Amazon Off Campus Recruitment Drive | 2015 & 2016 Batch | May 2016

Amazon Off Campus Recruitment Drive | 2015 & 2016 Batch | May 2016

Company Name: Amazon

About Amazon Web Services:

2015 & 2016 Batch Freshers Registration (Sponsor)

AWS Support provides global technical support to a wide range of external customers as they build mission-critical applications on top of AWS services such as Amazon S3 and Amazon EC2. We have a team of talented Support Engineers located in 8 countries around the world, and are growing rapidly.



Position: Big Data Cloud Support Associate

Salary: INR 10 LPA

Interview Location: Bangalore & Hyderabad

Last Date for Registration is 22nd May, 2016

Degree Specialization: B.Tech/B.E. (CS/IT & ECE Only)

Academic Criteria: 70% throughout 10th, 12th & Degree

Batch: 2015-2016 Passouts

Job Location: Bangalore

Job Responsibilities:
•Apply advanced troubleshooting techniques to provide unique solutions to our customers’ individual needs
•Work directly with Amazon Web Service architects to help reproduce and resolve customer issues
•Leverage extensive customer support experience to provide feedback to internal AWS teams on how to improve our services
•Work on projects that improve support-related processes and customers’ technical support experience
•Write tutorials, how-to videos, and other technical articles for the customer community
•Work on critical, highly complex customer problems that may span multiple AWS services
•Interact with leading technologists around the world

Desired Candidate Profile:
•Good knowledge in Java programming, Data Structures, OOPS concepts
•Good understanding of distributed computing concepts
•Good understanding of OS Linux (Sys Admin concepts)
•Good knowledge of Networking concepts (TCP/IP, OSI Model, DNS/DHCP etc)
•Good communication skills (written and verbal)

Tentative date of Interview: Will be communicated post registration window is closed

How To Apply:

Registration Link: Click Here To Apply

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