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Are you excited about powering Amazon’s physical stores’ expansion through economic models? Do you thrive in a fast-moving, innovative environment that values data-driven decision making and sound scientific practices? We are looking for PhD Economists to build the next level of economic models that will help Amazon physical stores grow and succeed.Our team is responsible for building the core intelligence, insights, and algorithms that support the real estate acquisition strategies for Amazon physical stores. We are tackling cutting-edge, complex problems such as predicting the optimal location for new Amazon stores by bringing together numerous data assets from disparate sources inside and outside of Amazon, and using best-in-class modelling solutions to extract the most information out of them.You will have a proven track-record of delivering measurable benefit to business through strategic analysis, model building, and/or development of new software. You will be comfortable handling complex economic problems and making the right modeling tradeoffs by applying strong economic reasoning. You will be able to break down complex information and insights into clear and concise language and be comfortable presenting your findings to audiences with a broad range of backgrounds.Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.
US, MN, Virtual Location - Minnesota
Global Talent Management (GTM) is centrally responsible for creating and evolving Amazon’s human capital and talent programs and processes.People Science Team within GTM is a growing start-up team with direct impact on Amazonians across all of our businesses and locations around the world. We play a crucial role in ensuring top notch data products and insights facilitate our growth and development of talent in intelligent and curious ways. We regularly use data to pitch ideas and drive conversations with Amazon’s Senior Vice President of HR and other executives about how to improve existing talent programs to solve organizational problems focused on (but not limited to) talent differentiation, talent movement, employee-role matching, product integration, promotion practices, organization design and succession planning, and diversity and inclusion, or invent new ones that address the evolving needs of our diverse employee base.We are looking for a self-driven Economist to help shape analytics and research roadmap and enable data-driven innovation that fuel our rapidly scaling talent management mission. You will build econometric models, using our world class data systems, and apply economic theory to solve business problems in a fast moving environment. Economists at GTM will be expected to develop new techniques to process large data sets, apply a causal lens to the framework, address ambiguous business problems, and contribute to design of automated systems around the company.You will partner closely with product and program owners, as well as scientists and engineers from other disciplines (e.g. data science, software engineers, data engineering) with a clear path to business impact. You develop innovative and even frighteningly bold plans and ideas to discover new ways to advance our goals. You will be expected to be a thought leader as we chart new courses with our rapidly growing employee populations, and lead the way in experimenting new ideas that have not yet been explored.Key Responsibilities:· Participate in scoping and planning of GTM’s Science roadmap· Uncover drivers, impacts, and key influences on talent outcomes· Build new econometric models to improve existing talent products or those that make the case for new products· Bring a causal lens to questions in human resources employing either experiments or non-experimental approaches· Develop predictive and optimization models for key applications· Navigate a variety of data sources, such as enterprise data, customize surveys, focus groups, and/or external data sources· Ability to distill informal customer requirements into problem definitions, dealing with ambiguity and competing objectives· Work in expert cross-functional teams delivering on demanding projects
US, WA, Seattle
The DAC AdsEcon Team is looking for an experienced PhD economist. You will lead science projects using cutting edge econometrics and ML especially causal inference technique to measure effectiveness of online advertisements.Advertising is used daily to surface new selection and provide customers a wider set of product choices along their shopping journeys. The business is focused on generating value for shoppers as well as advertisers. Our team uses a combination of econometrics, machine learning, and data science to build disruptive products for all our Advertising products. We also generate insights to guide Amazon Advertising strategy, providing direct support to senior leadership.
US, WA, Seattle
Amazon.com strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover anything they want to buy online. We hire the world's brightest minds, offering them a fast paced, technologically sophisticated and friendly work environment.Economists at Amazon will be expected to work directly with our Chief Economists and senior management on key business problems. Amazon economists will apply the frontier of economic thinking to market design, pricing, forecasting, program evaluation, online advertising and other areas. You will build econometric models, using our world class data systems, and apply economic theory to solve business problems in a fast moving environment. Economists at Amazon will be expected to develop new techniques to process large data sets, address quantitative problems, and contribute to design of automated systems around the company.
