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30+ days ago

Learning Manager Dunfermline, Scotland

Besides your day-to-day activities, there will be plenty of opportunities for you to get involved in projects and innovate. You will be a key part of…

30+ days ago

Graduate Area Manager Dunfermline, Scotland

With every order made and parcel delivered, customer demand at Amazon is growing. And to meet this demand…

30+ days ago

Site Engineering and Facilities Manager Dunfermline, Scotland

To promote health and safety awareness by Amazon Associates and contractors. Ensure compliance with all Amazon polices and guidelines and ensure…

8 days ago

Engineering Asset Manager M Dunfermline, Scotland

• Performs spare parts inventory management and auditing on a regular basis; publishes weekly spare part cycle count results to the facilities…

30+ days ago

Inventory Control & Quality Assurance Operations Manager Dunfermline, Scotland

· Ensure key performance metrics are reviewed on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis and perform detailed analysis on behaviors and processes impacting… Reviews

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    Current Employee - Software Development Engineer II in Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)
    Current Employee - Software Development Engineer II in Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)

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    Amazon is a great place to learn from smart people, particularly at our remote development site. There's a lot of opportunity for motivated engineers to learn a lot about all aspects of software development and make a direct difference to the business.


    Opportunities for promotion or different work are limited at our remote development site. And dealing with people in other sites is a common source of stress.

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    "Think big" is a core competency at Amazon. Senior management may be thinking big, but it would be nice if they shared more about the vision with us as it's not always clear.

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