Recently, PepsiCo announced the setting up of a new manufacturing plant in Nalbari, Assam, with an investment of Rs 778 crore. Spread over 44.2 acres, the plant will be operational in 2025.
The company aims to provide direct and indirect employment to 500 people in this new plant. PepsiCo said on its page, “At PepsiCo, you can create more smiles and more possibilities at a global scale no matter what role you hold.”
An American multinational food, snack, and beverage corporation, PepsiCo in India is hiring for various roles including Finance, R&D, Tech, HR, etc across the country.
How do I apply to PepsiCo?
There are three steps to the hiring process.
STEP 1 APPLY: As a first step in your job search, try chatting with the personal recruiting assistant Chester Cheetah. You may ask him about anything related to PepsiCo’s business, culture, jobs, and more.
Once you’ve identified an opportunity of interest, the company invites you to apply to the Candidate Zone, an online portal where you can keep your profile up to date, apply to jobs, and review your application status.
STEP 2 ASSESS: At PepsiCo, the company offers various options for two-way communication during the hiring process. As a first step, it may initiate dialogue with you via telephone or video interview. Depending on the role, location and timeliness, you may then be invited for additional virtual or in-person interviews.
STEP 3 OFFER & ON-BOARDING: The team works equally hard to ensure the right hiring decision is made for you and PepsiCo. If selected for the role, the internal recruitment team will contact you to review the offer letter details, benefits and more information on your new career at PepsiCo.
Explore Job Opportunities
The company is hiring for various roles like Research & Development, Production, Finance & Legal, Human Resources, Technology, and Marketing & Sales, etc. To explore job opportunities and apply visit the company’s career page and LinkedIn Page.
HR Jobs: The company is hiring for various HR profiles click here to apply.
PepsiCo, which entered India in 1989, sells brands like Doritos, Lay’s, Kurkure, Tropicana, and Quaker Oats in foods.