Come help us bring orders to life! You’ll be working in an Amazon warehouse, picking, packing and sorting customer orders for shipment. In this position, you can expect:
- Fast-paced, physical role
- Shift selection of days or nights
- On-the-job learning and growth
- A safe working environment. Learn more.
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Work inside an Amazon warehouse, picking, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, apply for an Amazon warehouse job today! Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day.
It’s no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You’ll be up on your feet moving, sorting and handling packages between trucks. Part and full time opportunities are available with a flexible schedule of up to 40 hours.
Be on the last stop before Amazon delivers customer smiles! Delivery Station Team Members receive trucks full of orders then prepare them for delivery. Full-time and part-time opportunities. Shifts are 4-10 hours long with many scheduling options to fit your needs, including overnight and early morning.
Prime Now is Amazon’s super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool. Digitalocean jitsi. Select from flexible 3-4 hour shifts and hours each week.
Prime Pantry brings snacks, beauty products, and household supplies right to customers’ doors. Package customer orders and sort boxes to get them to their destination. You’ll operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facility. Full-time schedules, with a variety of shifts.
Amazon Fresh is our grocery delivery service. Make a customer’s day by gathering and packing orders for a perfect delivery. We offer fresh, frozen and packaged groceries, so you’ll be provided with the right gear to work in a refrigerated area. Mostly part-time schedules to 29 hours a week, with some full-time options.
Hear from our warehouse employees
Christine’s passion is taking care of her co-workers and others. That’s something her son has even noticed when he says, 'Mommy likes to take care of people.'
Kent's wife is a teacher, now learning to do her job from home. His son just wants to play baseball. And Kent is thriving at Amazon, making his family proud.
Janelle is an area manager for Amazon who loves her warehouse job. 'With this pandemic, safety is even more important.'
Amazon fulfillment center associate Jeremy Balkan and his service dog Leila work together on behalf of customers at an Amazon warehouse. 'I like to say she's my ears,' says Balkan, who was born deaf. 'Whatever she hears, I trust her completely.'
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One of the priciest per-square-foot industrial deals of the last decade has closed in Torrance, and it’s no surprise that Amazon factors in.
Realterm US paid $81 million for a 118,000-square-foot former Costco wholesale store now undergoing a renovation and upgrade, according to the Los Angeles Business Journal.
The price pencils out to $548.33 a foot, more than twice the average for the area.
Amazon is leasing the space at 2751 Skypark Avenue that it will use as a warehouse, according to the report. About 12,500 square feet will be used for office and reception space.
The seller was Bridge Development Partners. The deal is nearly twice the $41.3 million that Bridge paid for the property last November.
Bridge secured approval from Torrance to demolish the existing building to make way for a new development, but scrapped those plans to renovate the existing property for Amazon. The firm recently filed for another ground-up development outside Torrance.
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The L.A. industrial market was the strongest in the country before the coronavirus pandemic and has continued to tighten throughout the year. That’s thanks in part to increased demand for logistics space from e-commerce companies like including Amazon, which said it planned to open 100 new distribution centers in September, which posted record earnings in the second quarter. That’s generally true of the wider national industrial market. Industrial real estate investment trusts, for example, have generated consistent returns where most other specialty REITs have lost value. [LABJ] — Dennis Lynch