Description de l'offre
Come help us build the next generation of the Digital Commerce platform at Amazon! The Subscriptions Platform team is seeking an amazing developer to help architect, design, and build improvements to mission critical systems that power customer subscriptions at Amazon. The Subscriptions Platform handles the complexities of managing all kinds of digital subscriptions, from your daily e-Newspaper to your yearly Prime membership, using the latest in high-availability services and distributed systems.
Subscriptions is a small team with a large charter and low operational overhead. As a key team member, you will get the opportunity to own major deliverables of the Subscriptions platform and all aspects of the development cycle: scoping, design, coding, and testing, using an agile process. You'll have an opportunity to work with other teams throughout Amazon to certify cross-team requirements and designs. You'll also put your experience, expertise, and creativity to work in determining and recommending the best designs based on sound engineering principles, business objectives, timelines, and resource constraints.
To be successful in this position you will have a strong background in Algorithms, Data Structures, Java, and databases both SQL and NoSQL. The ability to communicate clearly and concisely (both written and orally) and work well in a team are key competencies. You should be able to quickly adapt to new development environments, learn new systems, create reliable and maintainable code, and find creative and scalable solutions to difficult problems. Experience working with high-traffic, scalable services is a plus.
Bachelor's Degree or higher in Computer Science or related field
Computer Science fundamentals in algorithm design, problem solving, and complexity analysis
2-5 years professional experience in software development
2-5 years of experience with object-oriented design and data structures
2-5 years of industry experience in, at least, one modern programming language such as Java or C#