Amazon Development Center Krausenstr. 38 Obtenir des directions
J'ai travaillé chez Amazon à temps plein (Moins d'un an)
Précis,correct, sérieux, agréable, juste
Compliqué de livrer tout les colis
Activez cette page en publiant un photo. Cela ne prend qu'une seconde, et vos photos sont anonymes.Partager une photo
J'ai postulé via une recommandation d'un employé. Le processus a pris +2 mois. J'ai passé un entretien à Amazon (Berlin (Allemagne)) en septembre 2020.
The process started with me getting a referral from one of my friend who works at Amazon. The very next day I got an email from recruiter that they have gone through my resume and would like to do a phone screen.
The first phone screen was more about the background and some behavioural questions. Few days after the phone screen, I was moved to the 2nd phone screen. This round was more technical and focused on product management areas. At the end of the interview I was asked to explain the most technical project I have worked on and a machine learning based project. Few days after the phone screen, I was moved to onsite loop.
The onsite loop had 5 back to back interview with few minutes of gap in between. The onsite loop was similar to phone screen and focused on behavioural questions along with some technical questions. Generally, all interviewers asked me 3 questions per interview except the bar raiser, who asked me 5 questions. 2 days after the interview, I got a call from the recruiter that Amazon would like to make an offer!
Few tips I would like to suggest:
1. Build a preparation framework: preparing for Amazon interview is very rigorous and takes a lot of time. The framework I used was preparing 2 stories per Leadership principle for the LPs that are more closely related to Product Management and 1 for rest.
2. Always remember to give details about your answer. Amazon doesn't want to hear high level answer. While answering do layout all the details especially the data points that helped you make a decision. Try to use data in all of your answers. Amazon loves data.
3. Role-play the answers with your friend. You should spend a good part of your preparation doing role-play with your friend to get comfortable with your answers and to also get a view of counter questions that the interviewer may ask.
4. For PMT roles, do point out technical things you have worked on. Amazon wants technical people as PMT. Make sure your technical angle comes out in your answers.
Questions d'entretien d'embauche