Operations and Supply Chain
3 open jobs
Manufacturing and delivering devices on a global scale
A new Amazon device begins as just an idea – an invention to serve our customers and delight them. As a device moves from concept all the way to production, the Operations and Supply Chain team scales the manufacturing and delivers to a global customer base.
The Operations and Supply Chain organization is critical to planning, supplier selection and coordination, manufacturability, logistics, and much more to ensure that our devices can be successfully manufactured and shipped consistently, efficiently, and in high quality to millions of customers. We support Amazon’s mission to be Earth’s most customer centric company by executing a scalable, cost-optimized supply chain to deliver devices.
In the Operations and Supply Chain organization, you will have the opportunity to partner closely with teams across hardware engineering, product management, sales and more to ensure successful fulfillment for product launches and ongoing support. As our product portfolio continues to grow, we scale our capabilities and drive continuous improvement for Amazon.
Our team is headquartered at Amazon Lab126 in Sunnyvale, with teams in China and Europe. We look for sharp minds in the following areas:
- Supplier Quality Management
- Product Quality Managers
- Quality Engineering Managers
- Materials Management
- Forward and Reverse Logistics Program Managers
- Data Engineers
- Operations Program Managers
- Supply Chain Managers
- Commodity Managers (Technical and Business)
- Planning Managers
- Advanced Manufacturing Engineering and NPI
- Manufacturing Test Engineering
- Prototype Lab Technicians
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Meet Rob, VP of Operations and Supply Chain
Rob shares his thoughts on the Operations team: "It's an awesome opportunity to put your fingerprints on the future of an organization."
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"The very coolest part of my job is getting to see new products go from initial concept — from sketches — all the way through launch."