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Working at Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Fiji (previously known as Coca-Cola Amatil (Fiji) Ltd) is unlike any other career experience.

What does this mean? Endless opportunity and a chance to be part of a team bursting with innovative thinkers and doers.
These are people who are writing the next chapter of the Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Fiji story, creating millions of moments of happiness and possibilities every day.

Available Vacancies

Assistant Refrigeration Technician (based in Suva) | Vacancy closes soon

Key Accountabilities

  • Responsible for maintaining minimal levels in response times towards customer equipment placements and to ensure high efficiencies and level of service to customer.
  • Responsible for the timely and accurate compiling of all documentation to ensure timely updates and changes to system data.
  • Assist in refurb, service, and maintain customer equipment, namely vending machines, coolers, Postmix, draught and coffee machines owned or maintained by CCAF in the workshop and field.
  • To be an effective team member and contribute towards the achievement of team objectives.
  • Ensure the Coca-Cola Quality Systems (TCCQS), Environment, Food Safety, and Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) requirements and standards are upheld in all aspects of the role.



Trade Certificate in Refrigeration and Airconditioning with TPAF/FNU.

At least 2 years of refrigeration and mechanical servicing experience in service-oriented environment

Computer skills

Good written and oral communication skill

Planning, organizing and time management

Desirable to have the following:

GPR Certification

ODS License

HC Certification

Valid Fiji driver’s license (Group 2)


Please note that only successfully shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Financial Accountant (based in Suva) | Vacancy closes Friday 24 November 2023

Reporting directly into the Financial Controller, the Financial Accountant will be predominately responsible for the accounting and control of all CCEP - Pacific Islands Fixed Asset accounting. Responsibilities include accounting governance to ensure adherence to IFRS and GAAP & Sarbanes Oxley Act, management of the capital submission investment and disposal process, ensuring all accounting entries relating to fixed assets are timely and accurate. The Financial Accountant will assist in ensuring the accuracy and timeliness of General Ledger reconciliations, drive financial processes and reporting improvements and support all tax compliance matters of the business.


In this role, the Financial Accountant will maintain assigned balance sheet accounts as well as accurate and timely month end reporting providing information to wider Finance Team.



  • Responsible for supporting key asset accounting activities including but not limited to capitalization, revaluation and disposal of fixed assets, maintenance of the fixed asset register and asset reporting.
  • Ensure implementation of best practice is in place for reporting and forecasting in relation to Capex for CCEP Fiji’s Capital expenditure & Fixed Assets.
  • Management of the capital submission process (Capex Tracking Database) ensuring compliance to CCEP Fiji policies.
  • Responsible for carrying out physical verification of assets and outcomes of the verification to be reconciled to the accounting records.
  • Responsible for performing General Ledger reconciliations and taking responsibility for assigned balance sheet accounts. In addition, identify potential impacts and implications of all areas affecting assigned balanced sheet accounts.
  • Responsible for managing Capex reporting and ensuring CCEP Fiji execute in accordance with industry best practices. 
  • Responsible for depreciation forecasting for Annual Business Plan and Full Year Rolling Forecast.
  • Support CCEP Fiji’s capital and fixed asset requirements, driving best practices to ensure CCEP wide process adherence as well as alignment of reporting requirements.
  • Ensure effective system of controls, procedures and forms for fixed asset recordation are in place as well as recommend any updated to asset accounting policies to CCEP Fiji asset management as required.
  • Conduct monthly review of Cost center expenses including transactions, review Purchase orders & Capital expenses – Capex & Related Depreciation with rolling forecasts for budget reviews.
  • Assist in the preparation of financial statements and Income Tax return.
  • Assist in lodging returns on TPOS
  • Assist in quarter end reporting to head office
  • Responsible for Provisional Tax lodgement and assist with FBT compilation.
  • Responsible for lodging Bureau of Statistics Returns & Export Proceeds to the relevant authorities.
  • Ensure adherence to customer service standards set by the team and act as a key Finance point of contact for other CCEP departments across Fiji relating to fixed assets transactions.
  • Liaise with both Internal and External Auditors and Tax Consultants regarding reviews of accounts and processes, as well as action recommendations as identified.
  • Support the implementation of process improvement initiatives and eliminate non-value adding activities continuously and undertake other projects and tasks on an ad-hoc basis.
  • Establish and maintain strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders and provide advice as required.
  • Instill a culture of continuous improvement across processes and lead the elimination of any non-value adding activity for CCEP Fiji Finance. Lead and drive process improvement within areas of responsibility.
  • Ensure CCEP GAAP/ SOX is adhered to where applicable; ensure policies and procedure are correctly documented, current and relevant to CCEP Fiji business practices. 
  • Ensure the workplace (both CCEP Fiji and others) is safe through undertaking appropriate Health, Safety and Environmental practices & undertake correct reporting and recording of accidents, incidents and hazards.
  • Acquire and maintain the skills and knowledge related to competent job performance and actively participate and contribute to the achievement of team goals and a collaborative, high-performance environment.
  • As requested, undertake projects or activities not specifically outlined above.





