Just be sure to fill in a brief description of your background, experience (with dates of employment), educational achievements, and skills. If you are interested in a warehouse/associate position in an Amazon Fulfillment Center, you do not need to have a resume to apply.
However, if public copies of your work are available for viewing online, including links on your resume is a good idea. If a job is not listed, that means we are no longer taking applications for the position at this time.
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In an effort to support a more mobile-friendly experience, we've added the ability to upload your resume using cloud services. Applicants can use LinkedIn as an alternative to uploading a traditional resume during profile creation.
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We do not provide listings for contractor, temporary, or freelance positions on our site. Yes, we regularly offer assistance to eligible workers seeking work permits, however, each case is reviewed individually.
You will choose a pre-set schedule that consists of 4-6 days of work based on availability. Overnight, Early Morning, Day, Evening, Weekend.
// Image courtesy of Amazon Amazon Inc. today announced its continued investment in the metro Detroit area with five new buildings to support operations closer to customers. The sites are expected to create more than 2,000 permanent full- and part-time jobs with a minimum $15 per hour wage and comprehensive benefits starting on the employee’s first day.
The site will be the fourth fulfillment center in the state using Amazon robotics to help associates pick, pack, and ship smaller items to customers. “With this deal, we are able to appropriately redevelop the (former) Pinnacle property (horse track), adding roughly 1,000 new jobs for local residents while expanding our tax base at the same time,” says Wayne County Executive Warren Evans.
As Amazon grows in Detroit, it is committed to contributing in a variety of ways to the local community where our teams live and work, including by supporting food banks with monetary contributions and delivery services, funding computer science education for underserved and underrepresented students, and providing in-kind donations to meet immediate and basic needs. Beyond the donation, Amazon plans to support the school’s STEM programs with hands-on learning and mentorship opportunities in the coming year.
As part Amazon ’s minimum $15 per hour wage, the company offers full-time employees comprehensive benefits including full medical, vision, and dental insurance as well as a 401(k) with 50 percent match starting on day one. Amazon also has pledged to invest more than $700 million to provide upskilling training for 100,000 U.S. employees for in-demand jobs, and in 2020 it promoted more than 35,000 associates in its operations network.
The upskilling programs will help Amazon team members from all backgrounds access training moving into highly skilled roles across the company’s corporate offices, tech hubs, fulfillment centers, retail stores, and transportation network, or pursue career paths in high-demand fields outside of Amazon. More than 42,000 independent authors and small and medium businesses in Michigan are selling to customers in Amazon ’s store, creating thousands of additional jobs across the state.
Retail behemoth Amazon made the decision to develop its own in-house delivery services back in 2013. Since then, the company has built its own logistics facilities and vehicle fleet for getting packages from its warehouses to customer doorsteps.