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I have been working at Amazon full-time (More than 3 years)
Amazon is on the inside what they claim to be on the outside. About as open a book of any company I know.
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I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Amazon (Bellevue, WA (US)) in September 2021.
4 Contact points/interviews made:
1) Initial introductory phone call by a recruiter to discuss salary, a rundown of the the role, overview of the entire interview process and who the hiring manager is and that they’ll be reaching out to me
2) Second phone call with the hiring manager/supervisor of the creative team. A chance to casually get to know you and introduce themselves, talk about the role and team, expectations and growth opportunity, what they’re looking for, about the department you’ll be working for (Last Mile). Phone call was set for an hour, but it was ok that we went over time scheduled. He forwarded me on to speak with another member of the team.
3) Follow-up interview phone call with another member of the team, questions were asked here (i.e 3 leadership principal-related questions about my experience and situational examples). Phone call lasted an hour. I was eventually forwarded onto the final stage in the process. Loop (virtual) members.
4) Final loop (virtual) interview. Scheduled all day from 9AM–4PM. This consisted of a part one and part two. Part 1: hour long portfolio presentation. Part 2: leadership principal-based questions asked by all interviewers. They were divided up into rounds/groups throughout the day. The panelists/interviewers were the hiring manager, members of the team, bar-raiser, and the same recruiter I had been working with throughout the entire interview process who helped facilitate.