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Amazon Corporate LLC Enterprise Strategist, AWS Enterprise Strategy in Seattle, Washington

Job summaryAre you a technology executive that has leveraged the cloud to transform the technology and business capabilities of a large company? Can you help executives and leaders understand how cloud can change the way value is delivered to customers? Can you influence large teams of people, even in the face of fear, uncertainty, or doubt?At Amazon Web Services (AWS), we're hiring Enterprise Strategists to guide our enterprise efforts and advise the largest companies on how they can transform the way they use technology to deliver business value. AWS Enterprise Strategists use their personal experiences using AWS, combine them with the experiences of other customers, and help large companies understand how they can benefit from the cloud.Ideal candidates well versed in the challenges large companies face across their people, process, and technology when implementing large-scale cloud migrations and/or digital transformations. This includes leadership, application development, operations, security, business case development, technology budgeting, etc. They use this knowledge to help customers identify and overcome the same challenges, author blog posts (see ), create and deliver presentations to executive audiences, develop and facilitate executive community building, help AWS product teams and partners understand how enterprise executives make decisions, and develop/improve mechanisms to help customers gain value from the cloud.See more of the team and their work here:Key job responsibilitiesEnterprise strategists (strategists) are the voice of AWS to the leaders of enterprise customers and prospects, and, conversely, the voice of large enterprises back to AWS. This is a uniquely Amazonian offering; customer-obsessed and entirely oriented toward helping our customers be more successful. We earn trust and credibility with senior executives of enterprise customers through our experience working at the CXO level and our firsthand experience with the challenges of digital transformation. We speak to customer executives as peers, combining empathy and proven success strategies.We've developed a number of mechanisms through which we deliver our expertise. We meet with both technology and non-technology customer executives at critical stages of their transformation journeys to help them overcome non-technical impediments such as cultural change, organizational structure, governance models, and investment strategies. We also build longer-term relationships by serving as executive sponsors and strategic advisors. We speak at both AWS and third-party conferences and events taking a thought leadership position on the challenges and future of enterprise IT. We write books, articles, blog posts, and other content to help our customers be more successful and to advance AWS's position as a thought leader. We represent AWS to the enterprise executive market through press and analyst activities. We track the pulse of the enterprise executive community and provide feedback to AWS on customer needs and effective enterprise positioning, and work with the AWS sales and marketing employees to improve their ability to communicate with enterprise executives.About the teamThe Enterprise Strategy team is composed of former CIOs, CTOs, CFOs, and other senior leaders from large enterprise customers such as A+E Network, Airbus, Capital One, Coca-Cola, Edmunds.com, Foundation Medicine, Homeland Security, Live Nation, McDonald's, and Qantas. In those roles, the strategists led large-scale digital transformations and migrations to the cloud, overcoming institutional challenges and impediments. Many enterprise strategists are thought leaders with reputations outside of AWS-authors, bloggers, and speakers. The team is globally distributed and represents a range of industries and areas of expertise (for example, modernization, governance, analytics, cost optimization, architecture, DevOps), and all a

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