Amazon announce Career Day 2021 free virtual recruiting event

By Lauren Fruncillo September 4, 2021 - 3:03 pm

Amazon have announced that for Career Day 2021 they are hosting a free virtual recruiting event where they will offer 2,500 open corporate, tech, and operations roles across the UK.

The Career Day 2021 event is designed to support all job seekers and attendees will have the opportunity to participate in one of the 3,000 free one-to-one career coaching sessions with Amazon recruiters to help participants land their next job.

There are jobs available for people with all kinds of experience, education, background and skill levels – from entry-level to experts – from head offices in London and Manchester, tech hubs in Cambridge and Edinburgh, as well as data centres and fulfilment centres right across the UK. Amazon has roles available in fields such as applied sciences, engineering, finance, human resources, software development, product management and more.

“We are working hard every day to be the best place for people to have satisfying and fulfilling long-term careers, Amazon continues to grow quickly and relentlessly invent across many areas, and we’re hoping that Career Day gives job seekers the support they need to learn new skills or reimagine their careers at Amazon or elsewhere.”
– Andy Jassy, CEO, Amazon

Career Day attendees will have the opportunity to hear from Amazon employees including gaming, robotics, AI and sustainability experts, as well as colleagues who have joined Amazon on fully-funded apprenticeships. Each will reveal what they do, what their career path was, and what it’s like working at Amazon. Shevaun Haviland, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce will also be hosting a panel about apprenticeships at Amazon and opportunities for people of all ages and skill levels to diversify and progress their careers.

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