US, MO, Virtual Location - Missouri
Are you passionate about conducting research to improve people’s lives? Would you like to impact more than one million Amazonians globally and improve their employee experience? If so, you should consider joining Organizational Research and Measurement (ORM) for World Wide Consumer Talent. Our goal is to be the best and most diverse workforce in the world. ORM uses science, research and technology to optimize employee experience and performance across the full employee lifecycle, from first contact through exit.We are looking for outstanding economists to join a new team that focuses on the economic issues of more than one million associates at Amazon. Ideal candidates will work with data scientists and data engineers to frame ambiguous and complex business problems into specific scientific questions, design experiments and develop models using large scale data, and transform the insights into improved policies and products at scale. Ideal candidates should have strong business acumen, practical technical skills in causal inference, and be able to communicate the insights to multiple audiences (e.g., scientific peers, functional teams and business leaders).
US, WA, Seattle
LOCATION: Seattle, WAMULTIPLE POSITIONS AVAILABLE1) Work with the chief economist and/or senior management on key business problems faced in retail, international retail, cloud computing, third party merchants, search, Kindle, streaming video, and/or operations.2) Apply the frontier of economic thinking to market design, pricing, forecasting, program evaluation, online advertising, and other areas.3) Build econometric models using data systems.4) Apply economic theory to solve business problems.5) Develop new techniques to process large data sets, address quantitative problems, and contribute to design of automated systems.6) Apply tools from applied micro-econometrics (e.g. experimental design, difference-in-difference, regression discontinuity, and IV) and forecasting (essential time series models).7) Leverage big data tools for data extraction.8) Write up and present analysis for distribution to various levels of management at Amazon.#0000
US, WA, Seattle
Have you ever ordered a product on Amazon and when that box with the smile arrives you wonder how it got to you so fast? Wondered where it came from and how much it would have cost Amazon? If so, Amazon’s Supply Chain Optimization Technologies (SCOT) team is for you. We build systems to peer into the future and estimate the distribution of tens of millions of products every week to Amazon’s warehouses in the most cost-effective way. When customers place orders, our systems use real time, large scale optimization techniques to optimally choose where to ship from and how to consolidate multiple orders so that customers get their shipments on time or faster with the lowest possible transportation costs. This team is focused on saving hundreds of millions of dollars using cutting edge science, machine learning, and scalable distributed software on the Cloud that automates and optimizes inventory and shipments to customers under the uncertainty of demand, pricing and supply.Fulfillment-by-Amazon (FBA) Inventory Technology (FIT) at Amazon’s Supply Chain Optimization Technologies (SCOT) focuses on driving long term free cash flow by automating and optimizing our third-party supply chain. The team’s efforts will address the key challenges facing the worldwide FBA Seller business, including 1) improving FBA Seller inventory efficiency, 2) efficiently balancing the supply and demand of FBA Seller capacity, 3) closing worldwide selection gap by enabling global selling profitability, and 4) driving out costs across the FBA supply chain to spin the flywheel. This is truly a unique problem space – optimizing for inventory in Amazon’s pipeline when you don’t control the process or own the inventory.FIT is looking for a result driven Economist to join its science team in Seattle. The position offers an opportunity to apply the frontier of econometrics and economic theory to market design, pricing, forecasting, program evaluation, and other areas. You will work closely with other research scientists, machine learning experts, and economists to build econometric models, using our world class data systems, and apply economic theory to solve business problems in a fast-moving environment. Economists at Amazon will be expected to develop new techniques to process large data sets, address quantitative problems, and contribute to design of automated systems around the company.If you are a visionary with a passion for seeing economic principles come alive in large datasets, apply today! We will consider strong candidates with more experience for senior economist (L6) position.
US, IL, Virtual Location - Illinois
The Amazon Devices organization designs, builds and markets Kindle e-readers, Fire Tablets, Fire TV Streaming Media Players and Echo devices. The Device Economics team is looking for an Economist to join our fast paced, start-up environment to help invent the future of product economics. We solve significant business problems in the devices and retail spaces by understanding customer behavior and developing business decision-making frameworks.You will build econometric and machine learning models for causal inference and prediction, using our world class data systems, and apply economic theory to solve business problems in a fast-moving environment. This involves analyzing Amazon Devices customer behavior, and measuring and predicting the lifetime value of existing and future products. We build scalable systems to ensure that our models have broad applicability and large impact. You will work with Scientists, Economists, Product Managers, and Software Developers to provide meaningful feedback about stakeholder problems to inform business solutions and increase the velocity, quality, and scope behind our recommendations.
