**This page is current for the 2019 Season including Program Changes**
If you are familiar with the Camperforce program you’ll notice a few changes:
- Base pay is $15.00/Hour
- Bonus $0.50/Regular Hour $1.00/OT Hour
- Site stipend $550.00/Site (Even if you are a couple you will still only receive $550)
- Hard start and end dates (You can now choose your specific assignment during the application process. These “assignment dates” are not flexible, at least prior to arriving)
What is Amazon Camperforce?
Amazon Camperforce is a fantastic workamping opportunity that offers RV’ers a great way to earn some big bucks around the holidays and beyond. Camperforce employees perform various tasks at the participating fulfillment centers in exchange for an RV space, base wages, OT wages, a completion bonus, and some other fun incentives throughout the season.
Where is Amazon Camperforce?
There are a few participating locations that are available year to year and a small number of others that seem to vary. Here are the 2019 Locations:
- Shepherdsville, KY
- Campbellsville, KY
- Hebron, KY
- Lexington, KY
- Murfreesboro, TN
- Chatanooga, TN
- Phoenix, AZ
When is Amazon Camperforce?
New for 2019 Amazon announced firm start and end dates.
* This building is staffed with 11 hour shifts instead of the standard 10 hours per day. The expectation will be to work 44 hours per week in this assignment. Mandatory overtime will not exceed 50 hours per week per CamperForce program regulations.
What can I earn with Amazon Camperforce?
Amazon offers excellent wages at $15.00 per hour and time and a half for overtime Plus a shift differential (available at specific facilities for weekend and nights), plus a completion bonus in the amount of $0.50 for each regular hour worked and $1.00 for each overtime hour worked. To be eligible for the bonus, you must complete your assignment.
What will I do at Amazon Camperforce?
Receiving – The receiver’s job is to receive product into our inventory system and place it on a cart so that it may be placed onto shelves.
Stowing – The Stower’s job is to scan product and place it into a bar-coded shelf location so that the product can be ordered by customers.
Picking – Pickers receive information regarding customer orders and are then directed to a shelf location to “pick” the order and place the items in a “tote” and then on to the conveyor system.
Pack – Packer’s will receive information from the computer regarding what packing materials to use for a package, and the packers will then place the completed order on the conveyor system.
ICQA – In ICQA (Inventory Control & Quality Assurance) you are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the inventory in the bins. Typically this position is limited to returning associates who have been previously trained in ICQA.
Physical Demands – Each position has its own set of physical demands, but this is a rough list of what to expect amongst the different departments.
- Must be able to stand continuously for a 10-hour shift
- Lift and move up to 49 lbs with assistance
- Lift, bend, reach above the head, kneel, crouch, stretch, and stoop repetitively
- Engage in repetitive motion activities
- Able to walk frequently throughout the facility
- Walk several miles throughout the facility (5-10 +) over the course of a 10-hour shift
- Operate a handheld scanner
Current Campground List: