How we operate
We have four core principles that guide us in delivering on our mission. These include customer obsession rather than competitor focus, nurturing a passion for invention, maintaining a commitment to operational excellence, and a focus on long-term thinking.
If you love to build, to invent, to pioneer on a high performance team that's passionate about operational excellence—you’ll love it here.
Rubén Heras is an Amazon associate that combines his job at the Barcelona logistics center with his project Flamenco Queer. In the pursuit of his dream of being a flamenco dancer, he has broken down many gender barriers and has become an LGTBIQ+ rights advocate. He is one of the winners of the Amazon Stars initiative, which promotes the talents among the company’s employees.
As Amazon announces plans to create 1,000 permanent jobs in Ireland over the next two years, seven employees share what it’s like to be part of our growing workforce in the country.
Start your career at Amazon
If you're an inventor, an owner, you'll love being an Amazonian. From day one at Amazon, you'll take ownership of projects that have a direct impact on our customers.
A roundup of actions Amazon has taken to reduce the spread of the coronavirus while supporting those directly and indirectly impacted by COVID-19.
Marina, who has been working at Amazon in France for over a year, is particularly glad to be working in an environment that takes into account the fact she is deaf. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, they have all been wearing inclusive face masks that allow for fluid communication.
Working at Amazon
Sabbatical leaves are a great way to give employees’ brains a break from work and learn new skills or achieve other personal goals, after having spent two years with the company.
Halfway through our first entirely virtual summer internship, Amazon interns all across the globe share their experiences.
Meet three Amazon employees who joined Amazon Web Services after taking time out
Katrin Gruber is Director Consumer Insights & Innovation at Amazon in Germany, and a juror for the Digital Female Leader Award 2020. In our interview, she explains what’s behind her Munich-based role, how she works, and why it is important for women to become more visible in the tech industry. Spoiler alert: It’s all in her job title.