Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Seattle

Description

Are you a high-performing manager who can lead a team to build and operate distributed services that perform at the highest scales? Do you want to own the technical infrastructure that powers one of Amazon’s fastest growing businesses? Do you like pushing the boundaries of what emerging cloud computing technology can do?

The Audience Infrastructure team within Amazon Advertising builds the systems that allow advertisers to target customers across the web. To do this, our services ingest billions of behavioral signals every day, evaluate them in real-time to create segments, and vend those segments out for every ad request received within a fraction of a second. Speed, scale, and accuracy is critical to our success, so we are constantly innovating in the areas of serverless processing (e.g.: Kinesis, Lambda) and high throughput/low latency caching.

Our team also owns the core services and APIs responsible for audience management, such as audience creation, updating, and deactivation. In this role, we are looking for a natural leader who can:
· Influence the technical roadmap of the organization
· Mentor, develop, and motivate engineers of all levels
· Effectively communicate with both technical and non-technical partners

· 7+ years of relevant engineering experience
· 3+ years of people management experience, managing engineers
· Experience in partnering with product and program management teams

  • software

About the company

Amazon strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover virtually anything they want to buy online. By giving customers more of what they want - low prices, vast selection, and convenience - Amazon continues to grow and evolve as a world-class e-commerce platform.

Founded by Jeff Bezos, the Amazon.com website started in 1995 as a place to buy books because of the unique customer experience the Web could offer book lovers. Bezos believed that only the Internet could offer customers the convenience of browsing a selection of millions of book titles in a single sitting. During the first 30 days of business, Amazon fulfilled orders for customers in 50 states and 45 countries - all shipped from his Seattle-area garage.

Amazon's evolution from Web site to e-commerce partner to development platform is driven by the spirit of innovation that is part of the company's DNA. The world's brightest technology minds come to Amazon.com to research and develop technology that improves the lives of shoppers and sellers around the world.