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9 days ago

Financial Analyst

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

, including providing accounting support for our Luxembourg based business. In addition, this position will be expected to understand internal… Amazon.com


15 days ago

AWS Technical Training Architect

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

Here's your chance to work as a Trainer on a newly formed team, with high visibility and significant customer impact. The successful candidate is an… Amazon.com


7 days ago

DevOps Software Engineer

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

This role is responsible for systems architecture, support and security, along with developing LAMP systems and supporting peer developers. Our ideal… Amazon.com


10 days ago

Supply Chain Planning

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

- · Responsible for managing the roll-out of new IPC products and/or additional features and capabilities in existing products. The individual will… Amazon.com


9 days ago

Senior Finance Analyst

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

The EU Operations Finance team is seeking a Senior Finance Analyst – Transportation & Logistics to support financial analysis and planning for… Amazon.com


9 days ago

HR Shared Services Manager

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

The EU HR Shared services team will continually evolve and strive to meet and exceed employee experience delivering frustration free solutions to HR… Amazon.com


2 days ago

Vendor Operations Analyst – new

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

· Manage daily operational issues with our fulfillment centres, vendors and retail teams. · Work closely with the Supply Chain team in areas… Amazon.com


14 days ago

Technical Account Manager

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England +2 locations

Amazon.com has built a reputation for excellence with most recent examples being named #5 most admired company in the US, #2 most innovative, and… Amazon.com


9 days ago

Supply Chain Analyst

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

- Communicate and explain complex demand/supply forecasts (inputs, outputs, rationale, gaps) and recommendations to senior management. - Serve as a… Amazon.com


7 days ago

Senior Instock Manager

Amazon.com Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

· Deliver maximum product availability in the category within budgeted inventory targets through effective end-to-end management of the supply chain… Amazon.com


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    Pros

    If work is the most important thing to you right now, Amazon UK is a good place to do it. Incredibly fast pace of growth means a large amount of varied and interesting projects to take responsibility in with equally driven people. However you'll be expected to juggle this alongside your day-to-day role with no impact on your category deliverables, hence the need to be able to absolutely dedicate yourself to the job if you want to get anywhere and not have a breakdown. You will give up plenty of evenings and weekends if you intend to be there for a few years.

    Promotion can be achieved but you need to be political - identify tools or fixes that will improve most categories, figure out a scalable way to deliver them and start shouting about them. Peer reviews and cross-category influence are key to progression whatever level you're at. True of every company to an extent, but you'll quickly see how Amazon takes that and everything else to the nth degree.

    Cons

    The demanding environment combined with the relative rarity of promotions means that many level 6 and 7 managers are hired from outside the company rather than being promoted from within. The effect of this limits continuity planning and actually attracts some very average managers, because Amazon isn't like most workplaces. If you end up with a one of the poorer managers, you're going to struggle. Make sure you speak to/meet your prospective manager before agreeing to join a category.

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