Adobe Experience Manager is the Enterprise CMS trusted by 70% of the world's top brands as the platform to drive their business. AEM Assets was recently identified (Q2 2018) as the leader in the Forrester Wave (see https://theblog.adobe.com/adobe-named-leader-2018-forrester-wave-digital-asset-management/) category for Enterprise Digital Asset Management.
As a member of the AEM Asset Engineering, you will be responsible for overall feature and product quality while working closely with other team members to evolve and innovate the next generation of Adobe's AEM Assets platform. The successful candidate will play a very important role in ensuring our products are released with the highest possible quality and also be critical to the continuous advancement of the workflow, projects, and Assets product areas. We are looking for a bright, motivated individual to join a high-caliber, fast-paced team.
The successful candidate may have previously been employed in a quality or feature engineering role, works independently, has worked in an agile team environment and has excellent communication skills backed by technical expertise. AEM is undergoing a transformation into Unified Engineering and adopting a DevOps culture so the successful candidate will bring a strong DevOps and/or TechOps background and will engage in open discussion across a large diverse group of engineers transforming the way we work.
At Adobe, you will be immersed in an exceptional work environment that is recognized throughout the world on Best Companies lists . You will also be surrounded by colleagues who are committed to helping each other grow through our unique Check-In approach where ongoing feedback flows freely.
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