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Tag: Help Wanted

Jobs at AWS – The Complete List

The AWS team is growing by leaps and bounds. Existing teams are expanding, new teams are being formed, and we’re pushing into new territories. There are so many jobs that our official job site can be a bit difficult to navigate. To make it easier to find the job that is right for you, I […]

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Open Positions on the AWS Marketing Team

We have just opened up some new positions on the AWS Marketing Team: Product Marketing Manager (Seattle, Job 133399) – Support the ongoing marketing needs of product teams, ie. managing launches, reviewing launch content, driving product-specific campaigns, and managing Customer Advisory Board. Marketing Communications Manager (Seattle, Job 133423) – Manage content development/approval/publication process, author website […]

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Jobs – Jobs – Jobs!

We are already putting together our 2011 plans for AWS. I can’t tell you what we are planning to do, but I can tell you that we need to hire some more great people in order to turn these plans into the kinds of amazing services that you have come to expect from us. The […]

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Job Openings in AWS Developer Resources

I’d like to highlight a few of the nearly one hundred open positions on the AWS team. If you are a software engineer, manager, technical writer, program manager, or product manager and you like to work on cutting-edge projects with world-scale impact, you owe it to yourself to look at these positions. If you are […]

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Amazon Second Life Job Fair – July 14, 2009

The very first Amazon Job Fair in Second Life will take place on Tuesday July 14th and will run from 6 AM to Midnight, PST. This free event is a unique opportunity for candidates to have direct access to hiring managers and recruiters from around the world. Amazon is looking for all levels of technical […]

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Help Wanted: More AWS Job Openings

Earlier today I met with the AWS Platform (AWSP) team. This team is responsible for the heavy duty infrastructure pieces which are common to our line of web services. These vital pieces of our infrastructure take care of authenticating and authorizing requests for AWS services, capturing usage information, billing customers for usage, analyzing large volumes […]

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