  • Strong understanding of Financial Accounting reporting and Month End Processes, with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in Financial Accounting, ideally in a FMCG environment,  with fixed asset experience a must.
  • Familiarity of Taxpayer Online System (TPOS) will be desirable.
  • University degree in Finance, Accounting or Commerce required.
  • Working towards a post graduate Accounting qualification CA/CPA equivalent or other professional qualification/membership.
  • Proficient in MS Excel and Word as well as experience in systems implementation would be an advantage.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.
  • Good understanding of accounting controls, relevant accounting standards, reporting, operational and business change initiatives


Please note that only successfully shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Head of People & Culture - Pacific Islands (based in Suva) | Vacancy closes Monday 20th November 2023

Are you ready to lead and inspire a dynamic team in the stunning Pacific Islands?


Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) is on the lookout for a Head of People & Culture – Pacific Islands to join our vibrant and iconic team based in Fiji.


About the Organisation

At CCEP, we are not just international in presence; we are also deeply rooted in the local heart of the Pacific Islands. We are committed to local economies and passionate about creating millions of moments of happiness every day. Our relentless pursuit of shared vision fuels us to deliver unparalleled sales and manufacturing capabilities, unmatched relationships, and far-reaching execution.

About the role

Reporting directly to the General Manager – Pacific Islands, and the Director People & Culture (P&C) NZ & Pacific Islands, this role will sit on the Fiji and Pacific Islands Executive, and NZ People & Culture Leadership teams.

The Head of People & Culture is responsible for ensuring our Pacific Islands businesses have engaged and high performing people through implementing excellent people strategies and practices, supporting our business leaders to deliver against their strategies. This role also plays a key business partnering role with our Sales & Marketing executives across our non-alcohol and alcohol portfolios.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead and direct a generalist P&C function in line with business strategy and direction, within budget restrictions and industry needs.
  • Develop and execute an inclusive Pacific Islands P&C strategy across the whole employee lifecycle in line with the global and Pacific P&C strategy.
  • Work closely with the leadership team to continually analyse, prioritise and respond proactively to the Pacific Island’s needs, addressing concerns as necessary to ensure expectations are exceeded or met and risks mitigated.
  • Provide leadership and capability enablement to the team and partner with senior leadership where necessary on projects and continuous improvement.
  • Build capability and ensure consistency of service as well as delivery across all portfolios and Pacific business units from a P&C perspective.
  • Manage and develop the P&C team so that accurate, timely and relevant data and information is available to support business decisions.
  • Collaborate with the Director P&C Pacific and Global Centres of Excellence, design and implement P&C processes & projects such as engagement, performance, talent & remuneration review.

About You

You will be a senior P&C leader, with a contemporary approach to employee experience. You will be pragmatic and approachable and have great relationships across the business.

