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Sr. Product Manager - FO, Network Flow Planning

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Amazon

21d ago

  • Job
    Full-time
    Senior Level
  • Product
  • $124.5K - $206K
  • Austin, +1

AI generated summary

  • You must have a Bachelor's degree or equivalent. Preferred qualifications include experience with analytical tools like Tableau and QuickSight, as well as building and driving adoption of new tools.
  • You will lead product development for network flow planning at Amazon, analyzing data, setting vision, and communicating with teams to optimize outbound transportation operations.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent
  • PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Experience in using analytical tools, such as Tableau, QuickSight
  • Experience in building and driving adoption of new tools

Responsibilities

  • Work in a new suite of products that will define the Plan of Record that our fulfillment systems will operate against. Yes, we will determine how many packages we will move from point A to point B in our world-class outbound transportation network.
  • Monitor impact of global supply chain and transportation performance on customer experience
  • Develop and apply sophisticated quantitative analysis to produce actionable insights
  • Work closely with business intelligence teams to build scalable data architectures
  • Establish and own vision for products and manage feature backlogs for functional areas
  • Exercise judgment prioritizing between competing initiatives
  • Provide clear direction and relevant communication to data science, engineering, and senior leader stakeholders regarding business performance and project status

FAQs

What is the main responsibility of a Sr. Product Manager - FO, Network Flow Planning?

The main responsibility of this role is to identify opportunities to improve transportation, operations, and delivery technologies within Amazon and subsidiary networks, and drive initiatives to capitalize on these opportunities.

Who will the Sr. Product Manager - FO, Network Flow Planning work with?

The Sr. Product Manager will work with research scientists, engineers, business stakeholders, and peers to design, develop, test, and deploy technology that supports the evolving and growing network.

What skills are necessary for a successful candidate in this role?

A successful candidate should have an established background in operations and transportation, product management with strong technical ability, project management skills, great communication skills, and a motivation to achieve results in a fast-paced environment.

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

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