Systems Development Engineer
- Dublin, Ireland
We are looking for an experienced Development with deep expertise in designing and supporting enterprise-scale infrastructure. You will be responsible for the design, implementation and quality of services you deliver.
Who are you?
You have a strong understanding of large scale computing solutions. You have experience working as a development or in an enterprise environment, and have implemented automated solutions across a variety of applications and . You enjoy writing code and creating to manage your services.
You're knowledgeable. You are an expert in a few chosen areas but also strive to maintain a broad skillset. You constantly seek out new ideas and technologies that you can use to deliver a higher quality services at a cheaper prices. People seek you out as a resource to solve difficult problems.
You're passionate about success. You use data to measure success and you don't spend time on things that do not matter. You take responsibility for the quality of your service and, regardless of their source, strive to prevent faults from impacting your customers.
You understand different people have different needs to be productive, and strive to develop self-service oriented solutions. You have a passion for learning, designing, and building computing for a diverse set of customers.
You're an Amazonian.
The focus for this role is building, enhancing, and maintaining extensible services used across Amazon. These leverage server-less such as DynamoDB, Lambda, Secrets Manager, API Gateway, among others.
Systems Development Engineers:
Systems Development Engineers at Amazon is a unique role which organically emerged as the company evolved. Inspiration for the Systems Development Engineer came from Systems Engineers who "built" unique technology to solve business and customer problems.
Systems Development Engineers perform traditional Systems Engineering and writes or develops scripts, applications, or mechanisms to manage infrastructure. This role was created for the "builder" population of Systems Engineers who go beyond using basic tools and GUIs to implement infrastructure as code and even server-less systems.
AWS Enterprise Engineering:
Enterprise Engineering owns the key products, services, and tools Amazonians use to securely and reliably access corporate resources, communicate with one another, and collaborate with customers.
Enterprise Engineering builds services ranging from network access to customer-facing software to meet the needs of our number one customer: Amazon. All Amazonians and variable staff rely on our products at all Amazon Corporate, Customer Service, Fulfillment, Retail, and affiliate sites across the globe.
Amazon is a unique organization, and this an above average job. We'll give you the opportunity to make a difference to our business. We're looking for an exceptional professional with outstanding technical skills, with the opportunity to realize Amazon's motto: "Work Hard. Have Fun. Make History."
This role requires scheduled after hours paging for high-severity events related to all of the team's services and systems. Paging availability is required for after-hours weekday, weekend and holiday coverage. The pager rotates throughout the team to balance the load.
Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.
• 5 years combined industry experience as a and Developer AND at least 3 years working in IT for a global with 10,000 plus users organization.
• Bachelor of Science Degree or 4 years IT Engineering experience
• AWS Certified Developer Associate
• Deep hands-on technical expertise in building web services and highly scalable applications with AWS Services.
Or equivalent and relevant alternative
• Master's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or equivalent.
• AWS Certified Professional
• Security Focus when developing and reviewing systems
• AWS Certified Security
• Engineering and maintenance of Secure Printing Systems
* Or equivalent and relevant alternative
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