US, NY, New York
Amazon’s Advertising Analytics and Insights (A&I) professional service team owns the professional services for advanced analytics and insight across our advertiser success team. They produce advanced analytics and deliver service to some of Amazon’s largest and most sophisticated advertisers. With a broad mandate to experiment and innovate, the A&I team is growing with a seemingly endless range of new opportunities.The A&I professional service team is looking for a motivated and experienced economist to own, develop and lead the application of economic models, research and narrative in the creation of bespoke and scaled advertiser insights so that A&I can produce the research that Marketing can deliver to the world.This economist will work directly with senior management, sales, marketing, and A&I team members on key business problems facing advertisers. The role allows you to influence advertising insight strategy by applying the frontier of economic thinking in statistical models, customer behavior and other areas. You will develop new techniques to process large data sets, use econometric models and methods to address complex advertiser requests, design and test hypothesis on customer pain points, develop experiments, and contribute to the design of scalene and bespoke insights. These insights will be translated into high-quality, actionable insights in the forms of white papers, seminars, case studies and other artifacts to inform, educate and inspire advertisers (small or large alike) to be successful marketers using Amazon Advertising.Overview of Responsibilities:· Provide data-driven guidance and recommendations on strategic questions for calculating downstream customer behavior.· Design experiments and define and analyze success metrics.· Identify opportunities/tests that drives scaled and bespoke discovery, support new customer acquisition or analyses with the end goal to drive growth.· Conduct, direct, and coordinate all phases of research projects, demonstrating skill in all stages of the analysis process, including defining key research questions, recommending measures, working with multiple data sources, evaluating methodology and design, executing analysis plans, interpreting and communicating results.· Partner with content and strategy leadership to develop a roadmap of key analytical questions for creators.· Conceptualize and deliver analytical, data-driven solutions to those key questions, in original analyses and in partnership.· Produce data-driven recommendations to augment our content strategy and maximize value for customers and creators.Location: Open to candidates in the US and Europe.
US, CA, Culver City
Prime Video is an industry leading, high-growth business and a critical driver of Amazon Prime subscriptions, which contributes to customer loyalty and lifetime value. Prime Video is a digital video streaming and download service that offers Amazon customers the ability to rent, purchase or subscribe to a huge catalog of videos. The Prime Video and Music Economist team is looking for a Senior Economist to support strategic projects in the Amazon Video business. Amazon Video provides value to our customers as both a key Prime membership benefit and separately as a retail outlet for digital downloads and streams of top TV and Movie titles.As an economist focusing on Amazon Video, you will be responsible for understanding the value that the business creates for our customers and to develop new, disruptive innovations to grow global Prime Video usage and customer value. This role requires an individual with strong quantitative modeling skills and the ability to apply statistical/machine learning, econometric, and experimental design methods to large amount of individual level data. The candidate should have strong communication skills, be able to work closely with stakeholders and translate data-driven findings into actionable insights. The successful candidate will be a self-starter comfortable with ambiguity, with strong attention to detail and ability to work in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment.The candidate's responsibilities will include:· Build scalable analytic solutions using state of the art tools based on large datasets· Build econometric models, conduct statistical/machine learning analyses, or design experiments to measure the value of the business and its many features· Partner closely with Business, Finance, Science, and Tech partners to build prototypes and implement production solutions· Independently identify new opportunities for leveraging economic insights and models in the Video business· Develop and execute product workplans from concept, prototype to production incorporating feedback from customers, scientists and business leaders· Write both technical white papers and business-facing documents to clearly explain complex technical concepts to audiences with diverse business/scientific backgrounds
US, NY, New York
Amazon Advertising seeks an Economist to help develop models to measure marketing strategies that drive advertiser value and impact our financial performance. We are looking for a motivated candidate who has operated successfully in a fast-paced, global, results-oriented environment and has the ability to influence the decisions of senior business leaders through effective verbal and written communication, logical reasoning, and the presentation of analyses. The successful candidate will collaborate closely with business teams to help execute and shape our strategy.If you enjoy using Econometric methods to shape strategy and build new initiatives from concept to full-scale operations this will be a good match. We are looking for a highly motivated individual to develop deep industry understanding, create new models measuring the performance of marketing insights, analyze customer acquisition and retention strategies to maximize revenue, and provide guidance for prioritization and decision-making. This position will collaborate with business leaders on a daily basis and will contribute to overall analysis during our operating cycle plans, business reviews, and provide business insights into key initiatives.The successful candidate will be a self-starter who is comfortable with ambiguity; dives deep into data to find key relationships, creates models to better understand and forecast processes, is detail oriented and has the ability to work well with cross-functional teams including marketing, account management, other finance teams, and senior leaders.
