Amazon hiring for Thornton, Aurora openings

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Posted 6/18/19

National online retailer Amazon is looking to fill 2,000 positions at company warehouses in Thornton and Aurora this summer. Employees will work in Amazon’s customer fulfillment and delivery …

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Amazon hiring for Thornton, Aurora openings

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National online retailer Amazon is looking to fill 2,000 positions at company warehouses in Thornton and Aurora this summer.

Employees will work in Amazon’s customer fulfillment and delivery operations - everything from receiving inventory, picking and shipping customer orders and supporting network logistics.

Job candidates must be 18 years or older and have a high school diploma or equivalent. Veterans and military spouses are encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates should go to www.amazon.com/denverjobs to apply or for more information. They can indicate a shift preference and select an appointment time to attend an upcoming hiring event and orientation there.

On top of Amazon’s $15 minimum wage, full-time employees receive benefits on their first day, including comprehensive full health, vision and dental insurance, 401(k) with 50% match and up to 20 weeks paid parental leave.

Shift schedules will vary and part-time opportunities with benefits are also available.

Full-time employees also qualify for Amazon’s CareerChoice program which pre-pays 95% of tuition for courses in high-demand fields. More than 16,000 employees have pursued degrees in game design, nursing, IT programming and more since the company debuted the benefit in 2013.

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