Amazon's Weblab Decisions team enables experimental guidance for launching, conducting and making decisions using Weblab to help Amazon build better products for customers. A/B testing is in Amazon's DNA and we're at the core of how Amazon innovates on behalf of customers. Be a part of the team that helps Amazonians make decisions about their Weblabs. Improve tool usability and understandability for tens of thousands of internal customers. We are seeking a skilled Frontend Engineer to help us build the future of experimentation systems at Amazon.
We are looking for a talented Frontend Engineer with a strong technical background to partner with a highly-talented and experienced engineering team spanning frontend, full stack and backend. You will work closely with multiple engineering and business teams to continuously identify opportunities to enable and accelerate impactful business initiatives related to Weblab frontend. Strong judgment and communication skills, long term technical vision, and continuous focus on the usability of our tools for our customers are essential for the success in this role.
About us together:
We're going to help Amazon make better decisions by creating A/B-testing systems to help them design, create, and understand the results of their experiments. Our work will inform some of the biggest decisions at Amazon. We have decades of combined experience on the team in many areas of science and engineering so it's a great environment in which to learn and grow. A/B testing is one of the hottest areas of research and development in the world today and this is a chance to learn how it works in the company known for pioneering its use.
· B.S./B.A. degree in Computer Science or Human-Computer Interaction (or equivalent experience)
· Familiarity with A/B testing and analytics
· Knowledge of front-end fundamentals (e.g., web: client vs. server rendering); enough to make good trade-offs on implementation
· Experience building complex systems that have been successfully delivered to customers
· Experience in communication with technical and non-technical audiences around requirements, features and technical designs
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· 3+ years FEE experience