Are you a passionate software developer engineer looking for the next opportunity in your career? Do you enjoy working in a fast paced, ever changing environment and want to impact the lives of people around the world?
AWS Enterprise Engineering team is looking for software developers that will like to join our team in Costa Rica. We leverage AWS technologies to operate on a global scale and deliver low-
latency, highly-available services to customers and systems across Amazon. In pursuit of that mission, we are looking for software developers to help design, build, and launch software that shapes the way all Amazonians interact with IT Services, defining key product features and engineering unique solutions that are instrumental to the success of our business. Do you :
Obsess over software performance and challenge yourself to deliver highly scalable, low latency, reliable and fast services to a variety of platforms?
Possess ideas and know how to solve problems, but also follow through with a clean and maintainable implementation?
Have a high bar for coding excellence and a passion for design and architecture?
Want to work with the latest AWS technologies to achieve rapid scale?
Want to pioneer before the industry catches up?
If yes, then we have a role for you. We are small, customer-focused teams of passionate software engineers that are looking to delight our customers by building amazing software while working hard, having fun, and making history.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or related technical discipline.
1+ years of software development experience in Object Oriented Development & Design (OOA & OOD).
Strong experience in at least one modern programming language such as C#, Java, or Ruby
Deep understanding of Computer Science fundamentals including data structures, algorithms and complexity analysis
Experience with relational or NoSQL databases
Experience with Agile, Test-Driven Development and Continuous Deployment for Web technologies
Understanding of performance tradeoffs, load balancing and operational issues