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Wherever you are in your career exploration, Amazon likely has an opportunity for you. Our research scientists and engineers shape the future of natural language understanding with Alexa. Fulfillment center associates around the globe send customer orders from our warehouses to doorsteps. Product managers set feature requirements, strategy, and marketing messages for brand new customer experiences. And as we grow, we’ll add jobs that haven’t been invented yet.
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At Amazon, we don’t wait for the next big idea to present itself. We envision the shape of impossible things and then we boldly make them reality. So far, this mindset has helped us achieve some incredible things. Let’s build new systems, challenge the status quo, and design the world we want to live in. We believe the work you do here will be the best work of your life.
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At Amazon, we pride ourselves on our peculiar culture. We honour and respect the differences that each Amazonian brings, and we seek to include those perspectives in our solutions for our global customer base. We also seek to build a diverse community of creators and developers who we are proud to call customers. Find out more at www.amazon.co.uk/diversity
Empowering the next generation
Our Affinity Groups bring employees together across businesses and geographies. With executive and company sponsorship, these groups play an important role in building internal networks for career development, advising Amazon business units, leading in service projects, participating in policy discussions, and reaching out to communities where Amazonians live and work. Since 2016, enrollment in Amazon’s affinity groups has more than doubled in more than 90 chapters worldwide.
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As a graduate or intern joining Amazon, you can have multiple opportunities to innovate and solve real-world, complex technical and business problems. We have career opportunities available for undergraduates and advanced degree students across the globe with diverse academic backgrounds.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Amazon.
Spoke to the recruiter, who was oddly openly not enthusiastic about me being in the process from day 1. The first round consisted of interview with the hiring manager. She asked standard interview questions that were behavioural to test your ability to plug their leadership values in as well as your knowledge of the programs they create and if you have any ideas around how you'd shape it.
The whole process didn't take long. I didn't enjoy it, the people did not come across encouraging. It felt like I was interviewing with the public sector. The recruiter didn't know much or anything at all about the role and relied on pre-prepared and basic info packs that were not useful. The tone throughout the process is very much 'this is a one-way street - be grateful for even getting through'. Though it didn't seem clear how the hiring manager was overtly qualified nor inspirational to lead and learn from. There were also instances where I picked up on passive aggressive and defensive responses. This sounded alarm bells on their culture & values.
I did not want to proceed in the process.