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30+ days ago

DevOps Cloud Support Engineer - Amazon Web Services

Amazon Herndon, VA

Amazon has built a reputation for excellence with recent examples of being named #1 in customer service, #1 most trusted, and #2 most innovative… Amazon


30+ days ago

Sr DevOps Support Engineer - Amazon Web Services

Amazon Herndon, VA

Amazon has built a reputation for excellence with recent examples of being named #1 in customer service, #1 most trusted, and #2 most innovative… Amazon


30+ days ago

Cloud Support Engineer (Windows) - Amazon Web Services

Amazon Herndon, VA

Amazon has built a reputation for excellence with recent examples of being named #1 in customer service, #1 most trusted, and #2 most innovative… Amazon


30+ days ago

Sr Cloud Support Engineer (Windows) - Amazon Web Services

Amazon Herndon, VA

Amazon has built a reputation for excellence with recent examples of being named #1 in customer service, #1 most trusted, and #2 most innovative… Amazon


30+ days ago

Cloud Support Associate (Windows) - Amazon Web Services

Amazon Herndon, VA

Amazon has built a reputation for excellence with recent examples of being named #1 in customer service, #1 most trusted, and #2 most innovative… Amazon


30+ days ago

Success Engineer - Analytics / Amazon EMR

Amazon Herndon, VA

Come surround yourself with people who are extraordinarily smart, passionate about cloud computing, and believe that world-class support is critical… Amazon


30+ days ago

Facility Operations Center Engineer III

Amazon Ashburn, VA

The Facility Operations Center is responsible for 24x7 global monitoring of the data center’s physical infrastructure and serves as a facilitator for… Amazon


30+ days ago

Linux Systems Engineer - Government

Amazon Herndon, VA

AWS Marketplace (https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/) is an online store that helps customers find, buy, and immediately start using software and… Amazon


30+ days ago

Technical Program Manager - Vulnerability Management

Amazon Herndon, VA

Are you passionate about working across multiple teams to build solutions that are more than the sum of their parts? Do you thrive on turning… Amazon


30+ days ago

Enterprise Manager - AWS Enterprise Support

Amazon Herndon, VA

The AWS Support team is seeking an Enterprise Support Operations Manager that enjoys solving problems, working with customers, and who has a… Amazon


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    I have been working at Amazon.com full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    It's not fair to base the culture of an entire company on the opinions of a few disgruntled employees. I have worked for Amazon for nearly five years and I have never personally seen anyone grossly mistreated, nor have I ever heard of any of my coworkers witnessing such things (and there is no shortage of "water cooler gossip" here). I have had great managers and bad managers, but since rotation is encouraged and people are constantly changing roles, you'll never be stuck with a bad manager for long. If you have a very strong work ethic and have a strong drive, you will thrive with all of the opportunities given to you. When I have changed roles/positions, I utilized my network and literally had my pick of positions, even in roles that I had zero direct experience in. My career at Amazon is in my own hands and I will milk every opportunity and experience I can get from it--positive and negative--and I will learn as much as I can!

    Cons

    You have to be willing to work hard and have a strong sense of ownership. If you expect to do the bare minimum, you will not succeed. There will be periods where you may have to put in extra work, such as for a launch or budget cycle, but it shouldn't be a consistent requirement. Even when things are not as busy, it can still feel like there is a lot to do; this is when it is important that your manager can manage expectations from leadership and make time to stop talking about deliverables and discuss employee development.

    Advice to Management

    Your team's development is as important, if not more important, than a deliverable. Make development a priority because it motivates employees and improves output. If you neglect this responsibility, the employee will begin to question what they are working to achieve.


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