Careers FAQs

Careers FAQs


  • Tailor the CV to the position
  • Tell us necessary information about your former roles
  • Focus not on what you did, but on your key achievements
  • Help us understand how your experience makes you a good fit for this position


  1. Keep it short
  2. Most current position on top
  3. Focus on relevant experience, no need to add experiences from 20 years ago
  4. Don´t forget to add contact details

  • Search for current open positions and apply by connecting your LinkedIn profile or by uploading your CV
  • You will be asked to create a profile before you apply
  • If you have found the job ad on a job board, LinkedIn etc. you can apply using these platforms instead
  • You can apply for more than one position.

Yes, we still encourage you to apply. We can then review your application and decide whether to proceed or not.



Once you have applied for a job, you will receive an email confirming we have received your application. Check your Spam folder if you can´t find an email. From there you will receive further notifications when we had a look at your application via email or phone.

  • If the documents are too big: Resize them and try again. Try converting files into a Word or PDF format, pictures should be submitted as JPG file
  • Please do not send your CV to any email address you might find online, due to GDPR we´re not allowed to work with CVs sent via email
  • Or: Sign-up for our Talent Network. It will allow you to create a profile too and we will be able to add you to vacancies that match your profile

  • We´ll keep you up-to-date after each step of the selection process
  • You didn´t hear back yet? This means the position is still vacant and the selection process has not yet finished
  • If we proceed with your application, we will tell you what are the exact next steps of the process for the position you have applied for
  • If you have applied via our Search and Apply page, check the status of your application in your profile.

Tip: When speaking about yourself, get familiar with the STAR method. It is a way to structure interviews. It helps recruiters to understand what you have done so far, spotlighting similarities in your former role(s) and the one you are applying for.


What was the challenge?

Who did you report to? What was the team size?

Give necessary details about the context.

Emphasize similarities to the job your interviewing for.


Explain your role and make to be clear on what exactly you were responsible for.


Walk them through the steps you took.

You want them to understand your approach also in terms of stakeholder management.


 What was the result of your action?

Quantify your results!

Be prepared for video interviews! We know your busy. This is why we decided to use video interviews already a while ago. You might experience one or even two types of video interviews: a recorded video interview and a live video interview. The difference: For the first one we have recorded the interview questions and you can do your part of the interview whenever you like. Live interviews are video calls we all got used to by now. You will receive further instructions, etc. when it´s time.

We believe that you need more than experience and that everyone can acquire new skills. Still, every position at Coca-Cola HBC requires a  specific set of skills, attitudes and competencies. We´re focusing on measuring these. Each step in the process is designed to help us learn more about your individual skills and to match them with the job requirements.

Assessment centers come in multiple forms: We use aptitude tests, situational judgement tests, group and individual simulation exercises, and role plays during the selection process. Regardless of the position you are applying for, all information about the associated tests will be provided in advance, along with instructions.