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Sr. Segment Research Manager, Devices

Sr. Segment Research Manager, Devices

Job ID 
547934
Location 
US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 
10/4/2017
Company 
Amazon Corporate LLC
Position Category 
Marketing & PR
Recruiting Team 
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Job Description

Do you want to help redefine the market research discipline at Amazon? Do you get energized seeing your insights transformed into solutions that benefit customers? The Amazon Device Insights team is looking for an individual with big ideas, a passion for solving unique problems, and a strong market research background to help us drive world class market research for the Devices Business. This role requires a diverse research skill set with strong analytical know-how, outstanding business acumen, the ability to build consensus quickly and a bias for action.

Responsibilities Include:
- Being able to juggle being a thought leader on research and analysis with a need to be nimble and practical
- Applying sound research and business logic to match research questions with the most appropriate methodology and techniques, including both qualitative and quantitative methodologies
- Taking disparate data and connecting the dots into a meaningful narrative that is grounded in the customer point of view

Basic Qualifications

- A minimum of 5 years within the custom market research industry (designing, executing, analyzing, and drafting actionable recommendations from primary research)
- Experience conducting custom quantitative and qualitative research
- Experience running statistical modeling and analyses
- Experience using Excel, Word, and SPSS/SAS
- Bachelor’s degree or advanced degree in business, mathematics, or the sciences

Preferred Qualifications

- Experience in consumer electronics industry
- US and international work experience
- Master’s degree or higher
- Exceptional written and oral communication abilities

Amazon.com is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation