Discovering and applying for roles at Amazon

Welcome to the first step in discovering opportunities at Amazon. We want to make sure you're prepared. To help you get started, we've provided a few of our most frequently asked questions.

Don't have any questions? Begin your search.

To start, search for a job of interest. You can search by locations, business categories, job categories or keywords. Once you find one, click the "Apply Now" button next to the title of the role at the top of the page.

Then, follow the directions on your screen. Either create a new profile, or log back in if you're a returning candidate.

If you are interested in a warehouse/associate position in an Amazon Fulfillment Center, learn more about the application process here.

Being a peculiar company, we don't accept cover letters. Just ensure your resume is up to date and you're all set.

It's recommended to have a resume or CV. If you don't have a resume, it is still okay to apply. Just be sure to fill in a brief description of your background, experience (with dates of employment), educational achievements, and skills. This information is necessary to evaluate candidates. Applications without this information will not be considered.

If you are interested in a warehouse/associate position in an Amazon Fulfillment Center, you do not need to have a resume to apply. Learn more about the application process here.

If you're selected for an interview, we may request work samples. If we do, we'll let you know where you should send them. However, if public copies of your work are available for viewing online, including links on your resume is a good idea.

We regularly post new positions and remove positions that are no longer open. We also actively remove roles that have been filled. If a job is not listed, that means we are no longer taking applications for the position at this time.

We follow federal requirements when we review resumes and only contact candidates we'd like to learn more about. Unfortunately, we're not able to make personal contact with everyone who submits a resume. To check your status, log in to your application profile and review the roles for which you’ve applied.

Candidates for warehouse and Amazon Fulfillment Center positions can check the status of their applications here.

We're working hard to provide the best candidate experience possible, so we've made some improvements to the sign-in experience. We want to make sure you're able to access all of our new features. Resetting your password will allow you to see the new and ongoing changes coming to amazon.jobs to make your experience great.

Currently, we're unable to merge applicants' accounts. If you encounter any issues accessing your information, please submit a support request on our FAQ page and we'll do our best to help you get the information you need.

At this time, amazon.jobs only supports sign-in using a valid email address. In the near future, however, you'll be able sign in to amazon.jobs using your phone number.

To recover your password, click 'Forgot password' on the sign-in screen and enter your username.

We recommend signing in with your current email address.

With an amazon.jobs account, you can access your applicant profile, view application information, and check your application status. As amazon.jobs continues to improve and grow, we'll inform you of any new features or changes.

In an effort to support a more mobile-friendly experience, we've added the ability to upload your resume using cloud services. However, you still have the option to upload your resume from your device.

Applicants can use LinkedIn as an alternative to uploading a traditional resume during profile creation. Unfortuantely, we only accept one resume per applicant at this time, so please select the option that works best for you.

Your dashboard is regularly being updated to display the most up-to-date status information relating to each application. When an application status changes, your dashboard is updated in almost real-time to reflect this new status.

An application is considered active as long as a final decision has not yet been made. If an applicant withdraws their application, is hired for a role, or is no longer under consideration, their application will be archived.

Most open positions with our subsidiaries are included in amazon.jobs search results. You can search and apply to them from this page on amazon.jobs.

Yes, we often work with temporary employment agencies for contractors, temporary employees, or freelancers.

To learn about these opportunities, contact leading employment agencies in the cities where Amazon has a presence. We do not provide listings for contractor, temporary, or freelance positions on our site.

We take our customers’ trust and security very seriously. To ensure our customers’ and candidates’ sensitive information is protected, our customer and candidate data are kept completely separate. This is why you need a separate profile to apply for jobs.

Yes, we regularly offer assistance to eligible workers seeking work permits, however, each case is reviewed individually.

 

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