Amazon Web Services (AWS) is seeking an experienced executive programs manager to build and manage highly visible global executive programs. This is a unique opportunity to play a key role in AWS, a subsidiary of Amazon.com and a global leader in Cloud Computing.
In this role you will build and execute global programs targeting executive decision makers. You will work closely with enterprise marketing, enterprise strategy teams, global field marketing teams and sales building a playbook for scalable, repeatable executive programs. The goal of these programs is to gain mindshare and build deeper relationships with these key decision makers. You will utilize exceptional program management skills to manage and communicate on all global executive programs, ensuring all stakeholders are working together to deliver a high-quality experience.
The ideal candidate will have a track record of building and executing high-impact executive programs and have excellent interpersonal and written communication skills. For more information on AWS, please visit http://aws.amazon.com
Build a repeatable and scalable framework for high touch executive programs for consumption by the global field marketing organization.
Support our corporate executive programs such as the CIO Advisory Council, CISO and Customer Advisory Board
Part of the team that manages and executes the Executive Summit at AWS re:Invent
Collaborate with key stakeholders (product marketing, enterprise strategy) to integrate these executive programs into the overall enterprise strategy
Ensure these executive programs are a cornerstone to communicate to our executive community and are part of an overall cohesive executive engagement strategy.
Identify how these programs can be the foundation to create regional executive programs beyond that go beyond the initial in-person event.
Evaluate, measure and report on strategic effectiveness and ROI for overall program efforts
Ability to work on multiple, simultaneous marketing programs that require both strategic thinking as well as high-speed tactical executives