Amazon Camperforce

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We are now hiring for our 2014-2015 season!

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Camperforce Program

Looking for a fast-paced, hands-on job? Own an RV? If yes, then the CamperForce program might be for you!

Take on Amazon Fulfillment as your next adventure and come join a group of enthusiastic RVers this winter season to help fulfill holiday orders. We are seeking hardworking and dedicated seasonal campers for our CamperForce program. The program lasts 3-4 months in the winter and your responsibilities will be in the areas of packing, stowing, and receiving.

Choose from one of our three locations in Kansas, Kentucky, and Nevada and join us this winter season with your RV.

What are the benefits?

Along with the chance to build lasting relationships with your coworkers, the CamperForce Program also provides complimentary campsites during your time at Amazon, a season completion bonus, and an Amazon employee discount!

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You'll find our distribution centers to be very fast paced with lots of moving parts and people!

Where are the jobs located?

Campbellsville, KY: Campbellsville is located in the heart of Central Kentucky, nestled between the Cumberland Plateau and the Appalachian Mountains and offering the best of both regions. More than 22,000 people live in the area, with half of those in the county seat of Campbellsville. The area is home to a pleasant mix of agriculture, manufacturing and recreation. One of the area's greatest recreational attractions is Green River Lake, which offers some of the finest fishing and boating in the state, as well as camping, picnicking, horseback riding and hiking.

Coffeyville, KS: Approximately 10,000 people live in Coffeyville, which is located near the Verdigris River in southeast Kansas, about 75 miles north of Tulsa, OK, and 60 miles west of Joplin, MO. Coffeyville's most famous moment may have been the end of the Dalton Gang on October 5, 1892. The area is mostly rural farming community, and a short drive from many recreational parks and lakes.  Just outside of Independence is the home of the Little House on the Prairie. Local cities host several festivals such as the Coffeyville Fair & Rodeo in Coffeyville and Neewollah in Independence. 

Fernley, NV: Living in the Reno area, you have an opportunity to engage in a wide variety of activities and hobbies. The city and surrounding recreation areas offer great casinos for the risk-takers! A short drive away and you can enjoy water activities at the well-known Lake Tahoe and Truckee River, such as fishing, water-skiing, wakeboarding, parasailing, and kayaking. During the winter, the snow covered mountain slopes attract visitors to enjoy cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating and snowboarding.

What types of jobs are available?

All positions involve performing a single process in our distribution center and vary from receiving an order into our inventory to preparing an order for shipment to a customer.

Receiving: As part of our receiving team, you will be receiving and checking inventory from our suppliers. You will need to be able to lift, bend, stoop and squat frequently.

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Stowing: You will walk 2-4 miles a day, and will lift, bend, stoop and squat frequently. Ability to read a hand-held scanner and climbing stairs up to 30% of the time is necessary. Our stowing team safely shelves the millions of items that come through each Amazon facility.

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Sortation: You might be using a hand-held reader to guide you in taking items from chutes and putting them into boxes, packaging items into a variety of shipping containers.

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Shipping: You could be standing scanning and packaging single items for shipment or palletizing boxes and loading trucks.

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Picking: You will walk 5-10 miles a day and will lift, bend, stoop and squat frequently. Ability to read a hand-held scanner and climbing stairs up to 30% of the time is necessary. Our picking team picks millions of items into totes and transfers the totes to a conveyor.

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We are hiring NOW! Apply now at www.amazon.com/camperforce


 
Jobinar Recording from March 26, 2014