Amazon continues to provide opportunities for full-time and part-time jobs in its fulfillment and logistics network as it expands its footprint to better serve customers in communities where they live.
The company is hiring 75,000 regular employment opportunities throughout the United States and Canada, including 5,000 in the Valley.
The roles offer an average starting pay of at least $17 per hour, plus sign-on bonuses of up to $1,000 in many locations. In addition, the company offers full-time employees industry-leading benefits, which include health, vision and dental insurance; 401(k) with 50% company match; up to 20 weeks paid parental leave; and Amazon’s innovative Career Choice program, which prepays 95% of tuition for courses in high-demand fields.
“We look forward to hiring 75,000 associates across our fulfillment and transportation network,” said Alicia Boler Davis, Amazon’s vice president of global customer fulfillment.
“Working at Amazon also comes with an unwavering commitment to safety, especially as we continue to navigate a global pandemic. In addition to the great pay and robust benefits available to new hires starting on their first day, we’re offering a $100 benefit to any new hire who comes to Amazon already vaccinated for COVID-19.”
Amazon’s commitment to the health and safety of employees has always been the company’s top priority, Davis said.
In late March, Amazon began rolling out on-site voluntary vaccination events at fulfillment centers in Missouri, Nevada and Kansas.
The program has expanded to more than 150 locations — including Arizona — across the United States and Canada, offering more than half a million front-line employees, contractors and partners access to the COVID-19 vaccine.
In many locations, Amazon has partnered with local authorities to open the vaccination program to employee families as part of a commitment to ensuring employees are safe from COVID-19 in the workplace and at home, she said. The on-site vaccine initiative is in addition to Amazon’s in-house COVID-19 testing program, which continues to provide front-line employees with access to voluntary, free testing across more than 800 sites globally.
Hiring for the new roles is already underway. Interested candidates can visit