Warehouse Worker At Amazon, we understand that work doesn’t stop on the job.
That’s why we have warehouse jobs that work for you.
From Monday 8th August Free transport from Edinburgh City Centre and Glasgow
Subsidized Transport from Stirling and Livingston
Role & Shifts
Temporary Ongoing Roles
Currently hiring on these shifts
Night Shifts 40hr – 23:45 to 10:15am
Early Morning (Hybrid Shift) 30hr – 06:00 to 12:30pm
PM – 13:30-20:00
All the applicants who are successful in the selection process will be employed by Adecco to carry out a temporary work assignment to Amazon.
Adecco offers temporary contracts
£ per hour for day time shifts.
£ (£ Night Shift Allowance) per hour for night time shifts.
Overtime (40-50 hours) £
Overtime (50-60 hours) £
Amazon Logistics (DEH1) 62 Pottishaw Road, Bathgate, EH48 2FB, United Kingdom
You don’t need previous experience, you’ll get on the job training.
What you will be doing with your team:
• Unload, lift and relocate products
• Scan, sort and divert packages containing the full range of Amazon’s products.
After training, you may also:
• Move products using industrial trucks and machines, like forklifts and power pallets.
What you will get:
– Competitive pay, higher than many similar jobs
– Shift patterns that work for you
– A safe, modern, and organized workplace
– Free hot drinks, affordable meals and multiple break ;
– Strong health and safety measures in place for COVID-19: increased cleaning, screens, social distancing, free face masks, hand sanitizer and more.
Skills you need to bring:
• Your safety comes first. You must be able to follow safety, quality and production standards.
• You may stand and walk for a long time, this could be more than 8 hours per shift.
• You may need to lift and move products that weigh up to 23kg.
• You may need to be able to lift, bend, twist, kneel and crouch.
• You may need to be able to handle a full range of Amazon products, including alcohol and pork products.
See what it’s like to be an Amazon Associate and learn how our team works here
About Amazon”What I love about this job is flexibility – you work the same 4-day shift every week and receive 3 days off, which means you are able to have a good work-life balance. It pays well and there are plenty of opportunities for ;- Patricia Goncalves, Warehouse OperativeEarn a minimum of £ per hour
Day shift: £ to £ per hour (dependent on location)
Night Shift: £ to £ per hour (dependent on location)
Overtime: £ per hour up to £ per hour (dependent on location)
“Amazon is always trying to offer the best pay rate and rewards to increase job satisfaction and motivation. The opportunities are many and if you show interest and commitment, the chance to receive training and support is part of the ;- Cristina Pojarnicu, Warehouse OperativeCore ValuesIt’s Always Day 1At Amazon, it’s always “Day ; So, what does that mean and why does it matter? It means that our mindset remains the same as it was on Amazon’s very first day: we embrace innovation, strive to stay nimble, make decisions quickly, and always prioritise delighting our customers.Our Leadership PrinciplesOur Leadership Principles are what help us keep a Day 1 mentality. They aren’t just for hanging on the wall in the office. Amazonians use them every day, whether they’re brainstorming ideas for new projects, selecting the best solution for a customer’s problem, or interviewing new candidates.Diversity and InclusionWe value individual expression, respect different points-of-view, and work together to create a culture where each of us is empowered to contribute fully. Our unique backgrounds and perspectives are what strengthen our ability to achieve Amazon’s mission of being the world’s most customer-centric company. Our Affinity Groups bring our people together across businesses and geographies. With executive and company sponsorship, these groups play a vital role in building internal networks for career development, advising Amazon business units, leading in service projects, taking part in policy discussions, and reaching out to communities where Amazonians live and work. Since 2016, enrollment in Amazon’s affinity groups has more than doubled in more than 90 chapters worldwide. Visit our to learn more. “Amazon facilitates me working flexibly around my young daughter which is a primary concern for any parent. Amazon is a great team to be a part of with a fantastic diversity of roles that suit ; – Sean Jeffreys, Warehouse Operative”Since working for Amazon on a temporary contract, I have been offered a permanent job with more training, so I feel my hard work has been noticed and rewarded!”- Ashleigh Ridge, Warehouse OperativeHiring ProcessJob Application and Review Your online application consists of providing some information about yourself, completing an online assessment, and selecting your preferred shift. Evaluation – Candidate Interview For some roles you may be invited for a video interview, potentially followed by a short online assessment and a request for more information so we can do a background check. Virtual Pre Hire Event This is a virtual event where you will provide your “Right to Work Documents” over a video call. This takes 15 minutes, so you don’t need to block your day to attend. We will send you the details to join the video call.Day 0 – Onboarding and Training You will receive an email regarding your Day 0. Your Day 0 provides you with an onboarding and training session that will prepare you for working with us on-site. The session is paid training and takes hours to complete. Day 1 – Your First Day at Amazon On Day 1, you will be given your Amazon blue badge (if you are on a fixed term or permanent contract) or green badge (if you’re joining us on a contract basis). We will give you a tour of the building and train you in your tasks.
Learn more about the Amazon Fulfillment CenterCOMPANY SIZE10,000 employees or moreINDUSTRYTransport And Storage – MaterialsFOUNDED1994WEBSITE
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