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  • US, WA, Seattle
    Job ID: 2604778
    (Updated 12 days ago)
    We are looking for detail-oriented, organized, and responsible individuals who are eager to learn how to work with large and complicated data sets. Some knowledge of econometrics, as well as basic familiarity with Python is necessary, and experience with SQL and UNIX would be a plus. These are full-time positions at 40 hours per week, with compensation being awarded on an hourly basis. You will learn how to build data sets and perform applied econometric analysis at Internet speed collaborating with economists, scientists, and product managers. These skills will translate well into writing applied chapters in your dissertation and provide you with work experience that may help you with placement. Roughly 85% of previous cohorts have converted to full time economics employment at Amazon. If you are interested, please send your CV to our mailing list at econ-internship@amazon.com. About the team The JP Economics team is a central science team working across a variety of topics in the JP Retail business and beyond. We work closely with JP business leaders to drive change at Amazon. We focus on solving long-term, ambiguous and challenging problems, while providing advisory support to help solve short-term business pain points. Key topics include pricing, product selection, delivery speed, profitability, and customer experience. We tackle these issues by building novel economic/econometric models, machine learning systems, and high-impact experiments which we integrate into business, financial, and system-level decision making. Our work is highly collaborative and we regularly partner with JP- EU- and US-based interdisciplinary teams. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Seattle, WA, USA
  • US, WA, Seattle
    Job ID: 2611201
    (Updated 5 days ago)
    The JP Economics and Decision Science Team is looking for an Intern Economist with experience in empirical economic analysis to conduct research on the impact evaluation and prediction of marketing campaigns in Amazon Japan's online retail business. The successful candidate will work closely with the team to improve the efficiency of designing marketing campaigns. We are looking for detail-oriented, organized, and responsible individuals who are eager to learn how to work with large and complicated data sets. Knowledge of econometrics and applied microeconomics and familiarity with Stata, R, or Python are necessary. Experience with SQL would be a plus, but not required. These are full-time positions at 40 hours per week, with compensation being awarded on an hourly basis. You will work in a team of economists, data scientists, and engineers and in collaboration with product and finance managers. These skills will translate well into writing applied chapters in your dissertation and provide you with work experience that may help you with placement. Roughly 85% of interns from previous cohorts have converted to full time economics employment at Amazon. If you are interested, please send your CV to our mailing list at econ-internship@amazon.com. Key job responsibilities • Use regression analysis to estimate econometric models and develop forecasting solutions that can predict marketing campaign effectiveness. • Collaborate with other economists and data scientists to validate and refine the econometric models. • Work with product managers and software developers to integrate the forecasting models into the campaign management system. • Monitor the accuracy and effectiveness of the forecasting models and make adjustments as necessary. • Communicate your findings and recommendations to team members and stakeholders. A day in the life - Discussions with business partners, as well as product managers and tech leaders to understand the business problem. - Brainstorming with other scientists and economists to design the right model for the problem in hand. - Present the results and new ideas for existing or forward looking problems to leadership. - Deep dive into the data. - Modeling and creating working prototypes. - Analyze the results and review with partners. About the team We are a team of economists, data scientists, and business intelligence engineers supporting Amazon Japan's Customer Growth and Engagement (CGE) org as the one-stop data science enabler. We use analytical insights and products to empower CGE and align strategic decisions across partner teams (e.g., Operations, Delivery Experience, Pricing). We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Seattle, WA, USA
  • (Updated 5 days ago)
    We are looking for economists who are able to apply economic methods to address business problems. The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, organized, and someone who are eager to learn how to work with large and complicated data sets. Some knowledge of econometrics, as well as basic familiarity with Python is necessary, and experience with SQL would be a plus. These are full-time positions at 40 hours per week, with compensation being awarded on an hourly basis. You will learn to apply econometric analysis to the healthcare and benefits space at Amazon, while collaborating with other economists and scientists. Roughly 85% of previous cohorts have converted to full time economics employment at Amazon. If you are interested, please send your CV to our mailing list at econ-internship@amazon.com. Key job responsibilities Use econometric analysis to understand the key drivers of healthcare costs. Leverage learnings from this analysis and implement a model that estimates the impact of key drivers on healthcare spend for Amazon employees. A day in the life Work with teammates to apply econometric methods to business problems. This might include identifying the appropriate research questions, writing code, or writing and presenting a document with findings to business leaders. About the team The People eXperience and Technology Central Science Team (PXTCS) uses economics, behavioral science, statistics, and machine learning to proactively identify mechanisms and process improvements which simultaneously improve Amazon and the lives, wellbeing, and the value of work to Amazonians. We are an interdisciplinary team that combines the talents of science and engineering to develop and deliver solutions that measurably achieve this goal. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Arlington, VA, USA | Seattle, WA, USA
  • US, WA, Seattle
    Job ID: 2603842
    (Updated 5 days ago)
    We are looking for detail-oriented, organized, and responsible individuals who are eager to learn how to work with large and complicated data sets to solve real-world business problems. Some knowledge of econometrics, as well as basic familiarity with Python is necessary, and experience with SQL would be a plus. This is a full-time position at 40 hours per week, with compensation being awarded on an hourly basis. You will learn how to build data sets and perform applied econometric analysis at Internet speed collaborating with economists, data scientists, and finance managers. These skills will translate well into writing applied chapters in your dissertation and provide you with work experience that may help you with future job market placement. Roughly 85% of interns from previous cohorts have converted to full-time economics employment at Amazon. If you are interested, please send your CV to our mailing list at econ-internship@amazon.com. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: New York City, NY, USA | Seattle, WA, USA
  • US, CA, San Diego
    Job ID: 2601436
    (Updated 5 days ago)
