External Job description
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.
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) leverages Amazon’s global fulfillment and customer service network for third party sellers who want to grow their business on and off Amazon.com. FBA enables customers to take advantage of Free Super Saver Shipping and Amazon Prime on third party items, while sellers can focus on selling rather than shipping. In a very real way, we simplify online shopping for customers and sellers.
The EU FBA team is currently looking for an analytical, forward-thinking Business Analyst to join our growing FBA business at our European headquarters in the vibrant city of Luxembourg.
The candidate is expected to leverage the latest in data analysis and predictive modeling techniques to enhance the pricing strategy for the EU FBA business. The individual will be responsible for developing quantitative models to improve our understanding of seller cost and seller behavior. Responsibilities include analysis of large datasets, identification of trends and patterns, development of insights for key business decisions, and sizing of top line and bottom line impacts of alternative pricing strategies. The candidate should be comfortable working with ambiguous data. The role requires partnering closely with Product Management, Finance, Sales, Marketing, and Supply Chain on a day-to-day basis and across multiple locations.
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a diverse and multicultural country located in the heart of Europe, bordered by France, Belgium and Germany, with a total population of around half a million. Luxembourg has Luxembourgish, French and German as national languages, with English spoken by the many expatriates and most locals. Luxembourg is known for banking, steel and a number of EU institutions plus an increasing number of technology-centric organizations. Luxembourg boasts a rich cultural scene and a high standard of living. Responsibilities
- Lead quantitative analysis in collaboration with product managers to develop pricing models and recommendations for existing services or new features
- Develop reports to understand Sellers’ behaviors related to pricing changes
- Manage projects from start to finish including data gathering and manipulation, synthesis and modeling, problem solving, and communication of insights and recommendations