Amazon: Software Dev Engineer - Video Demand at Amazon (New York, NY) (New York, NY)

Posted: Aug 15, 2019


A quiet revolution is underway in how people consume video. People are watching more video than ever, but the viewing medium is shifting from broadcast & cable TV to smartphones, connected TVs, and OTT apps. As viewing habits shift, a tremendous opportunity is emerging to shape the future of video advertising. Amazon Advertising is building new products and services to address that opportunity, and we are looking for rockstar developers help us get there.

Amazon's Video DSP enables video advertisers to place, configure, measure, and optimize their video advertising campaigns. We are innovating at the intersection of advertising, e-commerce, and entertainment. We're looking for engineers who enjoy thinking big and diving deep, who thrive on solving tough problems with elegant solutions, who aren't afraid to jump into new technologies when the old ones don't work. If you are looking for the next challenge in your career, this is it.

As an SDE on the Video Demand team, you will work at all levels in the stack. You will build low-latency, high-availability applications and services. You will build simple and elegant customer facing features, and implement the complex data aggregation behind them. You applications will span the internet, from browser to back-end to big-data.

Successful candidates will have a solid background in modern programming languages, distributed systems, and web technologies (advertising and video experience is a plus). Equally important is the ability to multi-task, invent, create reliable and maintainable code, and find creative, scalable solutions to difficult problems.

Video Demand is part of Amazon Advertising. Amazon Advertising has a top tier culture, with talented engineers who take great pride in both the technical and business contribution of their work. As part of Amazon Advertising you will be have a significant impact Amazon's business, advertisers, and customers.

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