What sort of salary and benefits package does SABMiller offer?
Our benefits packages vary depending on the country where the role is based. SABMiller offers a competitive salary and attractive benefits package given the market location and the role.
What’s the recruitment process like at SABMiller?
Each of our businesses manages its own recruitment process, which varies by geography and role. Each of our operations offers a rigorous, fair and professional selection and interview process. Successful candidates can expect to undergo a competency-based interview process, followed by a psychometric assessment.
Where does SABMiller have operations around the world?
We operate in more than 80 countries across six continents. To find out more about where you can work, go to the Where we operate section to find out where we’re based across the world.
Where do I send my CV?
Go to the Search and apply page and chose either a global function or country of interest to view and apply for relevant opportunities.
Do you accept postal applications?
We only accept online applications for most of our operations and would suggest that this is the best way to send us your CV.
How do I apply for work experience, internships, graduate schemes or bursaries?
Many of our operating businesses provide in-service and graduate opportunities; you should go to the Search and apply section to review any suitable programmes in the countries where we operate. You will need to be legally eligible for employment in the country of your choice to qualify for these opportunities.
I’ve been invited to participate in psychometric assessment, what can I expect?
SABMiller uses psychometric assessment as part of the selection process for our management and executive placements across the group. We use only assessment batteries that are valid and reliable and ensure that the results are used effectively, not just for selection, but holistically as a valuable source of information for the on-going development of our employees.
The assessments that we use are carefully selected to help us understand your personality, strengths, areas for development, and potential. It is very important to understand that psychometric assessment is only one source of information and not the deciding factor in selection decisions. Psychometrics cannot be passed or failed. There are also no ‘good’ or ‘bad’ assessment results. Psychometric assessment is about understanding people rather than classifying or labelling them.