Amazon is seeking a Sr. Technical Program Manager, Sustainability. The role is based in Seattle, Washington. The World-Wide Sustainability Team’s Senior Technical Program Manager will lead the technical program reinventing how we use technology at Amazon speed and scale to ensure the safe handling and delivery of all product lines and products. As the world’s most customer-centric company, with customers including consumers, sellers, manufactures, regulatory agencies, and shippers world-wide, Amazon has the combination of opportunity, passion, and resources to build the next generation of industry-leading solutions using a wide range of data-driven and intelligent technological and business capabilities.
You will be working with multiple software development teams and their managers developing new real-time data collection, analysis, classification, and auditing workflows integrated with internal and external sources of product safety-related data from all of Amazon’s customers. You and these teams will partner on a variety of cross-cutting programs, such as our Dangerous Goods, Food Safety, Import Compliance, Social Responsibility, Environmental Sustainability, and Business Development programs, building extensible systems supporting a variety of control processes and authoritative data sources. These will be used to ensure the best end-to-end safety experience for all involved in the life cycles of the products Amazon sources, ships, or sells. Your team will be innovating with the latest Amazon technologies for data collection and analysis, and will be using the scale of Amazon’s catalog and supply and fulfillment systems to drive new innovations.
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