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Head of Vendor Management - Wireless


London, United Kingdom


Amazon is looking for a Head of Vendor Management in the Wireless team. Ever since Amazon opened its virtual doors, our aim has been to become the most customer-centric company in the world. How? By having people like you who make sure that our customers can find everything that they are looking for online – at great value and convenience. Immerse yourself in an environment that is fast-paced, growing and continuously innovating to offer great opportunities for our customers and for you!

Your professional challenge:
· To develop and lead the vendor management strategy for your category.
· You will build strong relationships at a senior level with our vendors and facilitate discussions in order to drive profitable growth.
· By managing a team of vendor managers you will deliver selection growth and increase value for our customers.
· As a leader within the business you will share best practice across categories.
· You will turn in-depth analysis into strategic insight and action.
· You will seek out ways to automate & simplify manual processes in order to improve productivity.
· You will work closely with the site merchandising, in-stock and product management teams for your category.
· The performance of your product category, customer experience and operational efficiency will determine your success.


· Professional experience in operations, inventory planning, demand forecasting, and/or product life cycles.
· Must have a proven track record in taking ownership, driving results and moving with speed to implement ideas in a fast-paced online environment.
· Highly analytical, flexible, action and results oriented, self-starting, and be comfortable with computer databases and tools.
· An effective communicator working with some of Amazon’s most important partners and vendors, as well as with internal colleagues and teams.
· Ability to operate clearly in an ambiguous environment; strong ability to influence.
· Possesses strong analytical and numerical skills with strong experience of Excel, including Macros, V-Lookups and Pivot Tables.
· University degree required, ideally in a technical or analytical discipline.
· Experience working with IT professionals, and process improvement training like Kaizen or Six Sigma will be a plus.


Your Benefits:

· The opportunity to work for a leading global online retailer.
· An engaging working environment with excellent career progression.
· A competitive salary including stock units and other excellent benefits.


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