Amazon will be hosting a hiring event to take place in the week of August 19th 2019 in Buenos Aires, Argentina! We are looking for experienced Software Development Manager and the roles will all be based in Madrid.
Do you want to help the world read more and get more out of reading every day? Are you inspired by re-inventing how people consume written content digitally? Do you like the idea of seeing your work impact tens of millions of customers? Answer yes to any of these and you’ll fit right in here at Amazon Kindle and Books. We are a smart team of builders that work passionately to deliver an amazing reading experience to our customers across a large and growing number of computing and mobile environments.
As a Software Development Manager, you will lead an engineering team to define, develop, deploy, and operate large-scale mobile and web client applications and distributed cloud services to deliver the best reading experience for our global customers. You will be responsible for building, maintaining, and organizing your team, defining your technical strategy and product road map, and defining, measuring, and reporting on your key performance and operational excellence metrics.
A successful candidate will have a track record of building and leading diverse and high performing teams that invent, build, and operate high quality software at scale in a global organization. The candidate will also be passionate about recruiting and retaining top talent, thrive while driving clarity in highly ambiguous technical environments, be skilled at developing long-term technical roadmaps, and have a strong technical ability to guide and coach. This position also requires excellent project management skills, great empathy and communication skills, and a motivation to achieve results in a fast-paced environment.
If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, deep technical expertise, know how to deliver, are highly innovative, and looking for the opportunity to build great teams that invent pioneering solutions to challenging problems, we want to talk with you.