Job Description:

As a Senior E-Commerce Software Engineer for Magic Leap’s Lifestream team you will have responsibility for the planning and development of our Lifestream E-Commerce solution in support of the implementation of our Lifestream business function and how it integrates within our product portfolio.

  • Lead the build and maintenance of E-commerce platforms and administer changes to user interface and/or back-end data architecture database
  • Lead the design and development of new functionality enhancements for E-Commerce web sites working closely with Lifestream and Product teams
  • Identify and resolve systems issues across multiple platforms
  • Perform quality assurance tests and ascertain the cause of the problem when performance is not meeting standards – Execute solutions
  • Stay current on emerging technologies with the goal of applying these technologies to current and future projects
  • Troubleshoot and improve upon website functionality
  • Perform updates and maintenance on high volume ecommerce website and servers
  • Assist in troubleshooting E-Commerce EDI issues with partner sites
  • Payment gateway and processor maintenance
  • Participate in marketing strategy meetings
  • Provide insight and analysis of conversions, traffic, average order value and key word rankings with actionable 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide thought leadership to a cross-functional team of Front-end Engineers, Designers, Product Managers, and Analysts to develop high-quality technical solutions impacting our customers and business
  • Build new features on top of existing tools and systems to continually improve our customers' web experience
  • Lead the design, development, and deployment of back-end features for our e-commerce technology systems

Basic Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience working with e-commerce platforms
  • Asynchronous API server in Java for the selection of ad according to the targeted audience and concurrent bids
  • Experience building high performance, multi-threaded, distributed systems and applications
  • Experience practicing advanced optimization techniques and with performance analysis
  • Experience with real-time data processing engines, and low latency systems is preferred

Preferred Skills:

  • Solid understanding of GitHub and open source development culture in general.
  • Experience with e-commerce a huge-plus
  • A passion for all things Web, including but not limited to, managing applications in the cloud, building and maintaining RESTful APIs, database design, development and maintenance, performance, analytics and monitoring.
  • Experience building real-time data pipelines using Kafka.
  • Experience with large scale data processing using Hadoop/Spark.
  • Experience in Cassandra and Couchbase.
  • Experience with Functional Programming.
  • Experience with Scala, Clojure, Go

Education:

  • Bachelors degree in Computer Science or related field, equivalent experience may be substituted

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

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