US, WA, Seattle
Compensation Science is building economic models and algorithms from the ground up to design and scale pay for hundreds of thousands of Amazon employees worldwide. The fast-growing, interdisciplinary team is working at the intersection of economics, machine learning, and product development.We are looking for an Economist who is able to provide structure to ambiguous, complex business problems, conduct causal econometric analysis, work with engineers to launch science models in product, and measure the impact of policy changes.This role will build and operationalize econometric models for new compensation products owned by the team and initiate high impact projects in the compensation and benefits space. Economists at Amazon have access to engineering and econometric tools and opportunities to learn new econometric and machine learning methods from world-class scholars.Responsibilities:· Own the development of economic models and econometric analysis· Assist in the delivery of automated, scalable analytic models· Work collaboratively with economists, scientists, and engineers on the team and across the HR organization· Interpret and communicate results to global business stakeholders
US, WA, Seattle
The Research and Measurement team in Amazon Operations HR is seeking an Economist to innovate at the unique intersection of employee experience data, operational metrics, and HR data. With a scientific HR organization and the growth trajectory of WW Operations, you will support new research areas that can shape our future.We are looking for motivated economists with strong analytical skills who can partner with research and data scientists. and business owners across organizational boundaries to measure the impact of experiments and nudges and recommend appropriate actions.Major responsibilities include:· Managing global-scale research initiatives across multiple business segments that impact leaders in our organization· Developing and evaluating measurement and causal models that effectively identify associate experiences, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors that play a role in determining business outcomes including retention, safety, quality, engagement, and productivity.· Ability to query complex data from multiple sources, data cleaning, and advanced statistical analysis.· Provide technical supports for designing and measuring randomized experiment.· Interpret data, writing reports, and make actionable recommendation.
US, CA, San Diego
EconomistThe North American Consumer Economics team uses Economics, Statistics, and Machine Learning to understand and design the complex economy of Amazon’s network of buyers and sellers. We are an interdisciplinary team, committed to use of cutting edge technology and leveraging the strengths of engineers and scientists to build solutions for some of the toughest business problems at Amazon.We are looking for an outstanding Economist who is able to provide structure around complex business problems, work with machine learning scientists to estimate and validate their models on large scale data, and who can help business and tech partners turn the results of their analysis into policies, programs, and actions that have a major impact on Amazon’s business. We are looking for creative thinkers who can combine a strong economic toolbox with a desire to learn from others, and who know how to execute and deliver on big ideas.In this role, we expect you be able to own the development of economic models and to manage, in close collaboration with scientists and engineers, the data analysis, modeling, and experimentation that is necessary for estimating and validating your model. You will need to work with our business partners to communicate the properties of your analysis/modeling and be able to work to incorporate their feedback and requests into your project. Experience in applied economic analysis is essential, and you should be familiar with modern tools for data science and business analysis.We are particularly interested in candidates with research background in applied microeconomics, empirical IO, Marketing, Finance, applied econometrics, and market design. However, we want to talk with any experienced economist with an interest in working on an interest in working on innovative, strategic problems with significant business impact.
