Imagine, developing the next-generation tools and automation frameworks that change how billions of users explore, and shop.
The Team :
The Amazon Point-of-Sale (POS) team is responsible for building POS systems for all Amazon physical retail stores. We started off with Amazon Books, a brick-and-mortar store that offers a curated selection of books, and merchandise such as Amazon devices.
We are getting ready to launch new products that will amaze and define how customers interact with us in a brick and mortar setting.
The Role :
We are looking for a Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET) to join our team in building highly visible, robust automation tools and framework to tackle complex and hard to solve problems.
As a hands-on SDET, you will make a large impact on dynamic, fast moving Amazon Physical Store team by improving efficiency and approach to testing.
Working backwards from customer needs, you will identify the right sets of tools to build to achieve the best quality and customer experience.
You will lead test automation efforts for critical and complex technical projects spanning multiple software and hardware teams and Amazon Stores.
You will be responsible for driving improvements in test tools, test environments and reporting mechanisms as well as influence the implementation of the right solutions.
As a Software Development champion on the engineering team, you will own the vision for test infrastructures, build frameworks that allow developers to easily write reliable tests, and invent new mechanisms for ensuring that every change we make can be deployed safely and quickly.
You will help solve our most difficult challenges, and you will coach other engineers to foster a culture of relentless high-standards.
The ideal candidate for this role has a strong track record and proficiency in building efficient and innovative test tools.
They are a pragmatic problem-solver with high judgment who brings an experienced perspective to balance quality and strategy trade-offs to meet the needs of Physical Store teams, projects, and products.
They will bring clarity to complexity, probing assumptions, illuminating pitfalls with data, and fostering shared understanding.
They have specialized knowledge analyzing test procedures, inspecting architectures and developing test infrastructure and tools that provide confidence in product quality.
The primary responsibilities for this role include :
This includes analyzing requirements, assessing testability, identifying automation opportunities and implementing them for projects where the work will be run by multiple businesses in parallel.