We are seeking a driven, entrepreneurial product leader to join us in our Boston, MA office to grow our file storage business on the AWS Cloud. As file storage represents the majority of unstructured data in the world, the opportunity for impact in this role is immense.
AWS's file storage business includes Amazon Elastic File System (EFS), which was launched in 2016. Amazon EFS is a fully managed service that makes it easy to set up and scale shared file storage in the AWS Cloud. It's designed for a wide variety of use cases: data analytics, video rendering, genomics analysis, web serving, content management, and home directories, to name a few.
We are seeking a Senior Product Manager with experience in platform level products or services to define our product strategy and develop the business with a full scope of ownership spanning inbound to outbound product management. You will own product planning in feature definition as well as pricing, pricing model innovation, and P&L optimization. You will own marketing in positioning, promotion, and sales enablement. You will work directly with executive leaders of customers and partners of all sizes and segments iterating on our product vision and driving business development.
We need business owners who can scale in perspective from strategic vision development with direct interaction with the AWS senior leadership team to tactical product development and sales execution.
There are no product requirements documents thrown over the wall to the development team in this business. We value product managers who want to team with the developers and dig into the details as owners of the service where we define, develop, and ship new services and features in periods measured in months.
In this ownership role you will:
• Drive customer focused service definition
• Implement launch and growth strategy, coordinating with cross-functional teams to successfully deliver
• Define and implement pricing models and establish measures to track and analyze performance against target
• Define and implement key business success metrics and implement measures to track and analyze against target
• Build strong internal relationships with technology and development teams to drive implementation
• Build strong internal relationships with the sales and central marketing organizations to drive implementation of merchandising strategies
Post launch, conduct business and financial analysis, including forecasting, monitoring, and reporting.
The successful candidate will be a tenacious, ambitious, self-starter with a passion for the cloud storage market and who can serve as a strong advocate for our developer, corporate, and consumer customers. The candidate will have analytical capabilities, persuasive writing skills, on-line service business experience, and the tenacity to develop ideas independently and thrive in a fast-paced start-up environment. The ideal candidate must have a deep understanding of customer needs, the competitive landscape and be able translate customer needs into features, pricing models, and merchandising opportunities to deliver an unparalleled customer experience.
Our team is focused on balancing life with work, and does this via work autonomy and by prioritizing solutions and processes that enable us to scale faster than the business. While the office is located in Boston, Massachusetts, working remotely is supported, and oftentimes encouraged. Work hours are flexible and typically self-defined.
Mentorship and Career Growth
One of the keys to AWS's success is its top-tier product management culture. You will have the opportunity work with multiple AWS product management leaders that can help you accelerate your career and bring ideas to market. You will be working closely with a talented team of engineers and managers that will push your technical abilities while you bring new innovations to a widely adopted and fast growing product.
Inclusive and Diverse Culture
Here at AWS, we embrace our differences. We are committed to furthering our culture of inclusion. We have ten employee-led affinity groups, reaching 40,000 employees in over 190 chapters globally. We have innovative benefit offerings, and we host annual and ongoing learning experiences, including our Conversations on Race and Ethnicity (CORE) and AmazeCon (gender diversity) conferences. Amazon's culture of inclusion is reinforced within our 14 Leadership Principles, which remind team members to seek diverse perspectives, learn and be curious, and earn trust
• BS in Computer Science or a related engineering field
• 5+ years of software product management experience.
• Experience in storage technologies, managing large volumes of data, and analytics workloads
• 3+ years of product leadership, management experience in a customer facing role.
• Experience delivering technology products/services in a high growth environment where priorities shift fast
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