Amazon is looking for workers and are ready to make decisions. As part of Amazon Jobs Day, they are looking to kick-off a period in which they will hire 50,000 people. They expect 40,000 of those jobs to be full-time offers. The easiest way to find what Amazon Jobs are being hired for is to go to https://search.amazondelivers.jobs/
On-the-spot job offers
Amazon is hiring full-time and part-time positions. Full-time positions include medical benefits starting immediately and tuition pre-payment for high demand careers. Part-time positions include medical benefits after 90 days and tuition pre-payment.
You will need to provide proof of your identity and employment eligibility to qualify. This is required by federal law by completing a Form I-9. Here is a link to the List of Acceptable Document(s) that are needed (either 1 from List A or 1 from List B and 1 from List C): https://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/acceptable-documents
Amazon is an E-Verify employer. You will be required to present a document with a photograph.
Pay differs based on location, but a full-time job in Baltimore has a starting rate of $13 an hour, according to job postings on Amazon’s site.
Here are some of the keys to success, according to a few Amazon job descriptions. Can you do that?
- Customer Obsessed: You truly enjoy helping people and enjoy that face to face interaction.
- Quality First: You have high standards and it shows in your work.
- Quick: You like to be busy, own and manage your responsibilities and keep the day moving along.
- Put the T in Team: You enjoy working in team environments – we’re better together!
- Flex like Gumby: You don’t mind a curve ball every once in a while and you can be flexible in responsibilities and schedule.
- Keepin’ up with the times: You have to use a smartphone, use apps and can even scan a bar code or two.
Amazon Tours on Amazon Jobs Day
Amazon is holding tours of their facilities in the following locations. ** means that jobs will be at different locations.
- Baltimore, Maryland (BWI2)
- Fall River, Massachusetts (BOS7)
- Buffalo, New York**
- Chattanooga, Tennessee (CHA1)
- Romeoville, Illinois (MDW6)
- Hebron, Kentucky (CVG1)
- Kent, Washington (BFI4)
- Etna, Ohio (CMH1)
- Whitestown, Indiana (IND1)
- Kenosha, Wisconsin (MKE1)
- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma**
- Robbinsville, New Jersey (EWR4)
Dress code for tour
If you are planning a tour of the facilities, you must be 18 years or older and follow Amazon’s dress code.
- Long hair must be pinned or tied up not to exceed the top of the shoulder. Beards may not exceed three inches from the face
- No extraneous articles hanging from clothing. Long chains or drawstrings are prohibited
- Flat, closed-toe and closed-heel shoes.
- No jewelry that dangles or protrudes from the body.