Executive Recruiting, Research Associate

Amazon.Com, Inc. Seattle , WA 98113

Posted 2 months ago

Amazon Executive Recruiting is looking for a Research Associate to help the business scale by identifying and recruiting top talent for executive level positions. This is a high visibility role with a significant opportunity to drive impact at the most senior levels within the organization.

The Research Associate will drive search strategy and execution for executive level roles for the Consumer organization. This is a fast paced role with a fun and exciting team. This search specialist will conduct extensive market research, competitive intelligence and talent mapping to find and engage top talent across Consumer business lines and functions.

This role will drive comprehensive search insights by:

  • Conducting research to map markets and generate candidate names and profiles

  • Creating robust search strategies that will attract the best and brightest leaders

  • Calibrating candidates with hiring managers

  • Engaging and building relationships with executive level candidates, and performing initial assessment

  • Contributing to the knowledge base of the Consumer executive recruiting team by providing education on industries and talent pools/profiles

  • Building out talent networks in certain functions/industries and tapping knowledgeable industry sources to develop an initial pool of candidates

  • Participating in client update meetings on active searches and preparing reports

  • Shadowing on-site interviews and debriefs

  • Providing strategic guidance and advice in a true partnership with executive leadership

A successful candidate will need to exhibit the following traits:

  • Inquisitive; a strong desire to learn

  • Highly articulate, able to convey complex arguments and engage with senior level executives in a polished and professional manner

  • Self-assured, not easily thrown, able to think on your feet

  • Entrepreneurial mindset, can keep up with the fast paced recruiting culture

  • Exceptional qualitative research skills, including the ability to synthesize data from multiple sources and quickly learn new spaces

There is room to rise within the company and take on greater positions of responsibility as appropriate.

This position can be based at Amazon corporate offices in the following locations; Seattle, WA / San Francisco, CA / Sunnyvale, CA / San Diego, CA/ Los Angeles, CA / Austin, TX / Nashville, TN / Chicago, IL / Arlington, VA / Boston, MA / New York, NY / Boulder, CO / Phoenix, AZ

  • Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent work experience.

  • 5+ years of research experience at a market insights firm, and/or executive search firm

  • Experience advising and influencing executive leadership

Professional traits that are not unique to this position, but necessary for Amazon leaders:

  • Exhibits excellent judgment

  • Hires great people. Develops great people.

  • Has relentlessly high standards

  • Thinks strategically, but stays on top of tactical execution

  • Expects and requires innovation of her/his team

  • Thinks big and has convictions

  • Results oriented

  • Has the innate ability to inspire passion in others

Amazon is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status. For individuals with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation, visit https://www.amazon.jobs/en/disability/us

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