Technical Program Manager

US-WA-Seattle
3 months ago
Job ID
562551
Amazon Corporate LLC
Position Category
Project/Program/Product Management--Technical

Job Description

The Echo Look team is looking for a highly motivated, creative and passionate Technical Program Manager to come work on a greenfield, gen-1 product!

First with Kindle, and then again with Fire TV and Echo, Amazon has proven their ability to innovate by integrating hardware, software, and content into seamless and easy-to-use services for customers. If you’re eager to build a product customers will love and use every day, we’re forming a team that thrives in a start-up like environment where flexibility, teamwork, and delivering rock-solid, customer focused solutions on short timelines is paramount.

You are highly collaborative, with a proven track record for working closely with teams to influence outcomes and propose well-informed new directions. You think big, and earn trust through regular and precise communication. You have strong analytical skills and a relentless determination to do what is right for customers. You can work with minimal direction and are capable of working quickly while delivering high-quality outputs. You are good at multi-tasking, juggling competing priorities, and organizing yourself.

Join our team and help us launch something new that will truly surprise and delight our customers.

Basic Qualifications

3+ years of applicable program management, project management
Demonstrable experience developing and implementing process improvements.
Proven experience leading cross-organizational programs and ability to set and hold teams and individuals to timelines and deliverables without explicit authority.
Bachelor’s Degree

Preferred Qualifications

PMP certification or other formal project management experience.
Master’s degree.
Strong technical skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Confident managing information through various interfaces including SharePoint, MS Project and wiki pages.
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