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Amazon PM career track

New answer on Jun 03, 2023
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Anonymous A asked on Sep 15, 2020

Hi there,

Im a mbb consultant transioniting to a Product Management role, and Amazon would be a solid choice for my next step.

Im curious to understand more about its career track:

1-Should i apply to a PM or a senior PM role?

2-What are possible next steps for a sucessful senior PM inside the firm?

3-For the europeans: what are the largest offices demanding PM right now?

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replied on Sep 15, 2020
McKinsey | Awarded professor at Master in Management @ IE | MBA at MIT |+180 students coached | Integrated FIT Guide aut


Disagree with the previous answers tbh.

These are simple answers:

  1. SPM, as you can see in the requisites in Amazon Jobs.
  2. Too many to be listed here, but anything level 6 and above, and in all geographies and divisions, since mobility is indeed a reality in Amazon.
  3. Lux office, without any doubts.

Hope it helps!



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replied on Sep 15, 2020
McKinsey / Accenture Alum / Got all BIG3 offers / Harvard Business School


  1. Depending on how many years you've spent in consulting. For each role amazone has a very accurate number of years of experience in job descriptions.
  2. Not that many. The company is very horizontal and the next role is principal / lead. Depends on the product
  3. It has always been Madrid.They are constantly hiring. All the roles are on the website


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replied on Sep 15, 2020
#1 BCG coach | MBB | Tier 2 | Digital, Tech, Platinion | 100% personal success rate (8/8) | 95% candidate success rate
  1. Fundamentally, ask HR - that's what they're there for! Additionally, ti's just good networking. That being said, you're most likely be suited for the PM role (as a consutlant you have yet to demonstrate project management ability).
  2. I'll tell you one thing - not powerpoint ability! It's banned at Amazon. From people I know working at Amazon as PMs, they tell me it's an organization of do-ers and go-getters. You basically need to get stuff done, problem-solve well, and be comfortable with data and figuring things out
  3. Germany and the UK most likely (the largest offices). That being said, it's growing rapidly everywhere (they just announced efforts to hire another 100k employees world-wide). Again, very much best to ask HR and other people you're networking with in the company!
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Marcus replied on Jun 03, 2023

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replied on Oct 28, 2021
Amazon | ex-BCG | ex-Strategy& | Experienced and personalized coach | Student successes: Mck, BCG, Bain, OW, S&

Hey there! As an Amazonian in Europe:

1. Depends on your MBB experience. If you're 2+ YOE (Associate/JEM at McK, C2/PL1 at BCG ) then an L6 (SPM) is do-able. These tend to be post-MBA roles. Otherwise L5 (PM) more likely

2. No comment - your typical PM success resources online will give better responses :)

3. Definitely London and Luxembourg (EU HQ) by a stretch. Have hard some decent sized offices in Munich, Berlin, Spain as well.

Any questions or if you want to practice Loop interviews, let me know, I am an interviewer for Amazon as well. Good luck!

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John replied on Jun 03, 2023

What specific features and functionality does the Amazon Merchant Profit Calculator provide, and how can using it help me more accurately calculate the potential profit from sales on the platform, as well as select the most profitable products for my business?

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