• Enterprise Account Manager - Central Government Accounts

    Location UK-London
    Posted Date 8 months ago(8 months ago)
    Job ID
    Amazon Web Services UK Limited
  • Job Description

    Would you like to be part of a team focused on increasing adoption of AWS business by engaging in enterprise accounts? Do you have the business savvy and the technical background necessary to help establish Amazon as a key technology platform provider?
    As an Enterprise Account Manager you will have the exciting opportunity to help promote the growth and shape the future of an emerging technology. Your responsibility will be to increase the market penetration of AWS business in the enterprise accounts in Central Government.
    The ideal candidate will possess both a business and technical background that enables them to engage an account at the CXO level as well as with software developers and IT architects. He/she should also be a self-starter who is prepared to develop and execute against a territory coverage plan.
    Roles & Responsibilities

    • Promote AWS services in the UK Government

    • Propose and execute against a comprehensive account/territory plan.

    • Create & articulate compelling value propositions around AWS services.

    • Facilitate customer adoption.

    • Maintain a robust projects pipeline.

    • Work with partners to extend reach & promote adoption.

    • Contribute to positive customer experience.

    Basic Qualifications

    • Significant account management experience in the IT industry.

    • BA/BS degree or eqivalent experience required

    • A technical background in engineering, computer science, or MIS a plus.

    • Direct field experience in working with global enterprise accounts.

    • Strong verbal and written communications skills.

    • Fluent in English

    Preferred Qualifications

    • MBA qualification is a plus.

    • Security clearance advantageous

    • A technical background in engineering, computer science, or MIS is beneficial.
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