Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Amazon.com
- Software Development Engineer (811)
- Software Engineer (755)
- Software Development Engineer Intern (189)
- Area Manager (177)
- Software Developer (134)
- Software Development Engineer I (131)
- Senior Product Manager (124)
- Intern (93)
- Operations Manager (89)
- Software Development Engineer I Intern (85)
- Software Development Engineer II (83)
- Senior Software Engineer (80)
- Software Engineer Intern (75)
- Product Manager (73)
- Software Development Manager (71)
- Technical Program Manager (63)
- Financial Analyst (62)
- Warehouse Associate (55)
- Brand Specialist (53)
- Software Development Engineer In Test (51)
- Program Manager (48)
- Senior Financial Analyst (41)
- Business Analyst (36)
- Fulfillment Associate (35)
- Senior Vendor Manager (35)
- Software Developer Intern (32)
- Recruiter (30)
- Support Engineer (30)
- Customer Service Associate (27)
- Vendor Manager (27)
I applied online – interviewed at Amazon.com (Spartanburg, SC (US)) in June 2013.
Interview process is easy. Very comfortable with the actual physical process. Makes you want to work for there.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Amazon.com (Chennai (India)) in December 2012.
First round is a combination of a written aptitude test and communication round. The aptitude test is a basic level test which consists of basic logical reasoning and language questions. Then comes the difficult part, the second round consists of two manager level interview rounds. One interview is to test the personality of the candidate and the other is analytic.
- A bucket is kept under the tap and the tap is opened to let out water. Though water is flowing out, the bucket never seems to be full. why? 5 Answers
There is no chance for negotiation. Amazon.com does not negotiate salaries at an entry level.
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I applied through other source. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Amazon.com (Coffeyville, KS (US)) in July 2012.
very casual, but good pointed questions, only 7. This describes the interview to become a permanent employee. You are hired in as a temp in most cases, I was temp for 4 months
- how much of your day do you smile? 1 Answer
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Amazon.com (Allentown, PA (US)) in July 2012.
Easiest interview I ever had. The difficult part was getting someone from the company to talk to, my friend worked there and got me the email of an HR rep. I knew they were hiring because they were telling their employees to get good people to come in. It took me 2 weeks of 2 emails a day to finally get a call in.
I was interviewed in a group of about 10-20 people, and be prepared because they will make you stand just inside the door for about a half hour first (I think this is a test to see if you can put up with their B.S.) I was in the warehouse for about 1.5 hrs and 95% of that time was just sitting around.
They called me into a room to "interview" me. Easiest interview ever, even easier than my interview to work for the ma and pop pizza shop up the street when I was in high school. They asked me 5 questions, which were printed out on a piece of paper. I stole one off a table and read the questions before the interview. Questions are designed to weed out only the mentally challenged and anyone illiterate. "Name a time you were creative at work" - only question I remember but they were all a piece of cake.
- It was difficult to sit there for an hour and a half. It was also difficult to get in touch with anyone in the HR office (a problem I found for amzn workers as well as perspective workers) 1 Answer
no negotiation at all. take it or leave it