• Software Developer

    Location US-NJ-Newark
    Posted Date 4 months ago(6/14/2018 3:05 PM)
    Job ID
    668593
    Company/Location (search) : Country (Full Name)
    United States
  • Job Description

    This opportunity is for a Software Development Engineer for Audible’s Consumer Domains group. We are the team that creates and powers Audible’s website applications and services for our global listeners. We are the home for tech talent that wants to grow Audible’s market leading business and build the sites and services (APIs) across desktop and mobile devices. The team is comprised of developers who work in an agile environment and partner closely with Audible and Amazon tech teams, Product, UX and QA teams.

    We are embarking on a mission to reshape the fundamental experiences and delight our customers and drive a strong engineering culture. It's our responsibility to push Audible into new places; wherever our customers are listening. Achieving this vision means expanding and strengthening our development process and leveraging new technologies to deliver services and web applications. We need your help to develop and deliver on this vision. Success means we lay the foundation for continued expansion of our company without disrupting an already tremendously successful and much loved product.


    HOW DOES AMAZON FIT IN?
    We're a part of Amazon: they are our parent company and it's a great partnership. You'll get to play with Amazon's technologies, but it doesn't stop there. Audible is built on a strong foundation of Amazon technology and you'll have insight into the inner workings of the world's leading ecommerce experience. There's a LOT to learn! Your career will benefit from working with teams like Alexa, Search, Kindle, A9, P13N and many more.

    If you are excited to own and solve problems, work with a creative dynamic team, fail fast in a supportive environment while growing your career and working on high volume (2000+ transactions per second) services that support millions of customers worldwide, we want to hear from you.


    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Developing solutions web solution and services: Envisioning, designing, creating, and supporting our solutions that operate with a high degree of operational excellence.
    • Partner with a cross-functional team to imagine, design, develop, test, and launch software that wows our community and inspires our peers.
    • Be willing to explore technical needs and bring problems AND solutions to the table.
    • Constantly strive to raise the bar on engineering excellence
    • Lead the way - staying up to date with tools, trends, technologies and frameworks both industry-wide and within Amazon and then sharing that knowledge in a meaningful way with the community.

    Basic Qualifications

    • Great Java development skills building large scale web applications and APIs.
    • Knowledge of Spring, SOA and automated testing.
    • Full stack experience (Java, NoSQL, HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, node.js)
    • Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience (5+ years)
    • Well-rounded engineering skills; full-stack development experience - web + services - If you've built something in your spare time send us the link, we'd love to hear about it.
    • Strong problem solving skills; adaptable, proactive and willing to take ownership.
    • A high-quality bar and a drive of continuous improvement; just-enough documentation, unit testing, code reviews, test automation, continuous integration & deployment and a preference for agile methods.
    • Great communication skills - ability to think creatively and adapt the message to the audience.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Experience with React, HTTP/2, PWA, Serverless, Microservices, CI/CD, and cross-platform development
    • Prior use of AWS technologies at scale in a production environment

    Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation
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