This role can be based in Amsterdam or London
AWS is seeking a world class sales professional to manage our global customer relationship with one of the world's largest Oil & Gas companies.
The Global Account Manager (GAM) will be responsible for providing global business leadership and management of this global account.
You will build and maintain key relationships, develop and manage opportunities, monitor deployment projects and engage virtual resources.
You will define a CXO relationship strategy, including engaging with AWS senior leadership team for executive sponsorships, coordinating executive business reviews, and maintaining customer satisfaction.
Responsibilities : The GAM is responsible for teaming with the customer’s Business & IT Organizations to build strategic relationships across the account, articulating a clear vision and generating enthusiasm, while impacting all business groups.
The GAM is responsible for selling at the most strategic level within the account and implementing a broad strategy for earning customer acceptance and service implementation.
The GAM will work with all appropriate AWS resources (Executives, Solution Architects, Business Development, Marketing, Partners, Support, Service teams and Professional Services) to support customer interests.
This includes dotted line responsibility for downstream sales and technical resources that may be geographically distributed.
Development of formal case studies and other forms of references highlighting activity and workloads running on AWS is core to the role.
Experience as the account manager for a global federated enterprise working with multiple business units and influencing governance and policy is a plus.
A BA or BS degree in computer science, engineering, business, marketing, or related field (MBA preferred) and a minimum of 10+ years of enterprise selling experience in large global accounts.
and, establishing credibility quickly with senior level executives across the organizations. A strong understanding of AWS and / or technology as a service (Iaas, SaaS, PaaS) would be preferred but not required.