I would guess that Pags was interviewing for one of the "floor manager" (I forgot the actual term) jobs, which is a production manager gig for their packing facilities. The hours are the way they are because of volume, and you work a shift covering your floor portion. I knew a guy who did it for a while and another guy I was in a squadron with a guy who interviewed for one of these jobs but didn't end up doing it. It sounded like a lot of work, but always busy keeping the drones motivated to maintain production numbers.Is this intentional somehow? It seems like a horrible way to do business. I know zero about how Amazon is structured, but there has to be a better way to accommodate for the surge periods around the holidays.
If you needed a job, it sounded like it paid well, and it wasn't a normal work week, but I know I wasn't too excited when I heard the details.