Everything you need to know about the recruitment process at Coca-Cola Amatil.
You can search for jobs here. On this page you can search by function, location or by key words.
If you can’t find a role that is right for you, you can also set up a profile and create job alerts to make sure you are automatically contacted as soon as a role becomes available.
Once you have found a position you are interested in, click on the ‘Apply Online' button and follow the instructions.
You don’t need to add a cover letter to your application but if you think there is anything else that we should know that could assist your application please feel free to add one.
Once we receive your application you will receive an email from us to let you know we have it.
The closing date of the job is usually posted on the job advert. On or just after this date and if your profile fits with what the Hiring Manager's requirements, you can expect a call from the Talent Acquisition team to talk through the details of the role in a bit more detail.
The Hiring Manager will then review the shortlist presented by the Talent Acquisition Team and if they think your profile is a good fit, we will invite you in for an interview.
If it didn’t work out for you this time, we will send you an email or give you a call to let you know.
In your interview, you will get to meet your potential Leader. During the meeting we will focus on understanding your skills and experience to ascertain your fit for the role.
Part of your interview will be based on behavioural questions. You can get some tips on this here.
This is also an opportunity for you to learn more about us – come prepared with questions.
Based on the role you have applied for, you may be asked to complete additional assessments such as: Case studies, Presentations, participation in Assessment Centres, on-line personality, cognitive abilities testing.
We also conduct background, medical and reference checks depending on the needs and environment that the role is in.
Part of your interview will be based on behavioural questions.
We have a Leadership Capability framework which will be shown on your position description. For each role, the Hiring Manager will highlight around four of these capabilities on your job description. Take some time to think of some scenarios based around these capabilities.
When answering behavioural questions, remember to use the STAR method to help structure your answer:
What was the Situation
What was the Task
What was the Action
What was the Result
You will receive your offer online or via email, outlining your employment details. From here, we will be in touch to coordinate your induction and welcome you to the business.
If you have any questions at any stage of the application process, please reach out to your contact in our talent Acquisition Team, we are here as your partner in this process.