PLEASE NOTE: This role can be located at any of the U.S. East Coast Amazon HQ or London Amazon HQ.

The Social Responsibility program drives customer trust and business continuity by ensuring respect for the rights of workers throughout Amazon’s supply chain and operations. We uphold company standards and expectations (such as our Supplier Code of Conduct), and seek to constantly improve the tools and processes that we use in doing so.

We are looking for a Principal Risk Manager to manage internal business relationships, sitting at the intersection of Amazon’s operations businesses and the Social Responsibility (SR) team. The Principal Risk Manager will support multiple complex relationships across the company, and be tasked to address new business issues as they arise by working within the SR team to translate problems and integrate effective solutions with an eye toward automation, scalability, and efficiency. You will be expected to handle both day-to-day issues and longer term, global, and program-wide strategies and initiatives. The Principal Risk Manager will be a major player in key program developments across our team, including communicating industry initiatives, and working with external stakeholders to manage Amazon’s growing and diverse supply chain. The Principal Risk Manager will be responsible for influencing without authority broadly across Amazon.


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience defining program requirements and using data and metrics to determine improvements
  • 10+ years of experience delivering cross functional projects
  • 10+ years of experience in program or project management
  • 10+ years of experience working cross functionally with tech and non-tech teams
  • 5+ years of experience managing human trafficking/forced labor/modern slavery policy or program development
  • 5+ years of experience working in an international context
  • 5+ years of experience working in operations, transportation, logistics, and/or procurement functions


  • Master’s Degree in law, public policy, business, sustainability, or similar graduate degree
  • Experience working in Asia or on Asia-focused programs/issues
  • Experience working on (or demonstrated passion for) forced labor/human trafficking/modern slavery, human rights, labor rights, multi-stakeholder initiatives, international development, labor rights training, or social responsibility
  • Relentlessly high standards combined with strong bias for action

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