KY, KS, NV: Elf at Amazon - The Seasonal Camper Program for

Elf at Amazon! Amazon, the largest on-line retailer in the world loves work campers! You bring a solid work ethic, mature attitude, and diverse background and experience to the workforce.

The Amazon Seasonal Camper Program is one of the best work camper jobs out there.

Where else do you get…

(a) paid for every hour worked (and the pay rate is higher than minimum wage!)

(b) an Employee Discount while employed with us

(c) your campsite paid for by Amazon!

Remember when there was only one Santa, and he called in a big order? Well, now there are millions of Santa’s all clicking on-line at the same time. We need “ELF’s” to fill those orders.

Amazon is currently recruiting work campers for the 2011 Amazon peak season, October through December.

Presently, three locations are open for this seasonal employment: Campbellsville, KY; Coffeyville, KS; and Fernley NV.

Although hourly pay scale varies by site, the average hourly wage is $10 per hour, with time and a half paid for hours over 40 when overtime is available.

There is a completion bonus paid at the end of your assignment for every hour worked.

Although no previous experience is necessary, these are temporary warehouse positions in a fast-paced industrial environment that may be physically challenging. All positions require you to be on your feet most of the shift and require some bending, lifting, stooping, and squatting. Some positions require the ability to climb stairs 30% of the time, and all positions require the use of a hand-held scanner.

All positions require successful completion of a drug screen, background check, and documentation of a high school diploma or GED.

Come and be an Amazon “ELF” this fall, and join other Amazon Seasonal Campers who work hard, have fun, and make history.

For more detailed information, contact Phil Schafer, Amazon Seasonal Camper Coordinator, at, or call the Seasonal Camper Hotline at 270-849-2604.

Go to our blog on Workers On Wheels Work for RVers and Campers from this article about work camping with the Amazon Seasonal Camper Program.

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