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30+ days ago

Site Readiness Manager

Amazon Cape Town

The Site Readiness Manager (SRM) will be responsible for partnering with Program Managers (CM) and the Change Program Management team to engage in… Amazon

30+ days ago

Office Coordinator (ROBC)

Amazon Cape Town strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover virtually anything they want to buy online. By… Amazon

30+ days ago

Business Analyst (TRMS)

Amazon Cape Town

Have you ever thought about what it takes to detect and prevent fraudulent purchases among hundreds of millions of ecommerce transactions in six… Amazon

30+ days ago

Intern Software Development Engineer

Amazon Cape Town

Amazon Development Centre South Africa is looking for passionate software developers to join us and help to solve a challenging set of problems in… Amazon Reviews

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    Current Employee - Software Development Engineer II in Cape Town (South Africa)
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    Amazon keeps its head down, ignores market sentiment and innovates quietly and continuously. They build large, complex software systems that solve interesting, real-world problems. All decisions are driven by the customer experience, often at the short-term expense of the company, since they have a mature, long-term attitude to return on investment. Employees are encouraged to be owners and there is little micromanagement -- if you're driven and competent, you have a lot of creative freedom and autonomy. They take complaints and concerns, even from new employees, seriously. You can, and are encouraged to, politely challenge any decision by your peers or superiors.


    Amazon plays its cards close to its chest and it's frustrating not being able to talk about exciting products and other interesting stuff that goes on inside the company, particularly when recruiting. Frugality breeds creative, cost-effective solutions but can sometimes be taken too far. Development centres outside of the US can be treated as second-class and are sometimes overlooked when it comes to resources.

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    Treat non-US employees with the same respect as US employees.

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