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We aim to be the world’s most customer-centric company. Our mission is to continually raise the bar of the customer experience by using internet and technology to help consumers find, discover and buy anything, and empower businesses and content creators to maximise their success.

We believe this mission is important for the UK because digital empowerment for customers and businesses improves living standards for people up and down the country, and drives our economic competitiveness and productivity in a global economy.

We will continue to push the boundaries of how technology – digital infrastructure and services – can improve the customer experience.

Apprenticeships with Amazon provide more than just a job. From associate positions, through to management, it’s the beginning of a career that could truly change your life.

Whatever background, qualifications or aspirations you might have, Amazon offers opportunities. Whether it’s in operations, information technology, engineering, software development, fashion or marketing, we put you in prime position to train and gain new skills. And with an apprenticeship, you get paid while you learn.

Our programmes are for people with a passion for learning. People ready for a career right now – perhaps to retrain in a new direction, or as an alternative to university. After graduating with us, you’ll be qualified to apply for a permanent role in our business. Roles are available throughout the UK, across our operations and corporate offices

Typically recruits

Over 30 programmes available both technical and non-technical.
Amazon Logistics
AWS divisions

Key Facts

Fact #1

Amazon offered over 1000 apprenticeship opportunities across the UK in 2021

Fact #2

Amazon has invested over £32bn in the UK economy since 2010

Fact #3

Amazon has spent $15 billion in COVID-19-related costs to prioritize employee health and safety.

Case study

Meet Luca Maccioni – Software Development Engineer Apprentice

Meet Luca Maccioni – Software Development Engineer Apprentice

Prior to joining Amazon I worked in a variety of jobs in the hospitality industry, from general assistant to managerial roles.

When I decided to change career and pursue my passion for tech, I began teaching myself to code. As my journey went along, I felt I needed some guidance and industry recognised experience, this is why I choose an apprenticeship. Now, I am employed, have dedicated time to study, and I am working on real projects. This Amazon apprenticeship will kickstart my new career and will open many opportunities. I am excited about the many different paths I could take as a Software Engineer at Amazon once I finish the programme.