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28 days ago

Digital Marketing Manager, Amazon Devices

Amazon Seattle, WA

As part of the digital products marketing group, we operate in one of the most diverse businesses at Amazon – empowered to explore new ideas… Amazon


25 days ago

EU Content Marketing Manager

Amazon Corporate Services Luxembourg

We are looking for a highly organized, motivated and self-directed Content Marketing Manager with superior organization skills and acute attention to… Amazon Corporate Services


30+ days ago

Sr. Marketing Manager

Amazon Seattle, WA

At Amazon, we're working to be the most customer-centric company on earth. To get there, we need exceptionally talented, bright, and driven people… Amazon


30+ days ago

Email Marketing Manager

Amazon Seattle, WA

§ Building campaigns and executing traffic-driving efforts for large scale product and services launches, tracking tasks and dependencies across… Amazon


30+ days ago

Senior Marketing Manager

Amazon Seattle, WA

Are you ready to help Amazon build a new business? As a Senior Marketing Manager, you will help build, communicate, and grow Amazon's new premier… Amazon


30+ days ago

Market Manager - Devices

Amazon Seattle, WA

The first Kindle launched in 2007 and it has been the best-selling product in the history of Amazon.com. Since then, Amazon has continued to expand… Amazon


30+ days ago

Sr. Finance Manager, Marketing Operations

Amazon Seattle, WA

Amazon Web Services (“AWS”) offers an infrastructure web services platform in the cloud that is changing how the world consumes IT resources. The Sr… Amazon


30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Advertising Products, Emerging Markets

Amazon Beijing

Amazon.com is seeking an experienced product leader for our Advertising program to support China and other emerging markets. This position will have… Amazon


30+ days ago

Marketing Manager, Toys

Amazon Seattle, WA

Amazon’s Toys & Games team is looking for a talented, customer-obsessed, and experienced marketer to help drive one of the most exciting categories… Amazon


30+ days ago

Executive Assistant, Amazon Fashion

Amazon Seattle, WA

Fashion and Director of Marketing. This is a high impact, high visibility… Amazon


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    Current Employee - Senior Product Manager in Seattle, WA
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    I have been working at Amazon.com full-time (More than 8 years)

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    Pros

    Like Marmite, you love it or you hate it.

    There are some very well run teams, and others not so much. I have experienced both. Badly run teams, as in any other company, will be very unproductive and extremely frustrating.

    That said, in general:

    (+) Dynamic, lots of things happening around you, and some very cool stuff being tested/launched.
    (+) Many opportunities to change roles within the company and take on new challenges. Internal transfers are encouraged.
    (+) Good team spirit, people are willing to help each other and collaborate.
    (+) Lots of autonomy in making decisions, everybody can be an "owner".
    (+) You are always very busy, and there is no room for slackers.

    Cons

    (-) Things can move very slowly due to the many dependencies across teams.
    (-) Very little coaching/mentoring/guidance from managers, and hardly any training & dev on professional growth.
    (-) Not a lot of recognition for a job well done (this is a generalization based on my 10 years in the company - I have had some great managers, but in general they are hands-off in every way)

    Advice to Management

    Actively help your employees develop professionally.
    Set a clear strategy for your team (and stick to it for more than 5 minutes).


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