Amazon seller support (remote) new hire training question
By - WynkenBlynkenNod15
Are those positions easy to get?
I applied online and took the skills assessment, had a job offer waiting in my email 6 hours later, so it was fairly easy in my opinion haha!
where did you get your skills assesment mate?
Smile and nod your head. Eat crow. Then browse the internal job listings and make a 6 & 12 month plan.
If (and please brace yourself for a humblebrag scenario here, sorry) if you're able to do really well at the job and work really quickly, and if you have the required education plus some, do you think it's easy to move into a team leader role at the least? How hard is it to get other internal positions you're well qualified for?
I know this is a "how long is a piece of string" type question but I was just wondering about your personal experience.
ETA: by 6 and 12 month plan, are you saying advancement is realistically possible in these timeframes basically?
Saying you got past the front door and internal hires are a win.
Sorry, I'm a little unclear. You mean getting the seller support job as an outside hire at all is a good thing? As in, just basic employment, or in promotion potential? Just a bit confused lol. Sorry.
I work on the customer support side, when I started it was mostly modules, some team training. This was a number of years ago, but your will likely be similar.
I just applied and got the assessment link. Was it really an hour long? What was the general focus of it?
Hell no. Maybe 15 minutes. Partly personality stuff, part performance based. Catching errors, multitasking, etc.
Are you from India ?
Just did a quick search. Posting seems to only be In India. Would love that position.
Is that so they can pay really badly?
What company is that for?
Here's a USA listing. You do have to be in one of 8 or so states to qualify though. https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/1492194/seller-support-associate-virtual
Why those states specifically, any idea?
Probably labor laws
I'm in the USA.
It will likely be a mix of instructor led and online classes (little short ones generally)
What is the interview process and application like?
To be honest, I'm not sure if the experience is the same for everyone, but I'm fairly over qualified for this job (I'm 2/3 of the way through one of the top 10 law schools in the USA and have 2 bachelor's degrees).
That being said, I completed the application then was immediately prompted to take an assessment (part personality, part skills-based). I completed it about 3:15 in the morning. When I woke up at 9am, there was an offer letter waiting.
What’s the pay like if u don’t mind me asking?
$18.25 and full time with apparently readily available (and occasionally mandatory) overtime. Good benefits though. Health insurance and other benefits start day 1
Can you message me an application link? I’m looking for an accounting job, but wouldn’t mind getting a remote job at Amazon till I find one.
I've posted it in the thread, but here you go! https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/1492194/seller-support-associate-virtual
Wow that is pretty good. Better than most jobs in my area. I will check it out, thanks for all the information!
Is there an interview for this?
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