Software Development Engineer

US-WA-Seattle
8 months ago
Job ID
457083
Amazon Corporate LLC
Position Category
Hardware Development

Job Description

Wish you could rewind and build the right tools before launch?

The AWS Hardware Engineering team is looking for an SDE or SysDev to lead the design and development of systems for automated monitoring and management of embedded software and firmware at scale. Come join a highly functional and rapidly growing firmware development team building innovative new hardware and software systems.

The ideal candidate for this role will be experienced in AWS services and tools with a desire to apply that knowledge to a new technology space. This role will provide an opportunity to fundamentally change the way that we approach firmware and embedded software in the AWS fleet. The charter includes architecture and design of tools and systems for data and metrics gathering, synthesis, and automated actioning, supporting the launch of a new Amazon developed storage system driving industry wide ramifications.


Basic Qualifications

  • Software engineer focused on development of large scale or distributed services.
  • Experience with AWS technologies
  • System-level integration experience.
  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science or related field.
  • 3+ years’ experience as a software engineer.
  • Experience with platforms such as Linux/Unix and Windows.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Expereience developing distributied service moitoring and management tools.
  • An understanding of storage hardware architecture
  • Knowledge of high speed storage technology at the HW and firmware/driver levels
  • High-level understanding of storage technologies
  • Excellent written communication and verbal skills
Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.
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