Do you want to be part of new team that will build pricing automation solutions for Global Sellers a $50+B business growing exponentially?
Global selling is critical to the growth of the WW Consumer business. Pricing is setting up new India-based tech team to focus on price automation solutions for global sellers.
Our vision is to help global sellers offer competitive prices across all country. New team will innovate, design and build software for price automation and global price management for selling partners.
We will measure our success by improvement in price health across key dimensions such as (a) external price competitiveness (compared to retailers like Walmart, EBay, Flipkart), (b) internal competitors (other Amazon offers on the same item) and (c) Out of Country (OOC) competitors.
We invite you to join us in the exciting journey to build distributed, highly-available and scalable price tools and services for global pricing.
We are looking for technical, energetic and focused front end engineer who loves to build clean, flexible, effective and efficient user experiences for Selling Partners.
You will be part of a team where flexibility, teamwork, and creative thinking are highly valued.
Track record delivering front-end software that is correct, stable, performant, secure and accessibility compliant.
Able to solve difficult software and UX problems with some ambiguity.
Proficient in a broad range of software design approaches and common UX patterns. Knows when (and when not) to use
front-end software design patterns (e.g., asynchronicity, data binding, modules, objects, promises).
Can articulate the risks and benefits of depending on front-end libraries, frameworks, and toolsets.
Able to dive into the source code of front end libraries to debug, patch, and extend them when necessary.
Proficient in view layout and rendering technologies (e.g., responsiveness, progressive enhancement, browser / device support).
Understands how to optimize the delivery of code and assets (e.g., images, fonts) to a browser or device (e.g., lazy loading assets, using CDNs, caching, compression, etc.).
Understands how to be efficient with resource usage (e.g., application impact on memory and CPU, caches appropriately, respectful of customer’s devices, etc.).
Knows how to instrument software with real user metrics to reflect the customer experience.
Knowledge of engineering and operational excellence best practices.