June 21st, 2012, 01:50 PM
Web Development Engineer - Android Apps
Do you have a passion for creating user interfaces that are beautiful and engaging? Want to design and build innovative user interfaces on the latest and greatest mobile devices including the Kindle Fire? If so join us on the Mobile Development Team; an innovative and growing part of A2Z Research and Development, an Amazon.com company.
We're a group of talented technical professionals that are empowered and driven to build world class experiences for both developers and end users. Our first major achievement was the successful development of the Amazon Appstore for Android and Kindle Fire. Feel the thrill of a fast-paced environment redefining an entire market segment.
- 3+ years developing rich user interfaces using 3rd party frameworks
- 3+ years developing web applications for mobile platforms
- Ability to convert a design document into a working user interface with no loss in fidelity
- Knowledge of usability principles, cross-browser compatibility, and HTML document architecture
- Work well in teams, respecting and welcoming ideas from partners, business stakeholders, and technical experts
- Passion for creating efficient, scalable, highly usable web interfaces
- Experience with conducting A/B Testing, usability studies, and performance tuning
- Experience building UIs for mobile applications
- Excited about technology, have a strong interest in learning about and playing with the latest technologies and building compelling web applications and UI
- Experience with developing and delivering solutions at a rapid pace
- Excellent communication skills
- Self-directed and capable of working effectively in a dynamic environment
We offer excellent pay, generous stock and bonus plans, great benefits including medical, dental, vision, 401k with matching, and more.
A2Z Research and Development, an Amazon.com company, is an equal opportunity employer. We are located in Orange County, CA. Learn more and apply today here.
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