Working at Amazon

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Images of Amazon's Seattle, Washington, campus, in both the downtown and South Lake Union neighborhoods. (JORDAN STEAD / Amazon)
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What is a ‘Bar Raiser’ at Amazon?

Amazon is focused on hiring well, rather than hiring quickly. The Bar Raiser Programme is just one example of why our hiring process is unique.

Keeping people safe: ex-policeman swaps his badge for safety stripes

Amazon’s UK Fulfilment Centre network is supported by a team of dedicated health and safety professionals that is over 100-strong.

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Find out how technical retraining can transform your career

We understand the importance of technical retraining – particularly for women looking to unlock exciting new careers in tech. Kate Koehn has already benefited and explains how.

Meet the veterans working at Amazon

Phil Davenport and Joe Haggis left the Armed Forces in search of a better work/life balance. Like hundreds of veterans and reservists, they have found a fresh start at Amazon.

What does it take to be a Safety Manager for Amazon?

Safety Manager at Amazon's Fulfilment Centre in Tilbury, Diego Sabella, shares his story of working at Amazon.

The king of culture: meet the boss who wants to change mindsets

Robert Burnett, UK Regional Health and Safety Manager at Amazon, on the importance of building a safety culture.

Celebrating Amazon’s military veterans and reservists on Armed Forces Day

This week, Amazon is celebrating Armed Forces Reserves Day and Armed Forces Day by recognising Amazon’s military veterans and reservists who use their hard earned skills, training and experience to deliver for our customers.

Amazon apprenticeships: education, beyond the classroom

Amazon has expanded its apprenticeship offer in the UK. Thanks to a blend of theoretical and hands-on learning, apprentices like Nicola, Kirsty and Jake are shaping their future careers.

Recognition at the British Ex-Forces Business Awards

At this year's British Ex-Forces Business Awards, our Military Programme Manager, Gillian Russell, was named Advocate of the Year and Amazon named Employer of the Year.

Amazon Early Insights, 11-13th June, London

Amazon Early Insights is a three-day program that provides women in their early years of undergraduate study with the opportunity to attend talks and workshops delivered by Amazon Software Engineers.
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