Find out about this education programme which pre-pays 95% of tuition and associated fees for Amazon employees.
If you love to build, to invent, to pioneer on a high performance team that's passionate about operational excellence—you’ll love it here.
The program continues Amazon’s long-time commitment of empowering employees to pursue career aspirations
Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, published its inaugural report today on the UK’s most in-demand employers, with Amazon topping the ranking.
We understand the importance of technical retraining – particularly for women looking to unlock exciting new careers in tech. Kate Koehn has already benefited and explains how.
Safety Manager at Amazon's Fulfilment Centre in Tilbury, Diego Sabella, shares his story of working at Amazon.
The award by Women in Tech, a leading careers and advice outlet, is in recognition of Amazon’s dedication to helping women succeed in the technology sector.
Amazon has expanded its apprenticeship offer in the UK. Thanks to a blend of theoretical and hands-on learning, apprentices like Nicola, Kirsty and Jake are shaping their future careers.
Amazon’s military veterans and reservists use their hard-earned skills, training and experience to deliver for our customers.
Árdís Elíasdóttir was born in Iceland and earned an Astrophysics PhD in Denmark before joining Amazon in Edinburgh. She now works as a Machine Learning Scientist and is enjoying life in the Scottish capital.
AWS re:Start will provide free training and job placements to help 1,000 out of work young people as well as military veterans, reservists and their spouses, to launch a career in technology.
Maths, computer science and making the tech industry a great place for women: Helen Lyashenko, Software Development Manager at Amazon, is a woman of many passions – and the head of the London chapter of the Amazon Women in Engineering affinity group.