At Amazon, we are working to be the most customer-centric company on earth and to grow in a safe environment for both our Customers and our Associates.
To get there, we need exceptionally talented, bright, dynamic and passionate people. If you would like to help us build the place to find and buy anything online, this is your chance to make history.
Can you lead large cross-functional teams to launch regulated hazardous materials storage compliance projects and initiatives?
Are you comfortable digging into business requirements and collaborating with business and technical teams to launch new capabilities improving the customer experience?
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This role requires working with different business owners across organizations to define the strategy, requirements, and timelines as well as lead different cross-functional teams.
This position involves regular communication with senior management team on roadmaps, program updates, risks, and change management.
This role must also act as a subject matter expert in the storage of regulated hazardous materials. Cross-team coordination, program management, and effective communication skills are essential.
Qualified candidate have 4 or more years of relevant work experience in project management in a cross-functional environment with a solid background in regulated hazardous material storage or compliance program background.
This is a global role and therefore experience in a global setting is preferred.
Deliverables / Scope :
Identify and lead regulated hazardous materials storage improvement projects to drive towards a best in class regulated hazardous materials compliance program.
Ensure regulatory requirements are met for existing and new products / processes by understanding product attributes to generate action
Provide end-to-end regulated hazardous materials storage compliance project management support and guidance for business projects and initiatives.
Work cross functionally with our risk management, real estate, engineering, business and software teams to ensure regulated hazardous materials storage compliance requirements are known and projects are carried out to delivery.
Identify regulatory risks in new products and services and provide guidance for risk mitigations.
Interpret new regulations or changing regulations related to regulated hazardous materials storage, construction codes, segregation of materials, drainage and containment, fire protection, ventilation, and electrical requirements to determine how it applies to the business
Support new business initiatives to ensure regulated hazardous materials storage compliance.
Develop and maintain solid relationships with retail, FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon) and fulfillment center partners to capture and remediate concerns
Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age.
B.Engineering / B.Chemistry / B.Science
6 years project management experience and demonstrated success.
Regulated Hazardous Materials or other compliance experience
Familiarity with DOT, ADR, CLP, GHS and the Fire and Defense Laws
Experience driving process improvement with technology
Experience in fire prevention and fire protection design requirements for storage of hazardous materials in warehousing operations
Experience implementing hazardous material storage solutions compliant with NFPA, FM Global, IFC, IBC, and other fire protection and building codes and standards, particularly NFPA30 and NFPA30B
Familiarity interpreting and applying requirements of global fire and buildings codes, including within Asia, Europe, and the Americas
Solid background and ability to dissect chemical attributes of products that are key to determining storage and infrastructure requirements (construction, fire sprinklers, ventilation, electrical ratings, etc.)
Experience in insurance may be helpful provided they have direct experience identifying and assessing fire and explosion risks related to hazardous materials at commercial and industrial facilities.
MBA, Ph.D or related advanced degree.
Certification and experience in dangerous goods or regulated hazardous materials compliance.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Exceptional organizational skills.
Ability to work independently and autonomously.
Demonstrated collaborative skills and ability to work well within a team.
Accomplished range of skills from high-level strategic thinking to creative and detailed execution.
Experience in a global role of a similar nature.
Self-motivated with critical attention to detail, deadlines and reporting.