Coca-Cola Europacific Partners is one of the leading consumer goods companies in the world. We make, move and sell some the world’s most loved brands – serving 600 million consumers and helping 1.75 million customers across 29 countries grow. We combine the strength and scale of a large, multi-national business with an expert, local knowledge of the customers we serve and communities we support.
Our portfolio in Australia includes the Coca-Cola family of products, as well as loved brands like Sprite, Fanta, Mount Franklin, Keri Juice, Powerade, Barista Brothers, Jim Beam, Canadian Club and Grinders Coffee.
We’re proud to be part of the Australian community and recognise the importance of giving something back. In addition to our efforts on wellbeing, recycling and sustainability, together with Coca-Cola South Pacific we distribute $1.1 million annually to local charities through the Coca-Cola Australia Foundation.
At Coca-Cola Europacific Partners, we are always refreshing the way we work and becoming a more inclusive, diverse and equitable company. As an employer, as a place to work, and as a business. Because when we represent the society we serve, everyone is truly welcome. Everyone In – no one left out.
We have an amazing opportunity to join our CCEP team in this role of Project Manager which will assist with our EWM rollout. This is a contract role for an initial 16 month period with strong view to extend beyond this. You will be responsible for planning and overseeing the project from the initial ideation, through execution and finally to completion of the implementation team EWM project/
s. They will coordinate people and processes to deliver their projects on time, within budget, and with the desired outcomes aligned to the overall EWM program objectives.
A key part of a Project Manager’s role is to identify and mitigate risks which may impact successful delivery of the project/s and as such, the Project Manager will also act as a point of contact, and escalation, between the project team and wider EWM program. They use project management tools such as Microsoft Project and PowerPoint to plan, monitor and regularly report to stakeholders on the progress of the project.
Lastly, during the embed phase the Project Manager will coordinate and deliver the implementation team PIR.
Demonstrated Project Management experience managing complex activities through to completion.
Prior experience within similar program roll out ideal.
Manufacturing, Logistics and systems knowledge (e.g., SAP, WMS, APO, Microsoft suite)
Autonomous, driven and able to liaise with stakeholders at all levels.
Your Benefits At CCEP you can you expect an attractive package including staff product allowance as well as a broad range of discounts and benefits from a range of partners! This is a genuine opportunity for an ambitious and customer-focused trade professional to take their career to a new level and thrive making a positive contribution to CCEP customers’ business growth and success, with a brand you can be proud of.
Some of our amazing & competitive benefits are:
Company funded Parental leave
Purchased Annual Leave Scheme
Ongoing training and opportunities for career progression
Being part of one of the world’s largest bottlers and most recognizable brands.
Excellent team culture – we have fun whilst we work!
A Leader who will support & guide you throughout your career
Access to employee benefits such as free drinks onsite, allocation of products to take home, EAP, free onsite parking
Access to our CCEP Care Program which helps our People work through the challenges of navigating Government Services, Social Welfare Organisations, and all other matters that impact on their emotional, psychological, financial, and physical wellbeing. This includes free counselling for you and your family via our EAP helpline
Access to our career and self-development program DevelopingMe@CCEP from day one
Coca-Cola Europacific is committed to the health and safety of all employees and to equal employment opportunity for all employees to ensure that our employees have a safe work environment that is also free of discrimination and harassment.
This obligation may also extend to include a pre-employment health evaluation process that is aimed at determining if prospective new employees are able to safely undertake the inherent requirements of the role without putting themselves or others at risk.
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