    We are looking for detail-oriented, organized, and responsible individuals who are eager to learn how to work with large and complicated data sets. Some knowledge of econometrics, as well as basic familiarity with Python is necessary, and experience with SQL would be a plus. These are full-time positions at 40 hours per week, with compensation being awarded on an hourly basis. You will learn how to build data sets and perform applied econometric analysis at Internet speed collaborating with economists, scientists, and product managers. These skills will translate well into writing applied chapters in your dissertation and provide you with work experience that may help you with placement. Roughly 85% of previous cohorts have converted to full time economics employment at Amazon. If you are interested, please send your CV to our mailing list at econ-internship@amazon.com. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: San Diego, CA, USA
  • CN, 31, Shanghai
    Job ID: 2590329
    (Updated 29 days ago)
    The AWS Shanghai AI Lab is looking for a passionate, talented, and inventive staff in all AI domains with a strong machine learning background as an Applied Scientist. Founded in 2018, the Shanghai Lab has been an innovation center of for long-term research projects across domains as machine learning, computer vision, natural language processing, and open-source AI system. Meanwhile, these incubated projects power products across various AWS services. As part of the lablet, you will take a leadership role and join a vibrant team with a diverse set of expertise in both machine learning and applicational domains. You will work on state-of-the-art solutions on fundamental research problems with other world-class scientists and engineers in AWS around the globe and across the boarders. You will have the responsibility to design and innovate solutions to our customers. You will build models to tame large amount of data, achieve industry-level scalability and efficiency, and along the way rapidly grow and build the team. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Shanghai, 31, CHN
  • US, WA, Seattle
    Job ID: 2590715
    (Updated 5 days ago)
    We are looking for detail-oriented, organized, and responsible individuals who are eager to learn how to work with large and complicated data sets. Some knowledge of econometrics, as well as basic familiarity with Python is necessary, and experience with SQL and UNIX would be a plus. These are full-time positions at 40 hours per week, with compensation being awarded on an hourly basis. You will learn how to build data sets and perform applied econometric analysis at Internet speed collaborating with economists, scientists, and product managers. These skills will translate well into writing applied chapters in your dissertation and provide you with work experience that may help you with placement. Roughly 85% of previous cohorts have converted to full time economics employment at Amazon. If you are interested, please send your CV to our mailing list at econ-internship@amazon.com. Key job responsibilities Learn the details of both existing LLM frameworks and state of the art causal inference tools leveraged by the Fees Science team. Dive deep into individual business use cases within the fees team. Deliver analyses of high-impact and accuracy that marry causal techniques with natural language prompts and outputs. A day in the life Reading papers in the causal and LLM literature. Deploying models and programming within Unix systems and AWS tools. Designing new experiments and datasets to be run in the framework they will develop, and checking output with scientists and business stakeholders. Writing high quality documentation and code artifacts. About the team Our Fees Science team is a mix of economists, applied scientists, data scientists, and engineers with a 5+ year history of providing scientific solutions within the Amazon fees space. We have had excellent experiences with interns, with multiple full-time offers extended to former interns after graduating. We value diverse backgrounds, rigorous thinking, and scientists who are excited to dive deeply into data and math. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Seattle, WA, USA
  • (Updated 5 days ago)
    This project requires predictive modeling through the application of causal – ML methods to experimental data. We have already identified potential modeling approaches based on random forests, neural nets, and LASSO regressions. This project will allow the intern to show their depth of their knowledge in this area applying these strategies in the context of catalog enrichment initiatives and showing its reliability and robustness. Key job responsibilities We expect the intern to deliver: (1) a six-pager doc describing the problem, method, results, and impact to the business, (2) transfer code to other economists who will continue to work on the project after the internship, (3) meet and interact with business stakeholders, and (4) present their work to scientists working on the impact measurement of catalog enrichment initiatives. About the team Catalog Experimentation and Impact Measurement (CEM) assesses the impact of catalog enrichment initiatives, such as enhancing titles, images, and product descriptions, through customer experiments. We aim to create an ensemble of causal machine learning models to predict the impact of planned enrichment initiatives, aiding in their prioritization and expediting the reporting process. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Seattle, WA, USA
  • US, NY, New York
    Job ID: 2577980
    (Updated 5 days ago)
    Spend the summer applying your macroeconomic insights to solving problems here at Amazon. Applicants should have some knowledge of applied time series and basic familiarity with Python are necessary. Experience with SQL and UNIX would be a plus. These are full-time positions at 40 hours per week, with compensation being awarded on an hourly basis. You will learn how to build data sets and perform applied econometric analysis at Internet speed collaborating with economists, scientists, and product managers. These skills will translate well into writing applied chapters in your dissertation and provide you with work experience that may help you with placement. Roughly 85% of previous cohorts have converted to full time economics employment at Amazon. If you are interested, please send your CV to our mailing list at econ-internship@amazon.com. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Arlington, VA, USA | New York, NY, USA
  • US, WA, Seattle
    Job ID: 2582037
    (Updated 5 days ago)
    We are looking for detail-oriented, organized, and responsible individuals who are eager to learn how to work with large and complicated data sets. Some knowledge of econometrics, as well as basic familiarity with Python is necessary, and experience with SQL and UNIX would be a plus. These are full-time positions at 40 hours per week, with compensation being awarded on an hourly basis. You will learn how to build data sets and perform applied econometric analysis at Internet speed collaborating with economists, scientists, and product managers. These skills will translate well into writing applied chapters in your dissertation and provide you with work experience that may help you with placement. Roughly 85% of interns from previous cohorts have converted to full time economics employment at Amazon. If you are interested, please send your CV to our mailing list at econ-internship@amazon.com. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Seattle, WA, USA

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