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Amazon Camperforce – What It’s Like To Work For The Retail Monster (And How You Can Apply)

If you own an RV and are looking for a seasonal job, the Amazon Camperforce program might be for you.

Amazon offers the program only during the busy winter shipping season. When the orders flood in during the fall, the company needs to beef up its packing, stowing, and receiving workforce for about three months – from October through December 23rd.

Have an RV? Looking for work? Amazon’s Camperforce program may fit your lifestyle.

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The program accepts workers at one of three facilities located in Kentucky, Texas, and Tennessee.

Go behind the scenes and find out what it’s like to be an Amazon Camperforce worker.

Inside an Amazon distribution center.

Amazon distribution center

So what do you get in return for your efforts?

  • complimentary full hook up (FHU) campsites
  • pay for every hour worked
  • time-and-a-half for overtime
  • season completion bonus ($1 for every hour worked, if you work the entire season)
  • Amazon employee discount
  • shift differential
  • referral bonus

Fellow workers meet inside the Amazon distribution center.

Amazon team meeting

How do you qualify for the program? You must:

  • have a stable work history
  • hold a high school diploma or GED equivalent
  • read and write English fluently
  • be at least 18 years old

Stowing items at an Amazon warehouse.

Stowing items at Amazon warehouse

Unfortunately, the Amazon Camperforce jobs are only offered at three sites in the United States:

  • Campbellsville, Kentucky
  • Murfreesboro, Tennessee
  • Haslet, Texas

Pay starts at $10.75 per hour for each facility, with a $1.00 seasonal completion bonus for every hour worked.

Jobs vary at the centers, with positions in receiving, stowing, sortation, and shipping available.

Sorting items for shipment

Getting ready to ship packages.

Shipping Amazon packages

Expect to be on your feet a lot – and to walk a lot! You could be walking up to a dozen miles every day if you’re part of the picking crew, for example.

Pickers are responsible for climbing stairs up to 30% of the time, armed with a hand-held scanner.

Picking Amazon camperforce worker

If you’re interested in joining the Amazon Camperforce crew, you can sign up online.

Watch Workamper News‘ detailed video walkthrough of the Amazon Camperforce program.