Amazon has firmly established itself as one of the countries favourite shopping sites where consumers can get just about anything and everything.
The shopping heaven is looking to take on new people for several positions not too far from Burton and Swadlincote at its North West Leicestershire-base in Ellistown, near Coalville.
The jobs range from team leaders to forklift truck drivers at the huge warehouse. Closing dates vary – so job seekers are urged check each individual role for further information.
Here’s a quick look at some of the jobs currently on offer:
Amazon are looking for new team leaders at its county base and applications are open until September 27 – so there is plenty of time to get the CV in tip-top condition before applying.
The retail giant also promises "on-the-spot job offers" for the right candidates and more information on what is required for the role is available here.
Amazon are also looking for forklift truck drivers at the huge one million sq ft fulfilment centre in Ellistown.
Again, applications are open until September 27, so there’s plenty of time to apply. More information on what the company is looking for is available here.
There’s a chance to join the retail giant’s IT team as a support engineer. The ideal candidate needs to have a BS degree in IT Engineering or related discipline, a background in networking and hold a detailed understanding of core internet technologies.
The recruitment process will involve a digital video interview – where candidates will record their answers to interview questions. Applicants have until August 28 to get their CVs over to Amazon.
Amazon is looking to hire a manager to run the IT team. The successful applicant will need to make sure that IT maintenance work is carried out to a high standard, oversee the coordination of trouble tickets and manage a budget.
There’s a long list of basic qualifications an applicant needs to have – which you can see here.
A vacancy for an experienced reliability maintenance engineering technician has arisen and applicants must have served a full engineering indentured apprenticeship and/or qualified to a minimum of NVQ level 3 or equivalent.
Amazon are accepting applications until August 28 and more information is available here.
A controls engineer would look after the automated systems within the warehouse. The successful applicant would be responsible for controls systems design, specification, simulation, testing, installation, start-up assistance and commissioning.
Anyone wanting to apply for this job, would need to be these qualifications – which includes experience with SQL using MySQL, Oracle, Windows SLQ or similar. More information is available here.