Principal Technical Product Manager - eCF Business Analytics

Job ID: 886547 | Amazon Services LLC

DESCRIPTION

Amazon’s eCommerce Foundation (eCF) organization provides the core technologies that drive and power the Amazon website and the consumer experience. Millions of customer page views and orders per day are enabled by the systems eCF builds from the ground up.

Business Data Technologies (BDT), within eCF, enables business analytics and insights, providing data and data curation capabilities to thousands of internal and external customers worldwide. We are developing innovative products including the next-generation of data , data discovery engine, data transformation services, and more with state-of-the-art user experience. Join us in pioneering the future of big data processing and analytics solutions for one of largest and most complex data lakes.

We are seeking a talented industry leader who is passionate about developing high quality products on behalf of customers preferably within a large organization. You must possess a strong background in owning the end-to-end product and the ability to communicate and influence a range of stakeholders including senior management, business partners, software engineering, and customers. You must have a solid and proven track record of driving products from inception of idea to launch resulting in delivering high business value for customers.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

· 10+ years in management
· Master's degree in Computer Science and/or Business Administration
· Ability to deliver initiatives from conception through completion
· Ability to communicate effectively to senior management, peers and team members using both written and oral communications
· Industry experience with big data technologies
· Superb analytical and problem-solving skills
· Self-driven
· Agile development experience

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

· Experience leading big data technology development
· Experience with an e-commerce company
· 2+ years of work experience in customer data privacy management like GDPR