One of the world’s highest scale storage platforms is currently looking for a PRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROGRAM MANAGER WITH AN OBSESSION FOR AUTOMATION to help us grow our systems organization. Is that you? How can you tell? You are overexcited about automation, simplification, and high performance for your systems. You love to work with internal and external customers to execute projects and resolve issues. You are a believer in the dev-ops model of service engineering, and you are excited to be in an environment where developers don’t toss problems over the wall. And you're happiest when you're working with empowered, world-class engineers to meet world-class challenges. Finally, with your strong ownership bias, you have an infectious desire to continually improve how things are done.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of Amazon’s fastest growing businesses. It services millions of customers in more than 190 countries and powers the developers who are building the next generation of global industry leaders. AWS runs a globally distributed environment, operating at massive levels of scale. Businesses, from startups to enterprises, run their operations and applications on AWS’s multi-tenant infrastructure. Each day, millions of developers execute billions of transactions worldwide on the AWS Cloud.
Amazon S3 sets the standard for functionality, cost, and performance for storage in the cloud. With trillions of objects under management, we’re one of the most successful services anywhere. But, we’re not resting on our laurels… it’s still the early days for cloud computing, and there are boundless opportunities to continue to redefine the world of storage. This Program Manager role reports into the S3 Region Expansion organization supporting our efforts to help grow S3 at an incredibly fast pace. You will interface daily with program managers, engineers, managers, and the senior leadership team.
As a Principal Technical Program Manager working with Amazon S3, you will:
- Manage cross-team and cross-organization delivery of long-term customer-facing programs
- Work with the product management and engineering team to identify technical requirements, limitations, and bottlenecks
- Create the strategy for, and manage, externally facing customer feedback programs
- Meet with internal and external customers to understand future requirements