It's easy! First, search for a job. Then, follow the directions on your screen.
It's best to write one or have one done for you, but you can certainly apply without one. Where a resume is requested, simply enter a brief description of your background, experience (with dates of employment), educational achievements, and skills. This information is necessary to evaluate candidates. Applications without this information cannot be considered.
Goto www.amazon.com, at the top of most Amazon pages is a Help link. Click on it and you will find instructions for checking the status of your order online, as well as contact information for Customer Service.
If you're selected for an interview, we may request work samples. Please do not include samples with your application. However, if you have public copies of your work available for viewing online, please include the Web-site link on your resume.
We regularly post new positions and remove positions that are no longer open or have been filled. It's ideal when you can apply for a specific position; it makes our process of reviewing applicants easier. However, you may apply without indicating a specific open position.
We search our resume database regularly and then contact the people we'd like to learn more about. Unfortunately, we're not able to make personal contact with people who are not going to be invited in for interviews, but we keep all resumes on file for several months.
It depends. For most positions, we begin the process with a phone interview. If there's interest on both sides, we invite people in for an on-site interview, typically with the hiring manager and several teammates. Our interview process for University Recruiting varies.
Amazon has a casual work environment. Most of our offices are filled with people wearing everyday clothes. Dress nicely but comfortably. A suit and tie won't impress anyone here.
Once we've finished interviewing all of the selected candidates and completed reference and background checks, we try to make a final decision within a few business days.
When we interview out-of-town candidates, we usually have the ability to offer a relocation package depending upon the level and type of position. Details on our relocation offering can be requested at the time of the interview.
Yes. We work with a limited number of contingent workers throughout Amazon. We generally work with temporary employment agencies. We do not provide listings for contractor, temporary, or freelance positions.
We do not have a general resume submittal process for agencies not on our preferred list.
Amazon does not recruit employees for our partner companies. Please contact those companies directly.