NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Amazon has some 30,000 different positions across the country.

Hundreds are available right now in Nashville.

If you are interested in attending Amazon’s Career Day they encourage you to register online.

You’ll enter you personal information, then click what type of role you’re interested in. 

There are several options available depending on what you may specialize in. 

“Those entry level roles that pay $15 an hour, along with benefits to the jobs in our center in Nashville that growing. Those will include roles like route planning, map and location services, software development engineers who are working on the robotics in our fulfillment center network...database  migration consultants, quality analysts”, said Ardine Williams, Amazon's Vice President of Workforce Development. 

At career day you’ll be able to learn about the teams that are hiring and the positions that are open.

“We love for candidates to come out and talk to current employees, learn more about those jobs and what it really is to work at Amazon,” said Williams.

Amazon will not be offering on the spot jobs or interviews.

The doors open at 11:30 am and close at 7 pm on Tuesday at Cannery Ballroom. is now with you on the go! Get the latest news updates and video, 4WARN weather forecast, weather radar, special investigative reports, sports headlines and much more from News4 Nashville.

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Alexandria Adams joined the News4 team as a reporter in October 2017.

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