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Amazon Primed to Hire on August 2

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ:  Amazon announced yesterday that it has more than 50,000 positions  available to fill across its U.S. fulfillment facilities, and on August 2 the company is opening up 10 of its sites for the first-ever Amazon Jobs Day. With informational sessions, candidate tours, and an onsite application processes, the company is poised to make thousands of on-the-spot, bona-fide offers to qualified candidates across the country in one day.

Amazon has hundreds of jobs open in New Jersey, including many at the local fulfillment center in Robbinsville.

 

WHEN:                   Wednesday, August 2 from 8:00 a.m. to noon at 50 New Canton Way, Robbinsville, NJ 08691.

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IMPORTANT DETAILS:               

-                All candidates are encouraged to dress comfortably. Appropriate attire includes closed-toe, flat heeled shoes, no loose or dangling jewelry and clothing accessories, and hair longer than shoulder length should be tied up.

-                All candidates should check-in upon arrival

-                All candidates should arrive with the necessary documentation required to complete an I9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form

-                Interested candidates who are not able to attend the event or are interested in opportunities at locations not hosting Amazon Jobs Day events may also apply online at www.amazon.com/JobsDay

 
 
 

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