For many of us, work as we know it has changed. Our teams will forever be hybrid, split between remote and in-person, and changing frequently. Our opportunities to grab someone for a few words, or be reminded of a burning question because we happen to see someone in the hallway, are reduced or entirely eliminated. But those memories and ideas persist, even if they're contained in something new. I want to build technology to turn that into something productive, rather than something lost. I want to help us all feel genuinely connected, no matter where we are or how we interact, so we continue to thrive from the stimulation of daily creative, vital energy that we need to do our best work. If this is a problem that gets you excited, let's chat about how you can contribute.
The Amazon Chime Meetings team is hiring across all positions to elevate the Chime Meetings application to something that delights our users every day. We are re-imagining what work looks like and building the tools to make it happen. By leveraging the awesome power and scale of the full set of AWS services, including the Amazon Chime SDK, we have as our goal to make the Chime application a world-class application that brings the future of collaboration to its users.
5+ years of experience in product or program management, product marketing, business development or technology
Experience with end to end product delivery
Experience overseeing roadmap strategy and definition
Experience with feature delivery and tradeoffs of a product
Experience contributing to engineering discussions around technology decisions and strategy related to a product
6+ years of product management experience building customer-facing software experiences
Product fluency/background with history and current offerings in personal photo software
Technical fluency and depth including potential familiarity with photo and cloud storage services, personal electronics, and voice-forward experiences.
Agility with SQL/Redshift and other self-service BI tools
Experience participating or leading UX research, UX Design Sprints, or guerilla development/prototyping processes