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Amazon

4.7
  • > 100,000 employees
  • Retail, Sales & Consumer Goods
  • Technology

Intro

Amazon is guided by four principles: customer obsession rather than competitor focus, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking. We are driven by the excitement of building technologies, inventing products, and providing services that change lives. We embrace new ways of doing things, make decisions quickly, and are not afraid to fail. We have the scope and capabilities of a large company and the spirit and heart of a small one.

This is why we are voted at No. 2 on Fortune’s 2021 World’s Most Admired Companies list for the fifth year in a row.

About Us

What unites all Amazonians (across teams and locations) is that we are all striving to delight our customers and make their lives easier—whoever that customer may be (e.g., consumers, business owners, content creators, employees, etc.). In pursuit of delighting customers, Amazonians have developed many products and services that have transformed the way our customers live their lives and run their businesses

You'll also hear us say that at Amazon, it's always "Day 1." What do we mean? That our approach remains the same as it was on Amazon's very first day - to make smart, fast decisions, stay nimble, invent, and focus on delighting our customers.

Why Join Us?

You're surrounded by innovation:

Whether it's delivering packages in under 24 hours, enabling entrepreneurs to grow their businesses with AWS, or creating great shows to binge-watch on a Sunday afternoon, we know that delighting customers requires a lot of innovation. Sometimes that innovation takes the form of small incremental improvements on existing processes, and sometimes it starts with a blank whiteboard and a random idea. When Amazonians see an opportunity to make a process or product better or create a new one from scratch, if it would have a positive impact on our customers, we love figuring out how to make it happen.

You're empowered with a lot of ownership:

One of the most common things we hear from Amazonians is that they love how much ownership and responsibility they have from the very beginning. The size and scope of what they work on is bigger than they expected coming in. The degree of ownership does differ from role to role, but Amazonians consistently report having much more ownership of their work here than at their previous employers.

Your growth is accelerated:

Many people say that they learn more at Amazon in their first six months than they learned in the first two years at other companies. This is due to the scope, scale, speed, and impact of the projects that people are a part of, as well as the remarkable colleagues that they work with every day. Amazonians are also encouraged to experiment with new possibilities, take risks, learn quickly, and manage constraints by looking for ways to accomplish more with less.

The work is challenging:

The scope and scale of what we do to delight customers is pretty challenging. It requires Amazonians to be resourceful and embrace a high degree of change and ambiguity, while still meeting the high standards that we set for ourselves. Building and delivering things that were never thought possible isn't easy and Amazonians often find themselves trying to figure out the right path forward without a playbook to tell them what to do.

You have a voice here and are encouraged to use it:

Put it very simply, we want to hear what you have to say. Good ideas can't lead to great products, services, or solutions if you don't vocalize them. And we strongly believe that the best outcomes come from embracing a variety of perspectives, so at Amazon, we really embrace individual expression, show respect for different opinions, and work together to create a culture where each of us is able to contribute fully. Our unique backgrounds and perspectives strengthen our ability to achieve Amazon's mission of being Earth's most customer-centric company.

Your experience and career development is in your hands:

Amazonians are required to chart their own path by driving their own development, career, and future at Amazon. The possibilities you explore, opportunities you take advantage of, and the impact you have are driven by your own ideas, interests, and initiative. There is an endless number of career paths at Amazon, so your path can really be tailored to you, with the expectation that you are the one navigating the right path forward and utilizing all of the resources and people available to make that happen.

Recruitment Process

The first step is to submit an application with your CV. We do not require academic transcripts or cover letters. Please note on your CV please add your year & month of graduation and your residency status.

In the initial phone interview, you will be asking a number of behavioral-based questions that relate to our leadership principles.
You might have to take an online assessment if you apply for a technical role which will assess your technical abilities as well as your workplace fit.

The next stage is the onsite or "virtual" interviews where you will be between 2 - 4 people who will ask you a combination of behavioral-based questions and technical questions depending on the role you have applied for.

All successful candidates have a passion for technology and the desire to always learn and be curious.

Remuneration & Career Growth

We offer a competitive salary for both interns and graduates.

Other benefits include for full-time hires commuter reimbursement, phone reimbursement as well as private health insurance.

As Amazon is a global company there is always scope to work internationally and move across teams.

Graduate Review

Overall Score
4.7
Overall score based on 18 reviews
They Score Best in…
9.3
Diversity
9.1
Recruitment
9.3
Salary
9.3
Work Hours
9.3
Diversity
9.1
Recruitment
9.3
Salary
9.3
Work Hours
What Graduates Say About Them
  • Amazon is very flexible! I can choose to work from home or come into the office. If I have a doctor's appointment, I can always attend and complete my work after I am done.
  • There is a lot of online training and it can take over a week to get through everything. It's essential considering the current climate with COVID-19, but it does get very tiring staring at the screen all day. I've picked up negotiation skills, phone acumen, SQL skills, Tableau skills, etc.
  • Very generous sign on bonus. Average base salary.
  • Majority of managers in 3P are female, and many of them have stayed with Amazon from their originating country and came down to Australia to help grow the business down under! Amazon has a generous maternity leave policy.
  • Training is pretty good, everyone is open to answering any questions you have. Although sometimes it's a bit dry and there's a lot to learn at the beginning.
  • Very well structured and prolonged training to ensure everyone follows the expected amazon standard
  • Can become stressful at times.
  • Have to work on Tuesday to Saturday shift so I have less weekend time with my partner.
  • Slow-paced due to size of company Compared to competitors in the field, limited perks
  • Overwhelmed by the amount you have to learn at the start

Jobs & Opportunities

Locations With Jobs & Opportunities
  • Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra), New Zealand (Auckland, Wellington) + We have an option of being based in the office or having your role 100% remote.
Hiring candidates with qualifications in
B
Business & Management
C
Creative Arts
E
Engineering & Mathematics
H
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
I
IT & Computer Science
L
Law, Legal Studies & Justice
M
Medical & Health Sciences
P
Property & Built Environment
S
Sciences
T
Teaching & Education
Current Jobs & Opportunities

Internship

2021 Area Manager Intern - Night Shifts

Graduate Job

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is seeking recent graduates interested in jump-starting a career as an Associate Solution Architect.

Videos


The AWS Intern and Graduate Experience

Lucy shares what the Tech U grad program is, what the experience as a summer intern was like and gives advice for students interested in applying to AWS about how to stand out in the job application process.

How to get an Internship at AWS with Narry Kim

Narry shares insights into the application process, tips and tricks to acing the interview and shares insights into what the program entails and specifically what opportunities interns have if they land an internship. To finish off, Narry lets us know where students can look to find out more information about the Next Gen Intern Program.

The AWS Intern and Graduate Experience

Lucy shares what the Tech U grad program is, what the experience as a summer intern was like and gives advice for students interested in applying to AWS about how to stand out in the job application process.

How to get an Internship at AWS with Narry Kim

Narry shares insights into the application process, tips and tricks to acing the interview and shares insights into what the program entails and specifically what opportunities interns have if they land an internship. To finish off, Narry lets us know where students can look to find out more information about the Next Gen Intern Program.

Upcoming Events


  • Aug
  • 10
  • Amazon
AWS Early Careers Innovation Program
6:00pm to 7:00pm Australia/Sydney time | Virtual