Front End Engineer

Job ID: 1357033 | ADCI - Karnataka

DESCRIPTION

Would you like to be one of the leaders of a team that is solving new business challenges through innovative technology?

We are the Amazon Associate Experience platform team. Our charter is to deliver a scalable, robust and secure device platform for all our physical stores: AmazonGo, AmazonBooks and Amazon 4 stars. Our team is building and maintaining the applications, tools and services that enable our associates to operate the stores, using a wide variety of devices such as mobile handheld devices, point-of-sale stations, demo devices, etc...

The Role: Our team is looking for a seasoned front end engineer to design and build associate experiences that span multiple AX use cases. You will help define, design, prototype, and build these experiences. To achieve this, you will collaborate closely with product managers, UX designers, and multiple service teams.
The ideal candidate is passionate about building user experiences and has a track record of building interfaces which are beautiful in form, function, and simplicity. The ability to work within a creative and positive team environment are key to the role.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS


· Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related technical discipline (or equivalent experience).
· 2+ years of professional front-end development.
· Skilled with common front-end technologies such as HTML, CSS, JS, TypeScript, and Node
· Deep experience in one or more relevant front-end frameworks such as React.
· Ability to rapidly prototype and adjust in response to customer feedback
· Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills.
· Solid coding practices including peer code reviews, unit testing, and a preference for agile development.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS


· Masters degree in CS or an engineering discipline
· 5+ years of professional front end development.
· Experience building reusable UX components or libraries
· Strong UX design skills
· Experience building scalable, distributed, front-end experiences