$80K — $100K *
At Amazon, we are committed to being the most customer-centric company on earth. The North American Supply Chain Organization (NASCO) is comprised of high-powered dynamic teams which are shaping network execution through the development and application of innovative supply chain management technology. Our goal is to improve and enhance the Amazon fulfillment network to drive the best customer experience in a reliable and cost-efficient manner. Within NASCO, the North American Inbound Operations & Technology (IOT) is looking for self-motivated, experienced, and highly curious individuals with strong coding and analytical skills to join our newly formed Inbound Visibility & Prediction Software Team.
We are looking for talented, passionate, startup-minded Software Development Engineers who have experience building innovative, mission critical, high-volume applications. They will have tremendous opportunity to make a large impact on the design, architecture, and implementation of transformative technologies that revolutionize how the Amazon Inbound Network operates.
In this role, you will:
• Own system architecture and development for product initiatives and feature development.
• Learn to develop globalized web services, at scale.
• Investigate, prototype and deliver innovative system solutions.
• Work with diverse teams throughout Amazon to deliver mission-critical systems.
• Build the future and have fun doing it!
• Master's degree and/or PhD preferred in mathematics, computer science, or related discipline
• Experience in building and driving adoption of new tools
• A deep understanding of software development life cycle and a good track record of shipping software on time
• Have had impact and influence across multiple teams
• Experience with data science, machine learning algorithms, natural language processing, computer vision.
• Experience designing and implementing information retrieval and web mining systems.
• Experience with Elastic Map Reduce, Spark or Hive.
• Advanced knowledge of data structures and at ease in optimizing algorithms.
• Knowledge of Linux/Unix and scripting on Perl
Valid through: 1/26/2021