Amazon.com Area Manager Jobs in Kentucky

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30+ days ago

Area Manager

Amazon.com Louisville, KY +5 locations

. Amazon is seeking Area Managers for our Fulfillment Centers throughout the… day to meet the overall building objectives. • Partner with other Area Amazon.com


30+ days ago

Facilities Area Manager (Maintenance Manager

Amazon.com Hebron, KY +2 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

Facilities Area Manager (Industrial Maintenance Manager)

Amazon.com Campbellsville, KY

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

Operations Manager

Amazon.com Shepherdsville, KY +3 locations

in accordance with the organization’s policies and procedures. • Accountability for meeting and exceeding operational goals. • Strategic planning and… Amazon.com


23 days ago

Sr. Operations Manager

Amazon.com Hebron, KY

Operations and Area Managers. Measures performance, provides feedback, and holds… Amazon.com


5 days ago

Process Assistant

Amazon.com Campbellsville, KY

• Providing vacation coverage for Area Managers • Providing policy follow… Amazon.com


4 days ago

Learning Coordinator

Amazon.com Hebron, KY

will include the following functions: · Coordinate ambassador identification program and track new hire onboarding and ambassador audits… Amazon.com


8 days ago

Safety Specialist

Amazon.com Lexington-Fayette, KY +2 locations

• Serve as designated safety representative of assigned fulfillment center (FC), coordinating and implementing all areas of the Amazon Global Safety… Amazon.com


23 days ago

Loss Prevention Specialist

Amazon.com Lexington-Fayette, KY

Include: • Enhance, track, and report on metrics which are key performance indicators, allowing performance improvements so that the desired outcomes… Amazon.com


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  • It's among the best warehouse jobs in the area (but it's still a warehouse job).

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    Former Employee - Warehouse Associate in Hebron, KY
    Former Employee - Warehouse Associate in Hebron, KY

    I worked at Amazon.com part-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    The benefits are great. The medical will even help pay for gender reassignment (if that's what you wish to do) and recognize same sex partners. There is also stock options given annually to all full time employees. You get a week of personal time (paid vacation) in hourly increments, as well as another week of vacation time (also hourly increments). The pay is reasonable (11 to 14 dollars an hour based on seniority). Even part time employees get medical benefits. They also offer a career path (once you've been an Amazonian a year) where the company offers to pay for part time schooling up to 3k a year for four years for certain career paths. The total package (benefits, stock, and pay) is probably 18 to 22 dollars an hour.

    Cons

    It's still a warehouse job, which means you're going to stand on your feet for long periods of time (up to ten hours or more a day). Full time is in the form of four ten hour days (pro or con, depending, because for those four days, you eat, sleep, and work, before having three days off). Don't have any illusions about working M-F during the day, because to start, you're probably going to work both weekend days. There's relatively little opportunity for advancement in the company. There's also relatively little recognition for employees. And during the fourth quarter, you will be required to work four 11 hour days, or even five or six ten hour days, per week, for a period of time. It's hard work.

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    You need to do a better job of giving incentives and recognition to the lowest level employees that make your business go.

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