Seattle, WA
Thursday, March 1, 2018
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At Amazon, we are excited to offer graduate students the opportunity to launch into big careers with limitless possibilities. We know searching for an internship role is as much about finding a company where you can picture yourself being successful as it is about finding the right role. We look forward to meeting you and your classmates this year. As we get to know you more, we invite you to get to know us better.

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Amazon is growing, and we need MBA interns who are owners capable of breaking down and solving complex problems, and who have a strong will to get things done. MBA interns are given ownership of large, important areas of opportunity. You will have the autonomy to think strategically, make decisions, and drive significant impact to the customer experience and the business. To be successful, you must be passionate about the business, flourish in ambiguity, and demonstrate nimble leadership.

As a Senior Product Manager (PM) intern, you will invent new products and features on behalf of customers. You are the business owner of the product who will work cross-functionally to drive ideas from conception to execution, developing marketing plans to drive awareness and adoption, segmenting customers and developing business models, defining and analyzing success metrics, and managing strategic projects.

An Amazon MBA summer internship is 11-12 weeks long, consisting of a strategic project that is data intensive, analytical, centered on a real business issue, and representative of the full-time role. PM interns will have ownership of a high profile project within a product management business organization, where they will partner with key business groups and clients. By participating in the internship, you will have opportunities to analyze unique business ideas, make data driven decisions and provide input to drive meaningful change. Each intern will have exposure to upper level management (including Vice Presidents and Directors) and the opportunity to apply general business and product management skills to support successful execution of corporate strategies.

Successful PMs ultimately become general managers responsible for running large business segments and operate in organizations such as Kindle Content, Seller Services, Supply Chain Optimization Technology, Logistics, International Consumer, Kindle Marketing, Prime Now, Prime and Delivery Experience, and Payment Products. Examples of former intern projects include:
• Global Search Experience: Improve customer search experience for global product categories. Conduct comprehensive external and internal needs assessment, create a scalable strategy and develop metrics to enable tracking. Work with a team of engineers to implement changes based on findings during the internship.
• Amazon Payment Products: Evaluate small-and-medium sized business (SMB) usage of gift cards for promotional and incentive purposes, size the opportunity (in the tens of billions) and develop a product strategy and business requirements to launch simple to use self-service tools to allow small businesses to leverage Amazon gift cards for consumer incentives, employee rewards and disbursement purposes.
• Supply Chain Optimization Technologies: Implement programs that enable sustainability, including reduction in waste and energy utilization, and preservation of natural resources.
• Amazon Marketplace: Work on new category expansion and growth (e.g., Handmade) through improving customer experience and seller success. Manage both internal and external partner relationships, determine pricing structures, and define long-term category strategy.

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Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.

Basic Qualifications:
• Currently enrolled in MBA or equivalent master’s level program
• 3 years of industry or military work experience prior to master’s program

Preferred Qualifications:
• 4+ years of work experience prior to your MBA including academic and/or internship experience
• Pre MBA product management experience or other relevant professional experience
• Interest in technology, and technology enabled features and services
• Strong written and verbal communication and analytical skills, including strong ability to identify and solve ambiguous problems and work well with cross functional teams
• High attention to detail and proven ability to manage multiple, competing priorities simultaneously
• General manager/owner mentality, entrepreneurial drive, and proven ability to influence others
• Intellectual curiosity, tenacity, and drive to get stuff done

For internships in the US, applicants are required to have work authorization either through citizenship or Curricular Practical Training (CPT) sponsorship through their school.

In order to be considered for interviews you must complete the Amazon online application via the link below in addition to your school application. Through your school career center, please submit individual applications to all roles in which you are interested (up to five positions). Through the Amazon link below, only one application is required – you will be asked to submit your role and location preferences within that application if you are interested in more than one role and/or location.

NOTE: When applying to the Amazon site, no cover letter is necessary.