Amazon application status

Microsoft opsiedaisy
Jan 30 9 Comments

I had applied to a bunch of jobs at Amazon, which were showing up on my Amazon jobs dashboard as “active”. Some jobs got auto added, possibly by recruiter? Anyway, interviewed for one, and it switched to “in review”. My loop was last Friday and I have not heard back. Checked the job dashboard today and all my other applications have the status “no longer under consideration” but the one that I had a full onsite loop for, isn’t even on that list.

Any idea what that means? Seems strange.

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  • Microsoft opsiedaisy
    OP
    Thanks for the responses, got the offer, yay! :) seems like the issue I mentioned above was a bug or smth
    Jan 31 2
  • Amazon / Mgmt
    AWS.OpM

    Amazon Mgmt

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    Telefonica, Vodafone
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    Typically debriefs for loops are completed and candidates are contacted within 5 working days . You should be contacted by the recruiter either way with the result. Ping them if you haven’t heard by tomorrow. There are times though when it can be a little longer than this (due to scheduling) but those would be the exception rather than the rule
    Jan 30 1
    • Microsoft opsiedaisy
      OP
      Thanks! I will do that. Just confused as to why that one job application completely disappeared from my application list while all others are there
      Jan 30
  • Juniper busy bee
    For me after 1-2 days of onsite, the status changed to ‘not selected ‘ so i knew i was rejected and got a standard templated reject email from recruiter after a week.
    Jan 30 2
    • Amazon Zing!
      Wow that’s bad :-/
      Jan 30
    • Microsoft opsiedaisy
      OP
      This is how I’d expect it to be. I’m confused because mine isn’t even on that list
      Jan 30
  • Amazon / Mgmt
    AWS.OpM

    Amazon Mgmt

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    Congratulations!!
    Feb 1 0

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