For millions of customers worldwide, the Amazon name is synonymous with delivery - and the Delivery Experience (DEX) team provides those customers with innovative ways to get what they want and need, enabling the choices they make on every order, every day. We combine customer impact with retail invention, solving huge technical challenges along the way.
Amazon Day is a new delivery program for Prime customers that enables them to select a single day of the week, and then have all of their packages delivered on that day in as few boxes as possible. Customers can keep adding orders throughout the week to be delivered on their Amazon Day, giving customers the predictability they love. We recently began rolling out this innovative new program and we're just getting started!
* Build highly extensible software systems to meet the rapid growth of Amazon's delivery business and capabilities. * Evolve and build services that are highly reliable, extremely low latency with efficient use of computing resources. * Define and lead the architectural direction of the Search through checkout delivery experience working with multiple, different teams across the company * Build the next generation systems for representing delivery choices to enable rapid experimentation in the area of User Experience. * Basically you get to lead a team in a fast-paced environment, guiding a team of smart software engineers to architect and build the right technical solutions to meet the evolving needs of our customers. You will have direct ownership over the design and architecture of new components aimed at improving the platform's extensibility, scalability, availability, and latency. We care about both delighting customers and high quality software; we don't sacrifice one for the other. We're looking for someone with a demonstrated track record of highly-scalable, global software solutions.
Individuals interested in this position should have practical experience in building high-performance, reliable systems in a complex, multi-tiered, and distributed environment. The ideal candidate will have experience working with Java, C++, Perl, or distributed computing technologies on a Linux platform.
Amazon is a company operating a marketplace for consumers, sellers, and content creators.