Amazon opened its virtual doors in 1995 and strives to be the world’s most customer-centric company, where customers can find and discover anything they might want to buy online.
The goal of Amazon Logistics is to build a world class last mile operation. Amazon Logistics aims to exceed the expectations of our customers by ensuring that their orders, no matter how large or small, are delivered as quickly, accurately, and cost effectively as possible.
The European Amazon Logistics team is seeking an experienced, innovative, hands on and customer obsessed Sr Process Engineer to drive standardization and innovation in physical infrastructure, layout and material flow across our Last Mile delivery network.
As a member of the EU Amazon Logistics Engineering team you will be responsible for producing and refining process standards, building on current best practices for physical infrastructure and designing Amazon Logistics equipment that is used across the EU network and beyond.
Infrastructure you develop will always be produced to meet safety, customer experience, capacity, quality and cost goals.
You will act as a key point of contact for your area of responsibility within the EU Amazon Logistics processes, frequently partnering with leaders in the field, as well as other operational support functions and your WW counterparts.
The core process infrastructure ownership element of this role spans Delivery Station and On-the-Road operations.
This position requires deep customer focus, strong autonomy and exceptional project management skills. It will involve regular communication with executors and project sponsors at both the European and WW level, and requires you to be detail-oriented and comfortable partnering across functional business and technical teams.
To be successful in this role, you need to pair strong analytical skills and a data-driven outlook with strong intuition.
This role can be based anywhere in the EU, with a preference for a strong location for EU travel, as this will be required frequently in the role.