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Product Manager, Amazon Grocery Logistics

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Amazon

6d ago

  • Job
    Full-time
    Mid Level
  • Product
  • $104.7K - $179.6K
  • Seattle

AI generated summary

  • You need 3+ years of product management or technology experience, a Bachelor's degree, ability to drive roadmap strategy, deliver end-to-end products, make tradeoffs, and work with senior leadership and cross-functional teams.
  • You will lead the product strategy, testing, and launch of new features for Amazon's grocery logistics, working with stakeholders to align business priorities and operational capabilities. Attend weekly/monthly meetings and implement process improvements based on post-mortems.

Requirements

  • 3+ years of product or program management, product marketing, business development or technology experience
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent
  • Experience owning/driving roadmap strategy and definition
  • Experience with end to end product delivery
  • Experience with feature delivery and tradeoffs of a product
  • Experience as a product manager or owner
  • Experience owning technology products
  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • Experience in influencing senior leadership through data driven insights
  • Experience working across functional teams and senior stakeholder

Responsibilities

  • Work on product strategy, business requirements and testings plans for new features
  • Lead the testing, launch process and after launch ramp up of the service to meet goals
  • Responsible to identify gaps and pain points from supply chain teams and turn them into feature requests during OP1 planning cycle
  • Ensure that business priorities, tech capabilities and operational capabilities (technology, resources, building readiness) are aligned
  • Collaborate with stakeholders across the organization to track deliverables and orchestrate weekly/monthly stakeholder meetings
  • Improve processes by presenting post-mortems to stakeholders and implement lessons learned

FAQs

What are the key responsibilities of the Product Manager, Amazon Grocery Logistics?

The key responsibilities include working on product strategy, business requirements, and testing plans for new features, leading the testing and launch process of the service, identifying gaps and pain points from supply chain teams, aligning business priorities and tech capabilities, collaborating with stakeholders, and improving processes through post-mortems.

What are the basic qualifications required for the Product Manager position?

The basic qualifications include having 3+ years of product or program management experience, a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, experience owning and driving roadmap strategy, experience with end-to-end product delivery, experience with feature delivery and tradeoffs of a product, and experience as a product manager or owner.

What are the preferred qualifications for the Product Manager, Amazon Grocery Logistics role?

The preferred qualifications include experience in influencing senior leadership through data-driven insights and working across functional teams and senior stakeholders.

Retail & Consumer Goods
Industry
10,001+
Employees
1994
Founded Year

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