Description de l'offre
Supply Chain Optimization Technologies (SCOT) optimizes Amazon's global supply chain end to end and build systems to deliver billions of products to our customers' doorsteps faster every year while saving hundreds of millions of dollars using science, machine learning, and scalable distributed software on the Cloud. Inbound Flow Authority (IFA) team within SCOT is looking for an experienced Software Development Engineer to innovate existing and build new technologies that optimize the inbound flow of inventory for Amazon.
Our performance improvements are not text-based. How do you increase the throughput under the physical constraints for Fulfilment Centers? Can you build systems that also bring process change on how we receive inventory?
This is a high-impact space packed with challenging problems involving complex systems and very smart people - our systems handle the inbound flow of all orders that are fulfilled by Amazon Fulfilment Centers.
As SDE in the IFA team, you will work with talented peers of SDEs to build a robust engineering platform, develop novel algorithms and modeling techniques to solve high impact challenges. If you are customer obsessed, self-driven, tenacious and analytical individual with a flair for machine learning, you will have fun solving our business problems of unprecedented scale.
This is a unique chance to become an owner of part of Amazon's business-critical supply chain pipeline!
· BS/MS degree in Computer Science or equivalent
· 3+ years of industry code development in object-oriented languages like C++ and Java
· 3+ years of experience building high performance, high availability and scalable applications
· Solid experience of testing and a passion for producing high-quality code
· Solid background in algorithms and data structures
· Excellent communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a cross-functional team to create exceptional value
· Familiar with Linux (Or Unix) environment
· Able to learn quickly and dive deeply to diagnose the root cause of problems
· Able to develop code independently or as part of a pair programming team