Senior Finance Manager - Corporate Development

US-WA-Seattle
1 month ago
Job ID
528975
Amazon Corporate LLC
Position Category
Finance & Accounting

Job Description

Amazon.com seeks a Senior Finance Manager to partner with the company’s Corporate Development organization and other senior business leaders. The person in this high visibility role will be responsible for evaluating a wide range of business opportunities, including M&A, investments, and other strategic options. In addition, the person in this position will assist in leading due diligence efforts and conduct extensive research on industries, potential partners, and competitors and communicate findings and recommendations to senior management and executive team. This position plays a key, active role on a small team that drives corporate transactions across Amazon. This person will own the financial analyses that guide decision-making among senior business leaders and Corporate / Business Development teams. Many assignments will be highly ambiguous and require an independent, intellectually curious individual who can frame situations through multiple lenses including the end-customer, business owner, and corporate finance professional. In addition, this position will lead a small team of Finance professionals aligned around the same objectives.

Basic Qualifications

- 8+ years of corporate development, private equity, investment banking, or other transaction-related / due diligence experience
- BA / BS degree required

Preferred Qualifications

- 10+ years of corporate development, private equity, investment banking, or management consulting experience with a focus on the Technology sector
- MBA from a highly regarded university
- High proficiency with valuation modeling and techniques
- Strong analytical skills
- Fluency with Excel and Capital IQ
- Excellent business judgment
- Persuasive oral/written communication skills
- Demonstrated track record of successfully building and managing high performance teams
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