Drive feature development and prioritization of the product roadmap, customer segmentation and demand generation for key components of Amazon Neptune. Engage closely with customers to understand important graph use cases and identify key features that deliver customer value, and coordinate the prioritization and execution of company engineering efforts. Define a market-leading product. Deliver product management analysis and artifacts, including market requirements, feature roadmap, and customer experience artifacts. Work with the engineering and program management leads to set strategy, define the product, and make critical decisions between performance, features, and speed-to-market. Lead launch activities and product marketing for the portfolio, including coordination of demand generation activities with marketing, content generation and ads. Perform business analysis, including financial models, customer segmentation, competitive analysis, pricing analysis, and customer usage analysis.
Position Requirements: Master’s degree or foreign equivalent in Business Administration, Engineering, Computer Science, or a related field and one year of experience in the job offered, or as a Program Manager, Technical Product Manager, or related occupation. Employer will accept a Bachelor's degree or foreign equivalent in Business Administration, Engineering, Computer Science, or a related field and five years of experience in the job offered or a related occupation as equivalent to the Master's degree and one year of experience. One year of experience must involve: conducting project strategic, financial and business analysis; managing projects throughout the full product development life cycle; and working cross-functionally with engineering, design, and project management counterparts to define and deliver online products or services.
Applicants must meet all of the above listed requirements for this position.
Experience with existing transactional and analytic graph applications. Experience with Property Graphs Experience with RDF/SPARQL