Amazon.com will conduct in-person interviews in Austin, TX on June 16,
2004. These interviews are by invitation only. If you are interested
in attending, please send your resume to the email address listed
Did you know that Amazon.com has hundreds of software engineers
working on some of the most interesting technical challenges on the
Amazon.com, headquartered in beautiful Seattle, is looking for
exceptional software engineers to join its growing technology
organization. Our engineering team works on tough technical problems
that engage and stretch their brains. As an engineer here, you might
build cutting edge product recommendation algorithms, scale and
optimize our world class supply chain systems, or architect and build
an end-to-end e-commerce platform that companies like Target and Toys
R Us use to run their online businesses.
You'll work with smart, experienced teammates on a small
cross-functional team. You'll join a scientific culture focused on
achieving aggressive goals. And, you'll work on creating a world-class
customer experience for the millions of people who use Amazon.com.
We're interested in smart, tenacious, results-oriented people who
write code and build systems to solve real business problems. We want
Senior Software Developers and Software Development Managers with a
deep proficiency in object oriented design and development, experience
building large-scale systems in C++ or Java on UNIX or Linux, and
algorithms expertise. A Computer Science or Math degree and 7+ years'
experience is preferred.
It's a very livable, family-friendly city with so much to do on the
weekends! The climate is mild and there are mountains and water all
around you. You should see the view from our lunchroom! (By the way,
we offer a great relocation program to Senior Engineers and Software
If you're interested in interviewing with our engineering team please
email Michael Brandstetter (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your resume and
info on the type of challenges you'd enjoy most.
Work Hard. Have Fun. Make History.
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