Operations opportunities for students in Europe
We strive to be Earth’s most customer-centric company. And with every order prepared and delivered, our customer demand is growing. To meet this demand and keep a world-class service, we’re hiring graduates and students to grow our teams in fulfillment centers across Europe.
Our scale and our customer obsession will lead you to experiment, take risks, learn quickly, and find ways to do more with less. You’ll drive change and help create products and services that will transform the way people live. You’ll have the chance to work with leaders who will give you insight into our business and teach you skills for manager and partner roles.
You’ll motivate and coach teams of associates to invent strategies and improve the customer experience. You’ll keep the highest levels of safety, quality, customer service, and productivity in our centers.
You’ll manage a team and lead by example. You’ll be responsible for the training and integration of your team members. You’ll also drive improvements, make sound judgments, and ensure progress and targets are realistic.
You’ll promote and keep positive relations with our employees. You’ll work with benefits and compensation, leaves of absence, performance management, and recruitment and retention.
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“You can’t get around our Leadership Principles. We hold ourselves and each other accountable for showing them through our actions on the job every day. They describe how Amazon does business, how leaders lead, and how we keep customers at the center of our decisions.”
“‘Earn Trust’ is the Leadership Principle I try to embody in my daily activities. Never underestimate people and the importance of the work they do. Put people first. Listen to what they have to say, appreciate their work, and support them any way you can.”
“This job allowed me to lead a team of up to 100 employees right after graduating from college. Being promoted has been recognition for my hard work.”