Amazon Lab126 is an inventive research and development company that designs and engineers high-profile devices like the Kindle family of products. Lab126 began in 2004 as a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc. Since then, we have worked to produce best-selling e-readers and tablets, as well as new inventions like Fire TV and Amazon Echo. What will you help us create?
Work hard. Have fun. Make history.
As a Build and Release Engineer, you will provide support for developing build scripts and tools that will improve the efficiency of the development and its build process.
We are looking for an experienced, self-motivated, detail oriented Build Engineer who has demonstrated ability to work in a fast-pace and complex software build environment.
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, equivalent experience, or related field required
- 3+ years experience or background in Build and Release Engineering
- Programming experience with Perl and shell scripting
- Experience with make, ANT and Eclipse development platform
- Experience working in LAMP development environment
- Experience setting up and/or maintaining automated build system
- Experience with product development (including C++, Java, XML, messaging protocols, and Web Services), service-oriented architecture
- Working knowledge of Windows and MacOS and their development tools
- Proven experience to thrive in a complex software systems involving multi-platform development environment
- Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
- Understanding the integration between automated software test and the build process
- Familiarity with consumer hardware development process and lifecycle
Lab126 is part of the Amazon.com, Inc. group of companies and is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation
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