BI Manager, AWS People Analytics, AWS People Analytics

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Location: Melbourne

Job Type: Full time


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Job summary
Are you someone who likes to work at the intersection of business and tech? Are you the type to roll up your sleeves and dive headfirst into data? Do you like challenging the status quo and breaking convention? If so, come join the team as the Business Intel Engineer for Global AWS People Analytics.

Key job responsibilities
  • Hire and Build a BI team with like minded and motivated individuals.
  • Work backwards from the key AWS business problems to build data visualizations of people metrics
  • Partner with product managers to design the ideal user experience from question to data discovery to insight to action. Help us move from merely reporting the news to automating the action plan
  • Define the roadmap and vision for the team in APJC.

A day in the life
The Business Intelligence Manager role is responsible for reshaping how the business thinks about its people metrics in the APJC region. You will hire and build the BI team and set the vision for the APJC region reporting. You will come in and establish relationships across the business and HR to pinpoint specific metrics and insights that are actionable and provide business impact, and then build self-service dashboards and tools to put the right data and insights into the hands of HR and business leaders at the right time.

About the team
The AWS People Analytics organization is a critical piece of the AWS business flywheel. We are the curators of people data for the industry leaders in cloud computing and are responsible for providing the right metrics and insights to help the business develop its employees and scale its workforce. With AWS being a pioneer in the cloud computing industry, we get to answer challenging questions that have never been encountered before. The work we do enables leaders to make industry-shaking decisions based upon insights we must generate. We also have a great responsibility to treat this data as sacred and be best in class with our data security principles.


  • 5+ Years of experience working with data in an analytical sense
  • 3+ Years of building and managing teams
  • 5+ Years of data visualization building experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics, Information Systems, Data Analytics, or related technical/engineering field
  • Excellent writing and communication skills


  • Ability to hire and mentor engineers.
  • Working knowledge of AWS tech stack. Glue, Redshift, S3, Quicksight, and Sagemaker will be used regularly in this role
  • Experience influencing business leaders and executives to think differently
  • Experience working directly with business owners across various regions with Asia Pacific, Japan and China (APJC)
  • Experience testing causal arguments against historical datasets
  • Experience documenting technical/data systems for technical and business leaders
  • Master’s Degree in technical or engineering field

Acknowledgement of country:
In the spirit of reconciliation Amazon acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

IDE statement:
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, disability, age, or other legally protected attributes.
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