Web Development Engineer - AWS Marketing
We are looking for a Web Development Engineer to help us improve how we display AWS service pricing information. In this position, you will create a new Simple Monthly Calculator and overhaul our product pricing pages.
Take a look at the existing Simple Monthly Calculator, https://calculator.s3.amazonaws.com/index.html the tool's UX is aged, the navigation doesn't scale to AWS's current product offering, the tool doesn't help customer understand the complexity of our pricing. If you think the existing tool is great, this isn't the position for you. On the other hand, if you have a better way to explain: pricing to our customers, how a g2.2xlarge differs from a c3.2xlarge, why you want a Reserved Instance versus Dedicated Host, and have the technical skills to make it happen please apply.
This job designs, codes, tests, documents, and supports the software that makes AWS pricing pages and the simple monthly calculator great.
- Bachelor in Software Engineer, Computer Science, or the equivalent in demonstrable work experience and portfolio
- 3+ years of experience software engineering experience
- Knowledge of client-side framework like Angular-JS or React
- Writes testable code
- Strong knowledge of MVC and Composition patterns
- Passion for React / Redux
- Fluency in SaSS or LeSS
- Experience with Lambda and API Gateway
- Have built and launched new websites
- Automated build systems with Grunt
- Comfortable with Linux command line including git
- Can use browser debuggers to diagnose performance issues
- Active on Github, CodePen or StackOverflow
- Completed kessel run in less than 12 parsecs
- Rescued the crew of the Kobayashi Maru on your third attempt
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