The Amazon EU Student Programmes Team is looking for ambitious interns to join the Business Development Internship. Interns will join into either Amazon Advertising or Merchant Services Business. Interns should be available for a 2020 start date for a period of at least 3 months.
Amazon is working to be the most customer-centric company on earth. At Amazon Advertising, interns will work at the intersection of advertising and e-commerce. You will gain a deep understanding of Amazon’s display advertising products as well as technical and operational capabilities.
You’ll learn when and how to create custom opportunities, and you’ll help account managers create compelling presentations for clients. Amazon Merchant Services covers all third-party merchants’ activity related to selling on Amazon as well as the specific services and products. As an intern, you will be responsible for helping account managers to deliver new business growth across Amazon’s third party merchants.
Interns will build an understanding of customer pain points, identify target accounts using market data and industry intelligence. Additionally, interns will learn Advertising or Merchant Services portfolio and the Amazon culture. Interns will work with different parts of the Amazon business to implement improvement projects, including working with category teams, product teams, and technical support teams.
The application process is ongoing.
Eligible candidates will be invited to attend an online assessment and successful candidates will be invited to attend a video interview. The final stage of the selection process will be a virtual assessment center based on 2 video interviews. This selection process is fully virtual.
- Third semester of their Bachelor’s degree or Master’s program
- Fluency in German and English
- Preferred qualifications include excellent communications and presentation skills, experience working with clients, and a second European language
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