US, WA, Seattle
The Human Resources Central Science Team (HRCS) is a newly-formed, central team that uses data-driven methods to identify, measure and deploy mechanisms that support Amazon’s workforce – from skills development to new, meaningful, and impactful employee benefits. We are an interdisciplinary team that combines the talents of economics and engineering to develop and deliver solutions that measurably improve the well-being of Amazonians.We are looking for an economist with expertise in applying causal inference, experimental design, or causal machine learning techniques to topics in labor, personnel, education, health, public, or behavioral economics. We are particularly interested in candidates with experience applying these skills to strategic problems with significant business and/or social policy impact.Candidates will work with economists and engineers to estimate and validate their models on large scale data, and will help business partners turn the results of their analysis into policies, programs, and actions that have a major impact on Amazon’s business and its workforce. We are looking for creative thinkers who can combine a strong economic toolbox with a desire to learn from others, and who know how to execute and deliver on big ideas.You will conduct, direct, and coordinate all phases of research projects, including defining key research questions, developing models, designing and implementing appropriate data collection methods, executing analysis plans, and communicating results. You will earn trust from our business partners by collaborating with them to define key research questions, communicate scientific approaches and findings, listen to and incorporate their feedback, and deliver successful solutions.
US, NY, New York
Amazon.com strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover anything they want to buy online. We hire the world's brightest minds, offering them a fast paced, technologically sophisticated and friendly work environment.Economists at Amazon will be expected to work directly with our Chief Economists and senior management on key business problems faced in retail, international retail, cloud computing, third party merchants,search, Kindle, streaming video, and operations. Amazon economists will apply the frontier of economic thinking to market design, pricing, forecasting, program evaluation, online advertising and other areas. You will build econometric models, using our world class data systems, and apply economic theory to solve business problems in a fast moving environment. Economists at Amazon will be expected to develop new techniques to process large data sets, address quantitative problems, and contribute to design of automated systems around the company.Where will Amazon's growth come from in the next year? What about over the next five? What are the drivers and factors of such growth? Are we investing enough in our infrastructure, or too much? How do our customers react to changes in prices, product selection, or delivery times? These are among the most important questions at Amazon today. The Forecasting team in the Supply Chain Optimization Technologies (SCOT) organization is dedicated to answering these questions using quantitative and statistical methods. We develop cutting edge data pipelines, build accurate predictive models, and deploy automated software solutions to provide forecasting insights to business leaders at the most senior levels throughout the company.
US, WA, Seattle
The Human Resources Central Science Team (HRCS) is a newly-formed, central team that uses data-driven methods to identify, measure and deploy mechanisms that support Amazon’s workforce – from skills development to new, meaningful, and impactful employee benefits. We are an interdisciplinary team that combines the talents of economics and engineering to develop and deliver solutions that measurably improve the well-being of Amazonians.We are looking for an economist with expertise in applying causal inference, experimental design, or causal machine learning techniques to topics in labor, personnel, education, health, public, or behavioral economics. We are particularly interested in candidates with experience applying these skills to strategic problems with significant business and/or social policy impact.Candidates will work with economists and engineers to estimate and validate their models on large scale data, and will help business partners turn the results of their analysis into policies, programs, and actions that have a major impact on Amazon’s business and its workforce. We are looking for creative thinkers who can combine a strong economic toolbox with a desire to learn from others, and who know how to execute and deliver on big ideas.Ideal candidates will own key inputs to all stages of research projects, including model development, survey administration, experimental design, and data analysis. They will be customer-centric, working closely with business partners to define key research questions, communicate scientific approaches and findings, listen to and incorporate partner feedback, and deliver successful solutions.
US, VA, Arlington
Looking for an Economist career at a company that seeks to be Earth’s most customer-centric company? If so, why not consider joining Amazon!Are you passionate about leveraging data to deliver actionable insights that impacts the daily business decisions at Amazon? Does the prospect of dealing with large data excite you? Do you like getting "scrappy" with data to answer challenging product and customer behavior and forecasting questions? Do you enjoy building flexible, robust, performant economic/econometrics solutions for complex financial and business problems? If so, here is a great opportunity to consider!Global Accounts Receivable Science (GARDA-Sci) is seeking an outstanding Economist/Applied Economist who combines her/his technical expertise with business intuition to build flexible, performant, and global solutions for complex financial and business problems. You will generate critical insights to set the strategic direction to invent the future of Accounts Receivable at Amazon.As an Economist on the GARDA-Sci team, you will design and build economic solutions and systems that support financial products and business problems. You will work closely with other economists, business partners, software and data engineers, and data scientists to conduct rigorous empirical economic research and analysis which leads to scalable solutions that deliver exceptional value for our customers. You will utilize intellectual and technical capabilities, problem solving and analytical skills, and excellent communication to deliver customer value.The mission of Global Accounts Receivable is to foster positive interaction with our customers and optimise Free Cash Flow by improving the scale, speed, accuracy and productivity of the order-to-cash (O2C) cycle. We design O2C processes accordingly. The charter of the Data Science team is to maximize Amazon’s return on our receivables investment, Free Cash Flow, and customer satisfaction. We accomplish this by applying advanced statistical methods and empirical analysis to predict and evaluate customer behaviour. We provide data-driven recommendations to senior business leaders to optimize the O2C cycle in terms of policies, process and systems. We are looking for a talented and passionate Economist who can help us develop reliable, scalable, economic/econometric solutions on a variety of business problems including, specifically, to improve risk management of our portfolio.Responsibilities:You will use necessary technical methods and conduct analyses to derive insights that are critical to business success. You will be responsible for researching insights as well as educating the business on the implementation of those insights to enable data-driven decision making.Amazon economists will apply the frontier of economic thinking to identify optimization opportunities. You will build econometric models, using our world class data systems, and apply economic theory to maximize free cash flow in a fast moving environment. Economists at Amazon will be expected to develop new techniques to process large data sets, address quantitative problems, and contribute to design of automated systems around the company.
