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Amazon delivers millions of products to hundreds of countries worldwide. Our teams possess a wide range of skills and expertise, from business analysis and inventory management to engineering. With more than 80 Fulfillment Centers worldwide, Amazon is growing at a pace that requires the best and brightest talent to be brought in to our company to help us continue to make history.
Our overall mission is simple: We want Amazon to be the place where our customers can find, discover and buy anything online. Whatever our customers want, we will find the means to deliver it. With your help, Amazon will continue to enable people to discover new worlds. With every order made and parcel delivered, customer demand is growing. To meet this demand, and keep our world-class service running smoothly, we're growing our Operations team across Europe.
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Training & Profiles
Amazon is looking for ambitious and enthusiastic graduates to join the fast paced world of Logistics in European Operations as a Graduate Area Manager. This will be a permanent role from day one with structured onboarding and plenty of training and support.
An Area Manager is a manager with a bias for action. You will manage day-to-day operations in one of the segments from inbound to outbound (receiving, stowing, picking, packing, and shipping) and liaise with other departments to ensure a smooth flow of operations. Area Managers need to be comfortable making decisions in constantly evolving fast-paced environments. In Amazon, Area Managers are in charge of one department within the Fulfillment Center and tasked to deliver the targeted key performance indicators; As an Area Manager you will be running systems and processes, you will be on the floor leading shifts with a large team of Associates and Leads and you will be their primary point of contact.
Furthermore, you will be responsible for measuring, evaluating and improving the processes in the areas of Transportation, Supply Chain and Logistics, obtaining and reporting on key metrics and data whilst driving production within your area. Through your work, you will continuously improve the functionality and level of service that the Fulfilment Centre provides to our customers.
During the course of your graduate programme, you'll have the chance to work alongside experienced leaders, giving you a unique insight into our business and the skills you need to excel within it.
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What is your interview process?
It depends. For most positions, we begin the process with a phone interview. If there's interest on both sides, we invite the candidate for an on-site interview, typically with the hiring manager and several teammates. Each team is unique, though, and some may have their own variation of the interview process.
How long do you take to make a decision after an interview?
Once we've finished interviewing all of the selected candidates and completed reference and background checks, we try to make a final decision within a few business days.