Amazon will hold six Amazon Career Day events across the U.S. on Sept 17th where candidates can learn more about the career opportunities with the company. An event will be held in Nashville at Cannery Ballroom from 11:30am – 7pm.
In addition to the Nashville event, Amazon is hosting Career Day events in Arlington – the site of the company’s second headquarters in North America – as well as Boston, Chicago, Dallas and Seattle.
Amazon Career Day
Sept 17, 11:30am – 7pm
Cannery Ballroom, 1 Cannery Row, Nashville
At Career Day, attendees will learn more about the full and part-time jobs available. There are jobs for people with all types of experience, education, and skill levels – from entry-level roles at Amazon’s fulfillment centers working with the latest robotics technology, software development engineers helping make Alexa smarter, or computer vision scientists building the technology behind Amazon Go. All candidates will have access to on-the-job training and upskilling opportunities as part of the company’s $700 millionUpskilling 2025 initiative to help employees gain new skills to build their career.
Amazon Career Day events are open to anyone interested in learning more about opportunities with Amazon, from applying for a job with the company to learning more about how to start a business delivering packages or selling online. For more information – including how to register for the event and apply for open roles – visit amazon.jobs/careerday.
“Amazon has created more than 300,000 new jobs in the U.S. over the last decade – and we’re proud to continue investing and creating opportunities for people across the country,” said Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and CEO. “These are jobs with highly competitive compensation and full-benefits from day one, as well as training opportunities to gain new skills in high-demand fields such as robotics and machine learning.”
In addition to the positions available at the company, the events will include informational sessions on how to be your own boss with help from Amazon by selling on Amazon, starting your own delivery company becoming a Delivery Service Partner, or publishing your own book.
Additionally, Amazon is starting to hire for tens of thousands of seasonal roles for its operations network in the coming weeks to meet increased demand for the holiday season. Candidates interested in these positions – also paying $15/hour – can visit amazondelivers.jobs.
In Tennessee, Amazon has created more than 6,000 full-time jobs and are planning to create even more as they open their new retail operations hub in downtown, creating 5,000 more jobs.
With more than 650,000 employees worldwide, Amazon has been recognized on LinkedIn’s Top Companies list for the past four years, ranked #2 in the Fortune 2017 and 2018 World’s Most Admired Companies, #5 in Fast Company’s 2018 World’s Most Innovative Companies and 2019 50 Best Workplaces for Innovators. Amazon has more than 300,000 full-time employees in the U.S., across more than 40 states and 250 different counties, two headquarters, 18 Tech Hubs, more than 150 fulfillment centers, sortation centers and delivery stations, and more than two dozen Amazon Go, 4 Star and Amazon Books retail stores. Since 2010, Amazon has invested more than $270 billion in the U.S., including infrastructure and compensation to our employees. Learn more about Amazon’s economic impact across the U.S. here.
Amazon provides highly competitive benefits to full-time employees — from the company’s most senior executives to its hourly fulfillment center associates — including comprehensive healthcare from day one, 401(k) matching, and up to 20-weeks of paid parental leave. Through its Upskilling 2025 initiative, Amazon has also committed $700 million to programs aiming to provide its employees with the skills they need for new, in-demand jobs, from paid cloud computing apprenticeships to its Career Choice program, which pre-pays 95% of tuition for courses in in-demand fields, regardless of whether skills are relevant to a career at Amazon.
On top of the company’s direct hires, there are more than 1.9 million businesses, content creators, and developers in the U.S. using Amazon products and services to start or grow their careers. Small and medium-sized businesses selling their products on Amazon stores are also creating jobs — more than 830,000 in the U.S. and 1.6 million worldwide. Developers have built more than 90,000 Alexa skills, and hundreds of thousands of authors from around the world have self-published millions of books through Kindle Direct Publishing.