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Amazon Kindle Software Engineer

Amazon Kindle Software Engineer

Job ID 
199397
Location 
US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 
5/14/2014
Company 
Amazon Corporate LLC
Position Category 
Software Development
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Job Description

The Amazon Kindle team is coming to Tel Aviv, Israel to interview and recruit top Software Developers to work for the Kindle team here in Seattle, Washington, USA. We are hiring for development roles across multiple teams in the Kindle organization, and are offering work authorization and relocation benefits to qualified candidates.

The Kindle and Kindle Fire devices are the best selling items on amazon.com. Working on the Kindle team, engineers have the opportunity to own major deliverables end-to-end, work closely with other teams and scale our services as the business grows. This is one of the most visible teams within Amazon where you will get the chance to have a huge influence on the final product and make a positive impact on customer experience. We are continuing to grow, and are looking for innovative, passionate developers to join our team!

Amazon Kindle is a revolutionary reading device, the #1 best-selling product on all of Amazon, and one of the most innovative and fast growing businesses at Amazon. Our vision for Kindle is to have every book, ever printed, in any language, all available in under 60 seconds from anywhere in the world.

Basic Qualifications

  • BS or higher degree in Computer Science or a related field from a reputed school.
  • Four or more years of core high quality programming experience.
  • Experience developing software for large-scale software applications using C#, C++ or Java.
  • Strong knowledge in core computer science concepts such as algorithms, data structures, and good software design.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Should be very interested in writing lots of code.
  • Team player with demonstrated capability to work in a cross-functional environment.
  • OOD skills, experience with relational databases or Linux shell scripting would be a plus.