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Amazon Worldwide Operations & Customer Services

Students

Current & Former

Whether you're currently in school, ready to graduate, or belong to an MBA program, we have something for you in Amazon Operations - the heart of Amazon’s business. To run our business, we are eager to hire both recent university graduates and students planning for their future into a variety of full time and intern roles in management, human resources, safety, engineering, and more!

Students

On-Campus Jobs

As many students know, purchasing and selling back books can be expensive and often stressful. This is the problem Amazon sought to solve with the idea of the Amazon campus pick-up point.

That’s where you come in. As an Amazon Campus Associate at a campus pick-up location, you’re the one behind the smile on the box when students pick up their packages.

Amazon’s mission continues today. Are you ready?

Part-Time Campus Associate

The ideal candidate for a Campus Associate role is bright, motivated, customer focused, results-oriented, and possesses a strong work ethic.

Campus Shift Lead

Everyone at Amazon is a leader. Our Shift Leads support the associates on their team, removing their barriers so they have a clear path to do their job and communicating with leaders at all levels.

Campus jobs available:

Part-Time Jobs

Every day, something new.

Prime Now. Campus Pickup Point. Sortation Centers. Amazon part-time associates get to work in some of the most exciting and critical parts of the Amazon fulfillment network, and the flexible schedule is ideal for students, on- or off-campus.

Part-time jobs available now

 

 

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Internships

Are you interested in spending your summer with a team of Amazonians, working hard, having fun and making history?

Amazon Operations is now hiring for 2017 internships!

 

How do I apply?

To start your application, select a link below, check out the job description and basic requirements, and choose ‘Apply Now’ if you are interested. If you are a good fit, our recruiting team will reach out to you directly with next steps.

 

Area Manager Intern

HR Intern

Assistant Maintenance Manager Intern

CS Intern

Safety Intern

Loss Prevention Intern

Transportation Management Intern

Program Manager Intern, WW Real Estate

 

Who are we looking for?

Amazon looks for students who are effective leaders with the ability to motivate, mentor, and engage.  With an opportunity to intern with Amazon Operations, you will have the unrivaled experience of digging into an established business that is growing exponentially. We need student leaders who will have ideas on how to improve our processes and who aren’t afraid to innovate. We need leaders who will embrace all the responsibility we give them and excel!

Additionally, we are seeking rising juniors currently enrolled in an undergraduate program. Your graduation date should be some time between December 2017 and June 2018.

 

What is Amazon Operations?

Operations is at the heart of Amazon business. Around the clock, our vast and intricate network of Amazon Fulfillment operations centers are busy delivering on behalf of customers as we process orders every second. Our scale is expansive and our presence is growing - some of our centers across the United States and Canada are over 1 million square feet and have the capacity of shipping over 2 million customer orders in a day! Our goal is simple: to offer the world’s greatest selection of products and services with the world’s best customer service. Meeting this goal requires us to hire the right talent that keeps that dream alive.

 

What types of internships are available?

Internships at Amazon are your opportunity to get meaningful real-world experience in your field of study, whether that be HR, Supply Chain, Operations Management, Facilities Management, or Safety Management.

 

What’s in it for me?

As a summer intern for 10 weeks, you will lead a team of associates and work on special projects that are crucial and meaningful to the business. You won’t be taking coffee orders or cleaning out the old file closet during your internship at Amazon. Expect to be actively engaging with employees, earning hands-on familiarity with building relationships, meeting deadlines, supporting development and keeping the wheels in motion as we distribute packages to Amazon customers nationwide - as a team.

In addition to a competitive pay and relocation assistance, we empower our interns to make substantial contributions, encourage them to bring their big ideas and new perspectives to the table, and provide specific guidance and support throughout. We are committed to fostering a supportive, casual, and exciting environment for our intern team members, and are proud to say that many of our interns later join Amazon as full time employees post-graduation.

 

Where will I be interning?

All of our internship opportunities are available at Amazon Fulfillment Centers, Sort Centers, or other operational buildings nationwide. Sites are typically based in rural cities due to the size of our buildings, and are typically driving distance from regional hubs such as Chicago, Phoenix, or Atlanta. If you choose to join us, you will be placed in one of our many sites across the nation. During our recruitment process, you will have the opportunity to rank your preferred work locations after you accept our offer.

