Description de l'offre
Amazon's eCommerce Foundation (eCF) organization is responsible for the core components that drive the Amazon website and customer experience. Serving millions of customer page views and orders per day, eCF builds for scale.
As an organization within eCF, the Business Data Technologies (BDT) group is no exception. We collect petabytes of data from thousands of data sources inside and outside Amazon including the Amazon catalog system, inventory system, customer order system, page views on the website and Alexa systems. We also support Amazon subsidiaries such as IMDB and Audible. We provide interfaces for our internal customers to access and query the data hundreds of thousands of times per day, using Amazon Web Service's (AWS) Redshift, Hive, Spark and Oracle. We build scalable solutions that grow with the Amazon business.
BDT is growing, and the data processing landscape is shifting. Our data is consumed by thousands of teams across Amazon including Research Scientists, Machine Learning Specialists, Business Analysts and Data Engineers. As the Technical Program Manager, you will be responsible for helping define the standard for data quality and build systems to meet that standard, for hundreds of data sources across Amazon. You will work from the customer backwards to produce software services and tooling that allows data consumers to make informed decisions about how to interpret and incorporate the data into their decision making processes.
Come help us build for the future of Big Data!
As a Technical Program Manager you are responsible for bridging the gap between customers and technology to quickly design and deliver scalable and maintainable systems. You will also be responsible for helping establishing the team's roadmap, including making commitments to customers outside of the organization. You will also mentor engineers, TPMs and other managers as an exemplary practitioner of Amazon's leadership principles. Come have a big impact by reshaping Amazon's data landscape!
Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer
· BS degree or higher in Computer Science (or related program)
· 7+ years of experience building production software systems.
· 3+ years of people management experience.