Are you a technical leader who likes to build product to disrupt the industry norm? The F3 (Fresh, Food, Fast) organization is looking for a passionate and driven software development manager to lead the product and delivery handling team. Your team will be building customer facing features which will shape the ultra-fast grocery shopping experience on Amazon.
In this role, you will lead a group of software engineers to design, implement, and deploy mission critical services to support how and when grocery products like roasted chicken and packaged lunch box can be delivered to our customers. You will be working with business stakeholders and product managers to define team roadmap and drive it to completion.
A successful candidate has extensive experience in developing distributed systems, strong technical ability, excellent project management skills, great communication skills, and motivation to achieve results in a fast paced environment. You also have a proven track record hiring and developing engineers, helping them meet and exceed their career goals. We seek an individual who is motivated by a fast-paced and highly entrepreneurial environment.
Key responsibilities include:
* Take large, complex projects and break them down into manageable pieces, develop functional specifications, then working with the development leads, deliver them in a successful and timely manner. * Define roadmaps based on team strategy and vision * Manage prioritization and trade-offs among customer experience, performance and operational support load * Proactively identify and resolve issues to help the team meet strategic, financial, and technical goals * Manage complex projects with significant business impact within and beyond our organization * Work closely with senior and principal engineers to develop the best technical architectures and designs for new product development * Maintaining a high level of operational excellence with your team and across the engineering organization
Amazon is a company operating a marketplace for consumers, sellers, and content creators.