Amazon is looking for a smart, driven, and independent Program Manager in our Leave of Absence and Accommodations (LOAA) Department to partner in the development of new leave, disability, and accommodation programs and products.
Our products and services are designed to support our rapidly growing employee population. Are you passionate about finding data-
driven solutions to human problems? Do you find fulfillment in knowing your program helped a coworker through a difficult life event?
Can you find the balance between compliance, innovation, efficiency, and compassion?
As a Program Manager, you will manage new programs and products designed to deliver leave services, improve the employee experience and address program gaps.
Where programs or products already exist, you will focus on continuous improvement to identify areas of opportunity for expanded services.
The position will focus on working closely with business leaders, facilitating growth through scalability and sustainability and will keep pace with overall Amazon employee growth.
With projections up to one million employees by 2020, the solutions need to focus on long-term timelines while simplifying the customer experience.
Success in this role depends on the ability to work in close partnership with internal and external stakeholder groups. Additionally, our department has a rapidly growing global scope;
therefore, this position will ensure the systems and processes support growth with the proper balance between compliance, innovation, efficiency, and compassion.
This position (only one position) is open for the three locations in India (Gurgaon, Pune or Hyderabad) and based on the talent availability and project requirements selected candidate will be offered to base in either of the locations.
The selected candidate will be responsible for the global LOAA processes for our Fulfillment Center, Corporate, Customer Service and AWS businesses.
Key Responsibilities :
Work with business stakeholders to translate program goals into program requirements, and then with technical teams to translate the program requirements into technical requirements
Develop program workflows in collaboration with other stakeholder groups. Develop communication plans, draft communications, FAQs, process documentation and other written work
Oversee program implementation efforts; define and establish goals, supporting metrics, and success indicators
Review, evaluate, and incorporate the voice of the customer feedback into program development
Partner with People Technology team and other HRS Technology professionals to liaise LOAA with HR Services’ initiatives
Design LOAA systems to support global growth to the Americas, the EU, and APAC
Partner with other service providers such as Ops, Benefits, Legal, Payroll, BAM and general HR to facilitate the systems roadmap
Experiment with key program aspects to drive out manual tasks and duties
8-10 years of program development, project management and change management experience with minimum 4-5 years’ experience in leading large scale transitions, program development, and IT Implementations
Knowledge of program management lifecycle, project management tools, and Transition methodology
Ability to translate customer pain points and leadership goals into program requirements
Excellent written and verbal communication, interpersonal skills; high-quality document and report preparation
Ability to build strong relationships and influence others while working in a cross-functional environment, preferably with senior members of the business
Strong business and HR acumen, including strong problem-solving skills, critical and strategic thinking, and self-initiative
Ability to independently analyze data from multiple sources, reconcile conflicting information, and present conclusions in a narrative format
Proven expertise in business re-engineering / transformation using lean and six sigma methodologies
Ability to collaborate across different teams, manage conflict in a positive, flexible way, and reach consensus in a highly differentiated group
Detail orientation with the ability to analyze, problem solve, organize and manage multiple priorities and excellent follow up skills in a fast-paced environment
Ability to diagnose problems, identify root causes, develop and drive appropriate solutions
Ability to travel as appropriate
Graduate degree or MBA
Experience applying Lean and / or Six Sigma techniques in a transactional work environment
Experience with HRIS systems, such as HCM / ERP suites, time and attendance systems, payroll systems, etc.
Experience with Salesforce and Kronos a plus
Experience working in an organization with highly varied employee types (e.g., highly compensated knowledge workers, heavily manual labor, hourly customer service representatives)
Experience working in an organization with a global span
Experience with HR processes and programs (leave of absence or accommodations)