Systems, Quality, and Security Engineering
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The framework for the Amazon experience
Systems Engineers come in a variety of flavors at Amazon Web Services (AWS). We have folks who are highly skilled in any of Linux/Unix internals, systems performance, networking, storage, and building rock solid foundational services at AWS. The majority of our Systems Engineers write code and practice automation, and at our scale, we can't afford to do anything less. We are looking for seasoned technical leaders; you’re perfect if you possess a rare mix of depth in functions which involve Dev Ops, Systems Engineering, troubleshooting, and customer obsession. It's difficult to find all these characteristics simultaneously but if you have them all, you’re highly valued and a rare breed! You will work directly with customers on mission-critical infrastructures, tools, and processes to understand use cases, implement features and debug interesting problems that enable engineers around the world to iterate at a crazy quick pace. You'll investigate and create new systems for scaling development and production.
As a Security Engineer at AWS, you'll be a key member of the engineering staff working across all of our internal and external facing services to ensure that we maintain the highest standards of protection for our customers. Some days you'll be helping to design proper security best practices, other days you'll be contributing to specific implementations. Our team thrives and succeeds in delivering high quality technology products and services in a hyper-growth environment where priorities shift quickly. The ideal candidate has broad and deep technical knowledge, typically ranging from front-end UIs through back-end systems and all points in between.
Our Quality Assurance Engineers are responsible for injecting quality into our development cycles by evaluating testability of designs and building tools, systems and processes to raise the quality bar. As part of this fast paced team, you will be responsible for the quality of software components up and down the stack. You'll perform black box and white box testing, and work closely with the development team and business partners to assure test coverage.