Product Manager, Amazon

Tech, Amazon Robotics Product Launch

Salary not provided
Mid and Senior level
Boston
Amazon

The largest online retailer and technology provider

Job no longer available

Amazon

The largest online retailer and technology provider

1001+ employees

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Job no longer available

Salary not provided
Mid and Senior level
Boston

1001+ employees

B2CB2BMarketplaceCloud ComputingeCommerce

Company mission

Amazon aims to be Earth’s most customer centric company. Their mission is to continually raise the bar of the customer experience by using the internet and technology to help consumers find, discover and buy anything, and empower businesses and content creators to maximise their success.

Company mission

Amazon aims to be Earth’s most customer centric company. Their mission is to continually raise the bar of the customer experience by using the internet and technology to help consumers find, discover and buy anything, and empower businesses and content creators to maximise their success.

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16% employee growth in 12 months

Otta's take

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Xav Kearney

CTO of Otta

Amazon is the world's largest online retailer, and is well-known for its disruption of well-established industries. The company is present in numerous verticals, including cloud computing with Amazon Web Services, AI with its range of Alexa devices and a global marketplace more commonly referred to as 'the everything store'. Acquisitions include Ring, Twitch, Whole Foods Market, and IMDb.

More recently, Amazon has been focused on leading the "third wave in digital advertising". Many businesses are now shifting ad dollars to retailers, which before would have been spent with online media platforms. Amazon's seen great success in the space, with its revenue from advertising now higher than its Amazon Prime membership scheme, audiobooks and digital music combined. This growth is particularly impressive considering its digital ad rivals (like Snap, Alphabet, and Meta) have suffered declines due to wider macroeconomic factors and Apple's iOS privacy changes.

Despite its dominant market position, Amazon will continue to be challenged over the next decade, including sustaining AWS's cloud dominance in the face of Google and Microsoft. On top of this, the company's e-commerce division is facing profitability problems despite its 2023 post-IPO debt funding of 8 billion. It will need to find new ways to stay above their competitors.

Benefits

  • Employees receive discounts on certain day care centers, and Amazon provides a variety of free resources for parents of children with autism, ADHD and developmental disabilities
  • Adoption assistance for qualified domestic and international adoption expenses including attorney fees, court costs, and travel
  • Financial counseling and estate planning services are also available, plus paid short-term and long-term disability if needed
  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage to all our regular full-time employees, regardless of their level, tenure, or position
  • Employees have opportunities to own Amazon stock, participate in 401(k) plans with company match, and enroll in paid life and accident insurance
  • Amazon employees have free access to a network of more than 2 million caregivers, including nannies, babysitters and special-needs caretakers
  • Leave Share program allows employees to give six weeks of paid parental leave to a spouse or partner who isn’t eligible for parental leave from their employer

Company values

  • Customer obsession rather than competitor focus
  • Passion for invention
  • Commitment to operational excellence
  • Long-term thinking

Founders

Jeff Bezos

(Executive Chairman)

Jeff is an American business magnate, media proprietor, and investor. As well as founding Amazon, Jeff founded Blue Origin, an aerospace manufacturer and sub-orbital spaceflight services company and also owns The Washington Post.

Andy Jassy

(President & CEO (not founder))

Joined Amazon as a Marketing Manager in 1997. Developed AWS with Jeff Bezos, and became CEO of Amazon in 2021.

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