A big part of learning is being flexible, and with the ever-changing business needs at Amazon we appreciate your cooperation as we make tough decisions on where you will complete your internship. Relocation and housing assistance is available, and our team works to accommodate our intern groups with housing that is comfortable and connected to our Amazon intern community whenever possible. We want to help you have a great learning experience during your internship.

 

What is the work environment like?

Our Amazon Operations Fulfillment Centers, Sort Centers, and other operational buildings nationwide are hubs for the day-to-day business of getting packages and products to customers efficiently, quickly and correctly. As a 24/7 operation, Amazon runs many work shifts (days, nights, weekends, etc.). Our sites vary from somewhat small to very large, but all have the same goal of getting products to customers.

If you require any kind of reasonable accommodation to attend an interview with us, or have questions about the nature of work required of our Fulfillment Center team members, please communicate with the recruiting team for more information.

 

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How do I apply?

To start your application, select a link below, check out the job description and basic requirements and choose ‘Apply Now’ if you are interested. If you are a good fit, our recruiting team will reach out to you directly with next steps.

 

For the Area Manager position: 

Please select and apply to the position in the region in which you attended college or are currently attending college. For US applicants, these regions do not indicate where you will be placed.

Area Manager – US – West

AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NV, NM, OR, TX, UT, WA, WY

Area Manager – US – Central

IL, IN, IA, KS, MI, MN, MO, NE, ND, OH, OK, SD, WI

Area Manager – US – Northeast

CT, DE, ME, MD, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT, DC, WV

Area Manager – US – Southeast

AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA

Area Manager - Canada Operations

Canada

Area Manager - US - Student Veteran

If you are a student veteran, please apply directly to this link regardless of where you attended school!

 

For all other positions:

Please select and apply to the position that fits your interests and qualifications.

Safety Specialist - US - Nationwide

Questions? See below prior to submitting your application.

 

Does this sound like you?

You are a leader. You inspire others to do great things.

You are a problem solver. You love tackling challenges head on.

You are an innovator. You are constantly looking to improve and make things better.

You are a pioneer. You have a zest for exploration, learning and the next big thing.

Oh, yeah, and you like to have fun!

 

Who are we looking for?

Amazon looks for students who are effective leaders with the ability to motivate, mentor, and engage.  With an opportunity to work with Amazon Operations, you will have the unrivaled experience of digging into an established business that is growing exponentially. We need student leaders who will have ideas on how to improve our processes and who aren’t afraid to innovate. We need leaders who will embrace all the responsibility we give them and excel!

Additionally, to eligible for our roles, you should be:

  • A recent college graduate
  • Graduating sometime before June 2017

 

What is Amazon Operations?

Operations is at the heart of Amazon business. Around the clock, our vast and intricate network of Amazon Fulfillment operations centers are busy delivering on behalf of customers as we process orders every second. Our scale is expansive and our presence is growing - some of our centers across the United States and Canada are over 1 million square feet and have the capacity of shipping over 2 million customer orders in a day! Our goal is simple: to offer the world’s greatest selection of products and services with the world’s best customer service. Meeting this goal requires us to hire the right talent that keeps that dream alive.

 

What full time roles are available?

To run our business, we are eager to hire both recent university graduates and students planning for their future into a variety of roles in HR, Supply Chain, Operations Management, Facilities Management, Safety Management and more! 

 

What’s in it for me?

At Amazon, we provide a launch pad for your career in a big way. In addition to a competitive pay rate, full benefits package, and relocation assistance, we empower our employees to make substantial contributions, encourage them to bring their big ideas and new perspectives to the table. As an Amazonian, you have a world of opportunity at your fingertips through our knowledge bases, mentorships, internal learning series, and development programs. As you work with a high level of autonomy, you will never be limited in what you can do or where you can go with Amazon. Trying new things, asking ‘why?’ and experimenting with solutions is encouraged! We are committed to fostering a supportive, fun, and exciting environment for our team members, and offer an unrivaled experience for our student hires as they transition from life on campus to working full-time.

 

Where are these jobs located?

Amazon has hundreds of facilities across the country, and we are continuously growing! Sites are typically based in rural cities due to the size of our buildings, and are usually driving distance from a regional hub such as Chicago, Phoenix, or Atlanta. (See here for a quick peek tour).

