If you are looking to immerse yourself in a live real-time simulation of the Amazon interview loop, then this is the right experience for you.
You will choose a concrete Amazon open job position to apply for and, then, undergo a simulated loop with current Amazon employees, matched to your job level and function.
After the interview loop, you will attend your debrief as “a fly on the wall.” During the debrief, you will witness the interview team deliberate and decide whether to “hire” you based on Amazon’s Leadership Principles and functional competencies.
Lastly, I will clearly explain the rationale for the interview team's decision and coach you on how to improve your interview outcome.
"The live Simulation of the Amazon Interview loop" is the final step in our Amazon Bound program that prepares you to interview effectively with Amazon. The live Simulation builds on top of "The Essential Course to Prepare for the Amazon Interview" and "The Complete Workshop to Prepare for the Amazon Interview."
Our simulated experience will help you because of the following considerations:
In contrast, during the live Simulation, you will receive constructive and safe feedback, where the outcome won't count against you.
So, what are you waiting for? Come on in, and let's perfect your behavioral interview skills with a real-time simulation of the Amazon interview.
"The Amazon interview simulation was intense! I had chosen to “interview” for an open TPM position in the AWS group. I interviewed with Nick and four current Amazon employees who Nick had selected based on my experience and background. Subsequently, after the interview I watched them debrief as they deliberated if I should be "hired." I learned a lot, seeing myself through alternate perspectives and feel this simulation helped prepare me to interview at Amazon."
- Seth Sanusi, Seattle, WA, customer of "The live Simulation of the Amazon Interview loop"
Hi! I’m Nick.
In 2013, I joined Amazon and co-founded Amazon Game Studios in a series of direct pitches to Amazon’s CEO, Jeff Bezos. Amazon has since invested more than one billion dollars in the gaming space, by acquiring the game-streaming platform Twitch, developing its own 3D game engine (called Lumberyard,) and building top-budget games in its internal studios.
I also became an Amazon Bar Raiser, one of that small number of Amazonians who decide whether the company should hire a job candidate or not. In my three-year tenure as a Bar Raiser, I interviewed more than 350 job applicants and determined whether they raised the Amazon hiring bar.
In 2018, I left Amazon and $1M+ in deferred stock compensation to start a new company: Amazon Bound, to help prepare job applicants to interview effectively with Amazon.
Building anything worthwhile from scratch is scary but is also exciting and formative.
The future is now. This is the time to be a dragon.