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Senior Technical Program Manager Amazon
Seattle, WA

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The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security team is looking for a Technical Program Manager (TPM) who has a strong passion for security-at-scale. The AWS IT Security team is responsible for the security and availability of all of the services offered by AWS. This includes cloud services such as EC2 and S3 as well as consumer offerings like Amazon Appstore and Cloud Drive. This is a high visibility team that solves security challenges at a massive scale.

You will be a TPM for a team that develops tools to automatically find security problems in AWS source code. Our team deals with immense quantities of code, pushing the envelope on scale and advanced analytical techniques to find and mitigate security threats. We work closely with AWS's security analysts, incident response engineers, and automated reasoning experts to relentlessly drive security improvements. We take cutting-edge program analysis techniques and turn them into tools that find security problems at scale. You will help drive AWS Security's adoption of new automatic security analysis techniques to keep AWS secure while it expands rapidly.

As a TPM, you will:

* Help shape the vision for how static code analysis will improve code quality at AWS.
* Drive engagement with AWS development teams and other security teams. Coordinate with partner teams and internal customers so that code analysis technology fits with the overall security assessment and improvement process at AWS.
* Drive investigations into security issues and identify opportunities for further automation to eliminate future issues.
* Manage escalations of security risks to internal stakeholders.
* Resolve ambiguities and align team plans to minimize technical risk and maximize odds of project success.
* Develop and review requirements for security automation tools.
* Work with third-party tool suppliers to evaluate and integrate security automation tools.
* Track and report the team's progress using metrics that capture impact and value.
* Track and drive software development.

About Amazon

Amazon is a company operating a marketplace for consumers, sellers, and content creators.

10001 employees

2127 7th avenue

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