Software Development Manager
- Berlin, Germany
Are you interested in building the next generation, cloud-based commerce system for AWS that's used by millions of customers worldwide? Are you excited by the idea of building real-time stream processing systems that operate at Petabyte scale? Do you want to make an impact at a $10-billion-a-year business? Then we need to talk!
Computing AWS bills, at its core, is a challenging, distributed systems problem that requires calculations performed over trillions of usage records, millions of accounts, and hundreds of thousands of different rates. Furthermore, our applications must meet strict requirements for accuracy and once-and-only-once processing.
As a Software Development Manager, you have the opportunity to lead the team which develops a federated billing system that supports new pricing models using cutting edge technologies like Kinesis, DynamoDB, S3, Lambda, and more. Additionally, you will build meaningful software that helps AWS to bring our largest customers over to the Cloud. And finally, as an Amazon SDM, you get to own the full lifecycle of your systems, work on challenging problems at "Amazon Scale", and collaborate with high-performance technical teammates and having fun doing it.
If all of this sounds exciting to you, then please come join us and help shape the future of the Cloud.
• Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
• 6+ years of experience in Software development and 4+ years as a Development Manager
• Strong technical credentials, with expertise in OOP, Java or C++
• Breadth and depth of experience building and managing software systems and teams
• Good written and verbal communication skills with the ability to present complex technical information in a clear and concise manner to executives and non-technical leaders
• Experience with SQL and No SQL data stores
• Experience with streaming data queries
• Understanding of Linux/Unix systems
• Knowledge of Hadoop and it's development tools
• Experience building scalable infrastructure and distributed systems
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