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Technical Community Program Manager Seattle, WA

for this position are to: · Lead the definition and delivery of our programs to engage with customers using AWS Elastic Beanstalk. · Disseminate…

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Compliance Architect Program Manager Seattle, WA

Amazon Web Services (AWS) continues to rapidly expanding its global enterprise presence, offering an industry leading suite of cloud services that…

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Principal Tech Program Manager Seattle, WA

- Create detailed functional specifications that meet the business needs of AWS teams and balance business priorities vs. technical constraints…

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IT Infrastructure Program Manager Ruskin, FL

In this role, you will lead programs of significant scope and impact. Your ability to work independently with limited direction, communicate…

30+ days ago

Principal Program Manager Seattle, WA

The ideal candidate must be able to think and act strategically and tactically. You should be innovative, a strong leader, an excellent communicator…

30+ days ago

Technical Program Manager Dallas, TX

· Manage the CRM application. Responsible for maintaining the functional areas of data management, contacts, leads, campaigns…

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Security Technical Program Manager Seattle, WA

The Information Security team is looking for someone to be responsible for developing and managing products that enhance Amazon's application…

9 days ago

Curriclum Program Manager Seattle, WA

(with estimate of time spent): · Lead Instructional Design (40%) - Design…

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Technical Program Manager Seattle, WA

It is an exciting time to be part of Amazon’s growing Global Finance Systems (GFS) Business Applications team. Finance and Human Resources ERP…

30+ days ago

Technical Program Manager New York, NY

for a Technical Program Manager (TPM) to help manage and drive product… Reviews

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    A fascinating workplace on many different levels but physically demanding.

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    Current Employee - Fulfillment Associate in Allentown, PA
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    Great hours and flexibility. I work 8:30 to 5:00 and am currently not required to work a night shift, which is not common in many warehouse jobs. Weekend overtime is often available and you have a choice between Saturday or Sunday, one half day or a full day. Benefits and perks are very good--Blue Cross health insurance, 401K with company match, stock awards, performance bonuses, occasional free food luncheons, tuition assistance, cash payouts if you decide to leave the company early, ample opportunities for advancement or transfer to other fulfillment centers all over the country. Opportunities for temporary transfer to other facilities to assist in training and startup. There is also a great system of voluntary time off--if the workload slows down you sometimes have the option of leaving early or taking an entire day off. That leaves plenty of available work for those employees who wish to put in their full 40 hours. There is a lot of variety in work tasks. You might alternate between working at least six different functions, which keeps the work fresh and interesting and helps to avoid repetitive injuries.


    The job is often physically draining because of walking long distances in the warehouse. Wearing high quality shoes and double socks helps to save your feet. You must constantly work at high speed with high accuracy and there can be many obstacles that prevent you from achieving high productivity. Management is reasonable about accepting across the board production declines when there are acknowledged barriers but you must always remain vigilant in keeping up your production numbers or you can be written up. There may be a mandatory requirement to work holidays. The six weeks leading up to Christmas are of course especially demanding.

    Advice to Management

    Structure work tasks to minimize the amount of walking in the warehouse. Vary the expectation for productivity according to barriers that may be present. Create a more defined path toward advancement.

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