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Principal Accessibility Product Manager, Devices & Services



21d ago

  • Job
    Senior & Expert Level
  • Product
  • $161.9K - $279.9K
  • Sunnyvale, +1

AI generated summary

  • You need 8+ years in product management, a Bachelor's degree, and experience in product delivery, tradeoffs, and roadmap strategy. Technical product management experience is a must, along with a preference for working with engineers on enhancements.
  • You will develop accessibility strategy, review product roadmaps, propose new features, collaborate with user research & engineering, and provide guidance to QA for Amazon's Devices & Services.


  • 8+ years of product or program management, product marketing, business development or technology experience
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Experience with feature delivery and tradeoffs of a product
  • Experience owning/driving roadmap strategy and definition
  • Experience with end to end product delivery
  • Experience contributing to engineering discussions around technology decisions and strategy related to a product
  • Experience technical product management
  • Experience working directly with Engineers on product enhancements
  • Experience in project management methodologies, business analysis, or process improvement


  • Developing our multi-year accessibility strategy, for serving customers with disabilities with our devices & services
  • Reviewing product roadmaps across Devices & Services, and drafting proposals for how to best address accessibility in those roadmaps
  • Drafting and presenting specific proposals for new accessibility features to leadership
  • Working with user research to better understand user needs and desires, and how well particular designs and approaches are accepted by customers
  • Working with accessibility engineering and prototyping to explore accessible user interaction models
  • Working with QA to provide guidance on issue priority


What are the key responsibilities of a Principal Accessibility Product Manager for Devices & Services?

The key responsibilities include driving accessibility initiatives for customers with disabilities, inventing new ways for customers to interact with devices and services, leading projects with engineering teams, problem-solving, working independently under time constraints, influencing internal and external stakeholders, managing cross functional programs, and prioritizing goals and timelines.

What skills and qualifications are required for this role?

The ideal candidate should have strong customer obsession, a track record of driving organization change, autonomy, drive, problem-solving abilities, customer focus, resourcefulness, team orientation, and the ability to work independently under time constraints. Additionally, strong communication and project management skills are essential.

How does the Principal Accessibility Product Manager collaborate with internal and external stakeholders?

The Principal Accessibility Product Manager works and influences internal and external stakeholders to drive accessibility initiatives for customers with disabilities. They collaborate with engineering teams, partner teams within Devices & Services, and other cross-functional teams to drive projects and prioritize goals and timelines.

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Amazon is guided by four principles: customer obsession rather than competitor focus, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking. We are driven by the excitement of building technologies, inventing products, and providing services that change lives. We embrace new ways of doing things, make decisions quickly, and are not afraid to fail. We have the scope and capabilities of a large company, and the spirit and heart of a small one. Together, Amazonians research and develop new technologies from Amazon Web Services to Alexa on behalf of our customers: shoppers, sellers, content creators, and developers around the world. Our mission is to be Earth's most customer-centric company. Our actions, goals, projects, programs, and inventions begin and end with the customer top of mind. You'll also hear us say that at Amazon, it's always "Day 1."​ What do we mean? That our approach remains the same as it was on Amazon's very first day - to make smart, fast decisions, stay nimble, invent, and focus on delighting our customers.