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Work at Amazon
Health and safety is our top priority with all of our roles and sites. We continue to consult with medical and health experts, and take all recommended precautions in our buildings to keep people healthy. Amazon has taken measures to promote social distancing in the workplace and taken on enhanced and frequent cleaning, to name just a few. We have also switched to an online recruitment process. It’s important to us that people remain home if they’re sick or if they or someone in their home has had a fever in the last 24 hours.
You can earn from £9.70 per hour
- Day Shift: £9.70 to £10.80 per hour (dependent on location)
- Night Shift*: £11.21 to £12.76 per hour (dependent on location)
- Overtime*: £14.55 per hour up to £21.60 per hour (dependent on location)
- Earn a bonus of £500-£750 subject to start date, location, attendance and shift worked. This is made up of £50 paid weekly subject to attendance. Plus a £250 bonus if you work up to 24 December 2020.
*night shift allowance and overtime rates are subject to change at Amazon’s discretion
Click on your preferred location below to apply.
Wales and Bristol
Swindon and Reading
Why work at Amazon?
As well as great rates of pay, as a Temporary Associate at Amazon, your safety and wellbeing come first. You will be in a world class work environment and will benefit from full training provided by Amazon and ongoing support from your Agency. Innovative shift patterns mean there is always a schedule to suit you!
We also offer opportunities to become a permanent member of the Amazon team, based upon performance. Our permanent employees are also offered a comprehensive benefits package, including private medical insurance, life assurance, income protection, subsidised meals and an employee discount, which combined are worth more than £700 annually, as well as a company pension plan. Amazon also runs an innovative programme called Career Choice that provides employees funding for adult education, offering to pre-pay 95% of tuition and associated fees for nationally recognised courses, up to £8,000 over four years.