Amazon new graduate roles are typically based in technical, engineering, research, and business areas. Whether you’re graduating with an undergraduate degree, Masters degree, MBA or PhD, Amazon teams have positions available globally. Building the future is inspiring and fun, but it’s not easy. In these roles, you’ll challenge yourself to meet high standards, deliver constant improvement in everything you do, and embrace the high degree of change and ambiguity that comes with inventing and delivering things that were never thought possible.
Types of jobs for grads
Technical and Engineering: Amazon has many opportunities for students graduating with a technical degree. These can range from designing and building innovative technologies in a large distributed computing environment, to designing innovative consumer products for Amazon customers.
Research: Graduating PhD and Master’s students contribute to solving diverse technical problems across large scale platforms. These roles work to develop novel and highly scalable applications using cutting edge quantitative techniques in machine learning, computer vision, operations research, and distributed computing.
Examples of Technical, Engineering, and Research job categories we hire for most frequently include:
- Software development
- Hardware development
- Applied science
- Product development
- Data science
- Cloud support
- Research science
Business: These roles offer undergrad, Master’s, and MBA students the opportunity to contribute to the company’s overall growth by creating strategic project plans, working with key business groups, and using data and analytics to solve complex problems for Amazon customers.
Examples of Business job categories we hire for most frequently include:
- Accounting and finance
- Retail/Consumer leadership
- Operations management
- Product management
- Marketing and sales
- Business development and analytics
This is not a complete list. To review the specific opportunities available, please see the open roles below and review the job description and requirements. If you’re not currently enrolled, or currently pursuing a degree, but have relevant experience, search for open roles on amazon.jobs.
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