How to apply

If you've recently completed your Undergraduate or Postgraduate studies and want to kick off a dynamic career, here's an opportunity to join a company which inspires with its products in Greece and Cyprus!

Step 1: Apply

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Do not forget to choose in which function you'd prefer to work (eg Commercial, Supply Chain, HR, Public Affairs & Communication).

Step 2: Screening

After we receive your CV, the first screening will take place, based on the criteria below: 

  • You have recently graduated from university with up to 2 years of experience
  • A Master’s degree will be considered an asset
  • Fluency in written and spoken English
  • Excellent PC skills (Windows, MS Office)
  • Fulfilled military obligations (for male participants)
  • Ability to work in Greece and Cyprus
  • Eager to learn and innovate
  • You’re volunteering or taking an active role in student organisations, sports or have another amazing interest

If you fulfill the aforementioned criteria, we will send you an online competencies questionnaire. These tests provide us with an indication of your personality and the way you think. 

Step 3: Interview

We invite you to your first interview! This is an opportunity to meet people from our Human Resources function. It’s the time to talk about yourself, share your goals, interests and dreams and stand out.

Step 4: Assessment Center

You are now one step closer to success. It's time to take part in an all-day Assessment Centre, an intense experience which provides you with the opportunity to compete, collaborate and create under real job circumstances.

Regardless of the outcome, the Assessment Center is a valuable experience which will help you in your career.

And...

You've succeeded! Congratulations and welcome to the family of Coca‑Cola Tria Epsilon and Lanitis.

It's just the beginning: you are now a member of a powerful team!

Apply to the Rise, Management Trainee Program

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Do you have additional questions about the Programme? You can ask us here