US, WA, Seattle
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is obsessed with ensuring the success of our customers. To this end, AWS is learning how to best train, compensate, and deploy its large and growing global salesforce. Which payment plans lead to good customer outcomes in the long run? What type of training – and how much – helps drive opportunity creation and win rate? What customers would benefit most from the help of an AWS expert? These are the types of questions our team seeks to answer.AWS is hiring an economist specializing in program evaluation / reduced form causal analysis to help estimate the impact of – and then optimize – different compensation, training, and assignment programs. While causal analysis is our bread and butter, we see opportunities for those who have (or are willing to invest in building) broad skillsets. If you have an EIO or forecasting background, we’d love to talk.Job Locations: Seattle, WA
US, WA, Seattle
The Director of Economic Value for Amazon Devices and Services (Amazon Devices) is charged with building scientific products and processes to measure and drive the long-term flywheel value of Amazon Devices for product line (PL) resource allocation, profitability prediction in product development, and merchandising and monetization optimization. This is a critical role whose vision and leadership will have broad impact on business priorities and decisions in Amazon Devices.The Amazon Devices business builds and promotes Amazon first-party consumer electronics products to delight customers. The broad product portfolio includes Kindle, FireTV, Fire Tablet, Echo, Ring, and eero devices that meet diverse customer needs including entertainment, Alexa audio assistant, home security, and wifi access. The portfolio is dynamic with new product launches, and complementary with increased connection and utility from multiple devices and supplemental subscription services. Together, these durable products and services drive a flywheel business where long-term customer benefits yield greater device engagement, demand for related devices, and broader purchasing behavior with Amazon.The Devices Economic Value team is the Amazon team that leads scientific measurement of customer behavioral responses to devices, and the flywheel value to Amazon. The team owns three areas: 1) long-term value – methods to scientifically measure and forecast lifetime value lift for devices customers, and the data systems to report and embed results in financial processes; (ii) Customer engagement value: methods and systems to measure and report revenue and profitability lift from increased device engagement, for use in monetization and merchandising processes; and (iii) New product profitability: predicting lifetime value of future products for use in new product development decision making. The team achieves impact through methods innovation, analytic studies, and integration with business-facing tools.The Devices Economic Value team needs a leader to build on existing successes to scale and advance the team and team outputs to address the increasing complexity of the space. The increased complementary of products and the expanding product offering affect the capacity to measuring long-term effects reliably, accurately, and actionably. New opportunities could include experimentation, recommendation systems for merchandising, and product feature optimization for long-term value creation. The space needs a visionary leader interested in tackling these strategic science problems, and building products to embed insights in business decisions and processes.This role will work closely with Amazon Devices executive leadership in finance and product to help shape our organizational investment strategies through science roadmaps. In addition, this is a strategic cross-org role that will collaborate in Amazon-wide initiatives to advance and standardize economic measurement of durable goods. The role is high visibility and high impact. The ideal candidate must have excellent communication skills (verbal and written), and be passionate about advancing science for business and customer impact.Amazon is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status. For individuals with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation, please visit https://www.amazon.jobs/en/disability/us