Operations Research Scientist at Amazon

Operations Research Scientist Details

Nov. 26, 2018, 5:04 a.m.
Research Science
Seattle, Washington
Global Sourcing team Amazon’s Global Sourcing
Are you up to the task of delivering innovative solutions that manages a supply chain of millions of unique products involving hundreds of thousands of suppliers and tens of millions of customers around the world? Amazon’s Global Sourcing team is looking for Operations Research Scientists to build Amazon’s next generation of inventory planning and supply chain solutions. We are part of Supply Chain Optimization Technologies (SCOT): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncwsr1Of6Cw and feature=youtu.be Our systems use real time, large scale optimization techniques to automatically procure and source the product from suppliers and optimize the flow of goods across the supply chain to minimize the cost and lead time for customers. Our 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 supply chain under the uncertainty of demand, pricing and supply. Our systems are built

• PhD in operations research, management science, statistics, engineering, mathematics, or computer science and 3-5 years of related work experience • Build quantitative mathematical models to represent a wide range of supply chain, transportation and logistics systems. • Ability to develop system prototypes. • Interact with various software and business groups to develop an understanding of their business requirements and operational processes. • Implement the models and tools through the use of modeling languages and by engineering code in software languages. • Perform quantitative, economic,
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