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Software Development Manager - AWS Infrastructure

Software Development Manager - AWS Infrastructure

Job ID 
623553
Location 
US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 
2/15/2018

Job Description

AWS Global Infrastructure Datacenter Security Technology is looking for an experienced software development manager who is a passionate advocate of enterprise data security and asset security. Our group designs and builds autonomous hardware and software solutions to protect customer data and intellectual property in AWS data centers worldwide.

The ideal candidate is customer obsessed, innovative, and results-oriented. As the leader of the team, you will lead a talented team of engineers to innovate features on behalf of our customers, architect and deliver technical solutions, own the team’s technical roadmap of new/existing services and tools, and collaborate with external hardware vendors, data center physical security, AWS security, AWS infrastructure operations, AWS hardware engineering, and other software teams.

Responsibilities include hiring, development, and direct management of multiple engineers, process and quality of service improvements, strategic planning, project management for software within the team, influence of delivery across other teams, and communication with AWS senior leadership.

Basic Qualifications

- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in computer science or a similar degree, or commensurate industry experience
- 5+ years of industry experience managing software developers
- Proven track record of building and managing high performing engineering teams
- Proven track record of building and delivering innovative and scalable software solutions
- Strong project management skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills


Preferred Qualifications

- Industrial experience with AWS services e.g. IoT, Kinesis, Dynamo DB, SNS, SQS, S3, RDS
- Experience with Agile methodologies
- Experience with Java, Ruby, Python
- Experience with Unix development environments
- Internet and operating system security fundamentals