Description de l'offre
Amazon Business team is seeking multiple Software Development Engineers who want to disrupt the way business institutions purchase their supplies.
Our team is focused on building solutions to enable B2B customers to research, discover and buy business, industrial and scientific products in large catalogs, across multiple devices, marketplaces and regions. Our customers include individual professionals, businesses and institutions that buy in either high frequency or in bulk quantities. Our customers have different needs than the traditional Amazon retail customer base.
You will be part of a team that is responsible for building a system to enable our business customers procure through Amazon - from the visual interface to the back end services. Specifically you will be working on the pricing technologies as part of this team. You will be working with new technologies that improve usability and increase performance and scalability - latest UX frameworks, parallel processing, rendering and machine learning are just a few examples. This gives you the opportunity to redefine normal for this segment of the market.
In this role, you will help translate business requirements to technical deliverables and deliver robust and operationally stable solution that provides great customer experience. Candidates need to have strong ownership, passion and drive to provide great customer experience and excellent troubleshooting. Experience with building web-based applications and/or web services-based applications will be very applicable and helpful.
· At least 2 years of experience building successful production software systems. and/or developing large scale web applications
· Bachelor's Degree in computer science, engineering, or a related discipline required or 2+ years equivalent work experience
· Proficiency in developing software in at least one modern programming language such as Java, C++, C#
· Experience developing service oriented architectures and an understanding of design for scalability, performance and reliability