If you want to find out about the interview steps that take place before, during, and after the day of your Amazon job interview, then this course is for you.
Knowing what you could expect on your Amazon interview day will help you gain confidence, clarity, and peace of mind, as you prepare to interview.
My name is Nick Dimitrov and "What to Expect on the day of your Amazon Interview" will help demystify the decisions that Amazon makes to determine whether to hire a job applicant. We will cover topics like: the Amazon Hiring Bar and the Amazon interview funnel, which starts when you apply for an open role and ends when Amazon makes a hiring decision.
We will also talk about the Amazon written sample, the Amazon interview loop, the feedback after the interview, and the interview debrief.
In summary, knowing what your Amazon interview day looks like, will give you a significant edge during the interview itself.
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.