Data Scientist

US-WA-Seattle
1 month ago
Job ID
502263
Amazon Corporate LLC
Position Category
Software Development

Job Description

Consumer Electronics is one of the largest businesses at Amazon. We are a fast-growing, dynamic, high-impact, and fun category that includes TV/Blu-ray, camera/photo, musical instruments, home audio, headphones, and connected devices such as mobile phones. Our marketplace is changing rapidly. It is still Day 1 here!

CETech is the high-powered technical team responsible for the platform and end-to-end experience for customers to shop for consumer electronics on Amazon. Our work engages the full stack of technology that runs Amazon.com, one of the largest eCommerce engines in the world. We aim to provide the best customer experience through innovative and streamlined shopping and purchase flows that often require integration with search, payment processing, promotions and marketing, and many other technologies including opportunities to apply and optimize data analytics and machine learning in our approach.

We have an opening for a talented Data Scientist to help us innovate and make our mark in this space! Are you up for the challenge? If you are an experienced Data Scientist who wants to work on hard problems and have the autonomy to deliver, then we want to talk to you about joining us in CETech.

Basic Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree and/or Master's degree in Computer Science or equivalent.
  • Computer Science fundamentals in object-oriented design, design patterns, data structures, algorithm design, problem solving, and complexity analysis
  • 5+ years of software development experience, including Java and/or C++.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with distributed (multi-tiered) systems, algorithms, and relational databases
  • Ability to effectively articulate technical challenges and solutions
  • Deal well with ambiguous/undefined problems; ability to think abstractly
  • Graduate degree a plus
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