Looking for a job in HR, IT or engineering? Score one with Amazon!

Looking for a job in HR, IT or engineering? Score one with Amazon!

The online shopping giant has over 200 jobs available in our country!

A picture shows the Amazon logo on the frontage of an Amazon's centre in Bretigny-sur-Orge, on December 14, 2021.

It is the beginning of the year and some of us are still looking for stable employment of some sort. 

Well, this is amazing because Amazon has over 200 jobs available in South Africa.

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These jobs range from IT and engineering to human resources. 

The company founded by Jeff Bezos listed jobs such as a senior workforce analyst to work with Amazon Web Services (AWS), networking devices, cloud support engineer, enterprise account manager, AWS senior technical programme manager, and a cloud support engineer, among others.

These are definitely great opportunities for graduates that might be at home looking for employment or people who got retrenched during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Being a resident in Cape Town and Johannesburg is definitely an advantage for applicants. There are some job positions which are work-from-home, that is probably the one most will eye. 

If the latter interests you, you are required to have uncapped fibre with 10Mbps upload speeds and 5Mbps download speeds. Applicants will have to present proof of this.

Looking back in the last year, they had shared that they would employ customer service professionals in the country to work remotely. “These roles will range from customer service associates to technical experts who will work virtually and provide 24/7 support to Amazon customers in North America and Europe,” the company shared. 

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Amazon South Africa Customer Service Director Andrew Raichlin commented, “I am proud to have South Africa be a growing part of our ability to deliver a great experience to Amazon customers around the world and provide employees with the opportunity to work safely from home." 

We are excited for the families that will be fed through the employment of varying South Africans! 

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