· 10+ years of experience, with at least 7 years of product marketing in consumer & technology products.
· Exceptional written and verbal communication skills with the ability to create compelling positioning/messaging strategy and present complex information clearly and concisely.
· Strong analytical and quantitative skills with the ability to use data and metrics to justify requirements
· High attention to detail and proven ability to manage multiple, competing priorities simultaneously with minimal supervision
· Strong team management skills with experience in hiring and developing top talent
· Excellent inter-team working skills to develop strong partnership with partner, tech team and operating at leadership levels
Are you customer obsessed and analytical, strategic yet execution focused, entrepreneurial, and passionate about e-Commerce? Do you want to be a part of one of the fastest growing and most innovative e-commerce businesses? Are you interested in working in a high impact role? If yes, we'd love to have you join our team. Our Amazon Business Product Marketing Management team is defining the course of the go-to-market shopping experience in globally
This role is part of the Amazon Business (AB) Marketing team and our vision is to provide the most engaging, and seamless shopping experience for anything and everything related to business shopping needs. As Senior Manager, Product Marketing Manager, you will lead a team of product marketing managers and are responsible for driving awareness and adoption of Business Prime program and features unique to AB that enable seamless digital purchasing for businesses. You will partner closely with business teams, partner teams, tech teams across globally. You will also be expected to represent these areas with Amazon Business Executive leadership.
- Setting GTM plan for BP program
- Building and executing GTM plan for new AB features
- Driving BP acquisition
- Driving feature adoption
- Developing mechanisms for inspecting marketing campaigns
- Driving global scalability of product marketing campaigns