AWS Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) team in Palo Alto, California is looking for experienced engineers to help us define and build the next generation of web-scale infrastructure services that power companies of all sizes, ranging from start-ups to large enterprises, across Silicon Valley and the world. The selected candidate will play a critical role in the design and implementation of a brand-new strategic product for Amazon AWS to help increase cloud adoption. We are building everything from low-level APIs to web services to make the transition to the AWS cloud as simple as possible for our growing list of customers.
We are a fast growing, highly-motivated team of software developers who thrive on solving challenging problems and building large-scale distributed software systems. You will be surrounded by people that are smart, passionate about new technology trends in cloud services and believe that state-of-the-art product is critical to customer success. Join us if you like working hard, having fun and making history. We do just that.
The ideal candidate is an innovative self-starter who is looking for an opportunity to be both an individual contributor and technical lead. You are excited to do whatever it takes to make this new product successful and seeking an opportunity to grow as a technical leader. The systems you build will push the boundaries for scale, availability, and performance while maintaining the highest standards for security and operational excellence. You stand to gain in terms of owning and building the entire product, learning from customer interaction, and working with top-class senior and principal engineers.
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