We encourage your flexibility throughout the recruiting process as we determine, with your input, the best location fit for you. Should you be extended an offer following the final interview, and choose to accept this offer, you will have the opportunity to submit your placement preferences by state. This position requires you to be willing to relocate nationwide based on these preferences. We will use these preferences to match you up with a business opening at the time you’re available to start.

 

When can I get started?

We are seeking new team members year-round, which means there are multiple opportunities to start your employment! That being said, our openings are dependent on the needs of the business which will guide when exactly we can place our new-hires. 

 

What is the work environment like?

Our Amazon Operations Fulfillment Centers, Sort Centers, and other operational buildings nationwide are hubs for the day-to-day business of getting packages and products to customers efficiently, quickly and correctly. As a 24/7 operation, Amazon runs many work shifts (days, nights, weekends, etc.). Our sites vary from somewhat small to very large, but all have the same goal of getting products to customers.

If you require any kind of reasonable accommodation to attend an interview with us, or have questions about the nature of work required of our Fulfillment Center team members, please communicate with the recruiting team for more information.

 

What are the next steps?

Once you have completed your full application online for the role you are interested in, a member of our recruiting team will reach out to you regarding the next steps. 

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MBA

Amazon’s MBA program exists to build a leadership pipeline for the organization. The global MBA program currently includes Canada, China, Costa Rica, Europe (France, Germany, Italy, LUX, Spain, UK, Poland, Czech Republic), India, Japan and the US. MBAs and Master’s level students at Amazon are given ownership of large areas of opportunity, and the autonomy to think strategically and make decisions that have a significant impact on our customers and our business. We have several full-time opportunities available for MBA candidates. Internships within each role last 11 to 12 weeks and provide students the opportunity to complete function-specific projects.

Career Opportunities:

Sr. Product Manager (PM):Senior Product Managers at Amazon invent new products and features on behalf of customers (merchants and consumers). PMs work cross-functionally to drive ideas from conception to execution, develop business models and marketing plans, define and analyze success metrics, manage strategic projects, and own the product end to end. PMs ultimately become general managers responsible for running large business segments and organizations. Examples of organizations where PMs may work include: Kindle, Seller Services (including Marketplace, Webstore, and Fulfillment by Amazon), Prime and Delivery Experience, and International Expansion. The full-time and internship role is available in the US (Seattle) only.

Pathways Operations Management (Ops): Pathways is a three year, field-based leadership development program with progressively challenging assignments in our fulfillment centers and customer service sites. Pathways hires start as Area Managers (leading 50-100 hourly associates) and subsequently become Operations Managers, where they lead other Area Managers. Graduation from the program includes a promotion to a Sr. Operations Manager. Full-time and internship roles are available in the US, Canada, EU (UK, FR, DE, PL, CZ, IT), Costa Rica, China, Japan and India.

Sr. Program Manager (PGM): Sr. Program Managers work across the organization to find solutions to complex problems within operations, supply chain and logistics, and are given responsibility on their first day to own those business challenges and the autonomy to think strategically and make data driven decisions. They drive efforts, both independently and as part of larger project teams, and have a significant impact on the customer experience and the business. Full-time and internship roles are available in the US (Seattle) only.

Sr. Financial Analyst (SFA): SFA is a three year leadership development program. Participants join Amazon as Senior Financial Analysts (SFAs) and are given significant responsibility from the start to drive both business and financial decisions. SFAs are expected to evaluate and quantify new business ideas, execute controllership and reporting for their businesses, and perform data-intensive analyses, all to drive meaningful change and improvement to the way we serve ourcustomers. The full-time role is available in the US (Seattle), EU (UK, LUX, SP, FR, DE, IT), China and Japan. The internship role is available in US (Seattle), China and Japan.

HR Leadership Development Program (HRLDP): HRLDP is a three year leadership development program designed to prepare high potential MBA and Master’s level candidates for accelerated careers in HR. Participants in this high-profile program develop a broad set of skills and experiences within Human Resources through rotational assignments, program management, training and mentoring. Full-time roles are available in the US (Seattle), EU, China, Japan and India. The internship role is available in the US (Seattle) and China.

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