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30+ days ago

Public Sector Business Development Executive

Amazon.com Perth

As the Public Sector Business Development Executive within Amazon Web Services (AWS) focusing on the WA and SA Government, Education and… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Solutions Architect

Amazon.com Perth +2 locations

will include: owning the technical engagement and ultimate success around specific implementation projects, and developing a deep… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Control Systems Specialist

Amazon.com San Bernardino, CA +6 locations

are required for a successful CSS: • Perform Allen Bradley (A&B) PLC control level issue diagnosis using ladder logic and Control View HMI. • Follow… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Sr. Software Development Manager

Amazon.com Seattle, WA +2 locations

As a Sr. Software Development Manager on the Indie Publishing team, you will work with Software Development Engineers, Technical Program Managers… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Employee Relations Principal (M

Amazon.com Luxembourg

The Operations teams in our Fulfilment Centers are responsible for managing a vast range of fast-moving inventory. From receiving into the fulfilment… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Executive Assistant

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

Amazon is seeking an Executive Assistant to work with the VP of Litigation. This person will be responsible for directing questions and requests for… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Business Analyst

Amazon.com DE, BY, Munich +4 locations

You will work to help solve complex and broad business problems with analytically derived solutions, applying appropriate analytical best practices… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Facilities Area Manager (Maintenance Manager

Amazon.com Whitestown, IN +3 locations

include: • Dedicated to supporting multi-site production by working in a safe, customer-focused manner; and must be highly self motivated and… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Transfer Pricing Manager

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

Amazon is seeking a Manager - Transfer Pricing candidate to join the Tax Department based at its Seattle headquarters to focus on supporting Amazon’s… Amazon.com


30+ days ago

PeopleSoft Security Analyst

Amazon.com Seattle, WA

Security engineers at Amazon are responsible for developing the safe solution to technical problems. The security engineer does not say “no” to… Amazon.com


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    Current Employee - Software Development Engineer
    Current Employee - Software Development Engineer

    I have been working at Amazon.com full-time (Less than a year)

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    Pros

    Salary is reasonable.
    Extras include health plan, signing bonus, share poptions.
    Highly dynamic environment - free use of AWS services with no real cost limits.
    The intensive hiring process means you will work with lots of smart people.

    Cons

    Extremely hierarchical - what matters is meeting deliverables and pleasing the higher ups.
    No work/life balance. Meetings scheduled outside work hours are quite normal; deadline pressure is significant and you'll be expected to sacrifice your personal life to meet them regardless how stupid the original estimates.
    On-calls can be hell. Depending on your role it may mean doing some occasional quiet shifts one every few months or you may find yourself in a role where you are almost always on-call. Its hell when can't be away from the laptop and find yourself being paged out of bed at 3am to handle problems or join conference calls.
    Frugality is considered to be a corporate value - it means they're cheapskates.
    The Amazon values are repeated in cult-like fashion as though they are deep insights rather than the banal corporate drivel they are.

    Advice to Management

    Spend more time and energy on staff retention and maybe there'd be less need to continuously recruit. That means considering the happiness and well-being of your staff and not simply meeting the demands of your directors.

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