for people to work anywhere, anytime, on any device without loss of security or control; Google Maps Application Programming Interface; and Google Earth Enterprise, a software solution for imagery and data visualization. Additionally, the company offers Google App Engine, a platform as a service offering; Google Cloud Storage; Google BigQuery for real time analytics; Google Cloud SQL for structured query language; and Google Compute Engine, an infrastructure as a service platform. It also offers mobile wireless devices, and related products and services. Google Inc. was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.