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Since its found­a­tion in 1994, Amazon has focused on its cus­tom­ers. We want to sim­plify their lives, we want to con­trib­ute to their suc­cess, and we want to provide them with state-of-the-art infra­struc­tures. Many of them are already excited users: cus­tom­ers who shop with us; com­pan­ies selling on Amazon Mar­ket­place or using our cloud ser­vices; start-ups that make their brand-new inven­tions avail­able to mil­lions of cus­tom­ers; authors who pub­lish e-books without hurdles, and film­makers who reach their view­ers. Thanks to our infra­struc­ture, our part­ners can focus on what mat­ters to them: their products, their con­tent, their innov­a­tions – and on cre­at­ing new jobs in Ger­many.

Amazon star­ted its Ger­man busi­ness in 1998. Mean­while, a large num­ber of teams work in a wide vari­ety of areas in Ger­many. No name but a few: The retail teams are respons­ible for the expan­sion of the product range on the Amazon web­site and con­tinu­ously ensure the optimal stock. The latest tech­no­lo­gies are developed in sev­eral devel­op­ment cen­ters. For example, machine learn­ing research­ers work in close cooper­a­tion with local sci­entific insti­tu­tions on the fur­ther devel­op­ment of arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence. Amazon Web Ser­vices con­nects with cus­tom­ers, from star­tups to large enter­prises, to sup­port them with cloud solu­tions and the expert­ise of AWS experts. Other teams are devel­op­ing lan­guage tech­no­lo­gies for Alexa and new devices and soft­ware for Fire TV and other Amazon products.

Gradu­ate Ker­nel Hyper­visor Engin­eer – Dresden

At Amazon, we are work­ing to be the most cus­tomer-cent­ric com­pany on earth. To get there, we need excep­tion­ally tal­en­ted, bright, and driven people. Amazon is con­tinu­ally evolving and is a place where motiv­ated employ­ees thrive and also where employee own­er­ship and account­ab­il­ity lead to mean­ing­ful res­ults.

Work­ing field:

We're look­ing for tal­en­ted, motiv­ated Soft­ware Devel­op­ment Engin­eer­ing Gradu­ates who can join us to offer a great cus­tomer exper­i­ences. If you have an interest in build­ing large-scale, high-per­form­ance, cus­tomer-cent­ric products and think end-to-end, this may be the job you've been look­ing for.

Amazon is a place where build­ers can build. From day one, you will be work­ing with exper­i­enced engin­eers and design­ers who love what they do. You will drive your own learn­ing and devel­op­ment with guid­ance and coach­ing from your man­ager and team, not to men­tion the excel­lent long-term devel­op­ment pro­spects you would expect from one of the world’s lead­ing online busi­nesses.

You will be sur­roun­ded by people that are smart and pas­sion­ate about cloud com­put­ing. The Devel­op­ment Team devel­ops applic­a­tions used by our global list of cus­tom­ers and internal Amazon teams.

In par­tic­u­lar, the Ker­nel and Oper­at­ing Sys­tem team in Dresden, Ger­many that cre­ates the heart of EC2 is look­ing for gradu­ates in the area of Com­puter Sci­ence, Applied Com­puter Sci­ence or related fields to work in the low­est layer of the AWS soft­ware stack.

Job Respons­ib­il­it­ies include:
Amazon is look­ing for engin­eers with pas­sion and interest for the Linux Ker­nel and Vir­tu­al­iz­a­tion. As part of the team, you will have the chance to drive a sig­ni­fic­ant impact on our sys­tems, our busi­ness and most import­antly our cus­tom­ers.

If you are pas­sion­ate about Linux Ker­nel, have tech­nical know­ledge on oper­at­ing sys­tems and want to build solu­tions to chal­len­ging prob­lems, that dir­ectly affect mil­lions of people, there may be no bet­ter place than Amazon for you to impact the world! You will be respons­ible for the low­est layer of the AWS soft­ware stack touch­ing the Linux Ker­nel and our hyper­visors.

Require­ments:

Basic Qual­i­fic­a­tions
  • Com­pleted or cur­rently on a Bach­el­ors/ Mas­ters degree related to Com­puter Engin­eer­ing/ Com­puter Sci­ence/ Soft­ware Engin­eer­ing etc. (Expec­ted gradu­ation in 2019 or recently gradu­ated)
  • Know­ledge of Com­puter Sci­ence fun­da­ment­als such as algorithm design, data struc­tures, prob­lem solv­ing, and com­plex­ity ana­lysis.
  • Devel­op­ment exper­i­ence in ASM, C or C++.
  • Solid under­stand­ing of memory man­age­ment and CPU schedul­ing.

Pre­ferred Qual­i­fic­a­tions
  • Ker­nel devel­op­ment
  • Vir­tu­al­iz­a­tion (Xen, KVM, other)
  • Devel­op­ment exper­i­ence in python
  • Script­ing exper­i­ence in bash
  • Linux/BSD dis­tri­bu­tion devel­op­ment
  • Net­work­ing
  • Bench­mark­ing and test­ing
  • Per­form­ance mod­el­ling
  • Embed­ded sys­tems and pro­gram­ming close to hard­ware
  • Scalab­il­ity

What we of­fer:

Applic­a­tion and Assess­ment Pro­cess
Eli­gible can­did­ates will be invited to attend an online assess­ment post which suc­cess­ful can­did­ates will be invited to an in-house assess­ment centre. This selec­tion pro­cess is sub­ject to change but you will be noti­fied if any changes are made.

Amazon is an equal oppor­tun­it­ies employer. We believe pas­sion­ately that employ­ing a diverse work­force is cent­ral to our suc­cess. We make recruit­ing decisions based on your exper­i­ence and skills. We value your pas­sion to dis­cover, invent, sim­plify and build.

Pro­tect­ing your pri­vacy and the secur­ity of your data is a long­stand­ing top pri­or­ity for Amazon. Please con­sult our Pri­vacy Notice to know more about how we col­lect, use and trans­fer the per­sonal data of our can­did­ates.

How to ap­ply: