Amazon.in, Amazon's marketplace in India, is building a team to take it to the next level by building capabilities that are relevant for customers in India .
Our Development team plays a pivotal role in this program, with the mission to build a comprehensive solution for the India business.
This is a rare opportunity to be part of a team that will be responsible for building a successful, sustainable and strategic business for Amazon, from the ground up!
The ideal candidate will be instrumental in shaping the product direction and will be actively involved in defining key product features that impact the business.
You will work with Principal Engineers at Amazon to evolve the design and architecture of the products owned by this team.
You will be responsible to set up and hold a high software quality bar besides providing technical direction to a highly technical team of Software Engineers.
As part of this team you will work to ensure Amazon.in is FAST and has the best shopping experience. It’s a great opportunity to develop and enhance experiences for Mobile devices first.
You will work on analyzing the latency across the various Amazon.in pages using RedShift, MapReduce, Java, and Ruby on Rails.
You will get the opportunity to code on almost all key pages on retail website building features and improving business metrics.
You will also contribute reducing latency for customers by reducing the bytes on wire and adapting the UX based on network bandwidth.
You will be part of a team that obsesses about the performance of our customer’s experience and enjoy flexibility to pursue what makes sense.
Come enjoy an exploratory and research oriented team of Cowboys working in a fast paced environment, who are always eager to take on big challenges.
Position Responsibilities :
Commerce website development.
The ideal candidate will be a leader, quick learner and be able to work independently. He / she should be able to operate in a very fast paced environment where time to hit market is super critical.
The candidate will need to balance technical leadership and savvy with strong business judgment to make the right decisions about technology choices.
If you don't have all of these, that's ok, but be excited about learning the few you don't know.