FTW3/4 Ops Manager

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  • Salary:
    negotiable / monthly
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  • Posted:
    9 hours ago
  • Category:
    General Labor

Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) is storage for the Internet. Through the use of pioneering techniques in distributed computing, developers can durably store their data on AWSs proven computing infrastructure to achieve virtually limitless storage capacity at minimal cost. Amazon S3 provides simple APIs that can be used to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web. While the emerging area of cloud computing has seen tremendous growth over the past few years, we are still in the early stages of realizing its full potential. S3 Storage is looking for a Senior Software Development Manager to build and lead a team for an area of strategic importance and significant impact and grow the organization in the DC area. We are custodians of all of S3’s customer data and have full control of how that data is accessed, stored, kept durable and highly available. In this role, you will drive the design and implementation of services that optimize and simplify control plane and request plane workflows. You will define, plan and execute on projects that take S3’s storage eco-system to the next level. You will partner with senior technical leaders and with other teams in S3 and AWS to deliver these capabilities at S3 scale. The right candidate must be able to dive deep into engineering, operations and business details. Youll need to excel at hiring and developing both technical and leadership talent. S3 Storage operates at large scale and stores critical data for customers world-wide, so a passion and discipline around operational excellence is key. You must be able to thrive and succeed in an entrepreneurial environment, and not be hindered by ambiguity or competing priorities. This means you are not only able to develop and drive high-level strategic initiatives, but can also roll up your sleeves, dig in and get the job done. Come work hard and make history with Amazon S3.