Are you seeking an environment where you can drive innovation? Do you want to apply state-of-the-art computer technologies to solve real world problems? Do you want to affect not only internal users but Retail customers worldwide? In Retail Systems, you will pave the future of Amazon Retail, enhancing how we do business and our effectiveness as a player in the global e-commerce. Amazon has risen to the top of online retail, but there is still a lot of work to be done to remain competitive and find new opportunities.
As a member of Amazon's Vendor Self Service development team, you will be a key player in driving Amazon's Retail business; the bread and butter of Amazon. The Vendor Self Service team is streamlining many of the business processes that run Amazon Retail. We've built a large-scale vendor management solution, and we're looking for a technical program manager who will help pave the future for how our internal users think about software. You will solve technical challenges in optimization, large-scale computing, distributed systems, web applications, scalability, security, and algorithms just to name a few. You will drive future solutions that will impact how we run the Retail business worldwide and interface with many teams, both technical and non-technical, across the company. And most importantly, the Retail Systems team is composed of some awesome people, and you'll have a lot of fun!
To learn more about Vendor Systems & Experiences, visit our page at http://bit.ly/AmazonVSE
•Product development experience (including C++, Java, XML, messaging protocols, and Web Services)
•Experience building processes, project management, and release schedules
•5+ years of relevant work experience in internet-related program and/or technical product management in a software applications environment.
•Demonstrated track record across numerous enterprise wide programs.
•Bachelors degree in computer science, engineering or a related technical discipline
•Excellent problem-solving skills
•Experience communicating with technical and non-technical stakeholders across multiple business units
•Ability to effectively articulate technical challenges and solutions
•Deal well with ambiguous/undefined problems; ability to think abstractly
•Experience with agile or other program management methodologies
•Masters degree in computer science, engineering or a related technical discipline
Prior experience as a software developer
Posted: February 22, 2017
Closes:March 3, 2017