Amazon Web Services (AWS) is looking for an experienced, results-oriented, organized, and self-starting technical project manager to drive product compliance projects for AWS’ Global Trade and Product Compliance (GTPC) function. As a project manager within the GTPC Product Compliance team, you will manage product compliance deliverables for a variety of AWS hardware. You will collaborate with AWS business teams, product compliance engineering, agency partners, and legal to drive global delivery of certifications for critical hardware. You will also regularly communicate with senior leadership on status, risk, and strategy. If you are a fast learner, excellent listener and communicator, enjoy building relationships, and see complex issues as opportunities, then this is the role for you!
AWS is at the forefront of providing a broad set of global cloud-based services including compute, storage, databases, networking, and enterprise applications, to help organizations move faster, lower IT costs, and scale. You will be a part of a dynamic business within Amazon.com, and one of the world’s fastest growing and evolving companies, with a team of exceptionally talented, bright and innovative people. GTPC is responsible for ensuring that the infrastructure equipment necessary to support the AWS services are imported/exported in a compliant manner across the multiple countries where AWS operates and will expand, including all product certification/safety regulations.
This position can also be located in Seattle, Washington.
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