  • 10+ years’ experience in HR partnering.
  • 2+ years’ experience in a similar functional leadership role.
  • Ability to build and retain high performing teams.
  • Strong coaching and development skills both with senior leaders in the organisation and direct reports.
  • Successful experience working with unions.
  • Proven experience delivering projects to the business.
  • Strong relationship/stakeholder management, influencing, negotiation, conflict resolution and communication skills.
  • Experience in multinational organisations an advantage.
  • Experience in a high growth, fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), retail or distribution business is preferable.

You'll get a fantastic package that includes bonus scheme, medical insurance as well as free monthly product allowances to share with family and friends, and participation in our Employee Share Program


If you're ready to be a part of something special and iconic while making a meaningful impact in the Pacific Islands, join us at Coca-Cola Europacific Partners. Apply now and be the driving force behind the region's favourite brands! Apply by emailing: [email protected].


Please note that only successfully shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Health, Safety & Facilities Coordinator (based in Suva) | Vacancy closes Friday 24 November 2023

Responsibilities and duties

  • Implementation of the internal Safety and Facilities compliance audit schedule.
  • Maintenance of the OHS management system.
  • Coordinate OHS statutory and surveillance programs.
  • Provide OHS training, coaching and support to staff and stakeholders including assisting with/ conducting risk assessments.
  • Coordinate hazard & incident reporting and timely closeouts.
  • Coordinate all routine and non-routine building maintenance improvements as necessary including working with staff and external contractors and suppliers.
  • Implementation of the facilities maintenance schedule.
  • Responsible for Groundsman, Handyman and Housekeeping team.


Qualifications and experience

The person should be able to demonstrate excellent skills in the following areas:

  • Diploma/Degree in Health & Safety or in a related discipline is preferred but not essential.
  • 2 - 3 years of experience, ideally in a Health & Safety or buildings/facilities environment.
  • Good understanding of the ISO 45001 standard.
  • Knowledge & Application of Fiji’s Health & Safety at work Act and its ancillary regulations.
  • Sound computer literacy with word processing and spreadsheets.
  • Strong communication skills and Excellent oral, written and interpersonal l skills.
  • Basic knowledge of Project management.
  • Be an effective Team Leader and Team Member.
  • A valid driver’s license will be ideal.


Please note that only successfully shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Human Resources Administrator (based in Suva) | Vacancy closes Monday 20th November 2023

About the Role

Reporting to the People Services Team Leader, this role will sit in the People & Culture team (commonly known as the Human Resources Team).

This role is in a crux an administration support role to the People Services team that is responsible for assisting [and leading in some respects] in carrying out and successfully delivering the key activities or services of the People & Culture team, including but not limited to the areas of:

  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Benefits and Staff Engagement [and possibly Compensation]
  • Data, HRIS and Personal File Management
  • Employee Relations and Compliance including Industrial Relations
  • Training and Development
  • Wellbeing


Key Responsibilities (in a nutshell)

  • Support People Leaders in the Recruitment & Selection process, ensuring the process flow is on time and effective.
  • Coordination, administration and execution of employee benefit programs, including implementation, communication and/or proactively supporting the delivery of P&C related events/ activities.
  • Assist with driving proactive employment relations with an emphasis on positive and preventative HR.
  • Lead data maintenance and payroll support, including proactive maintenance of employee records and files, data cleansing and report generating.
  • Coordinate and deliver wellbeing related activities in accordance with internal plans, driving positive employee engagement and participation.
  • Undertaking any other reasonable task, activity or project not specifically outlined above.


About You

  • Trustworthy and honest.
  • Professional diploma or degree and/or equivalent experience.
  • Effective communicator with excellent oral, written and listening skills.
  • High level of computer and/or technology literacy, with at least an in-depth knowledge of the MS Office suite.
  • Basic knowledge of employment laws and practices with at least an understanding of benefits, payroll requirements and minimum labour standards, and other similar entitlements.
  • Strong attention to detail - accuracy with data and recording.
  • Ability to remain calm and think critically whilst under pressure.
  • Problem solver and critical thinker, oriented towards timely and effective service delivery (results driven).


Please note that only successfully shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Industrial Electrician (based in Suva) | Vacancy closes Monday 20th of November 2023

Responsibilities & Duties

  • To be effective team member and contribute towards the achievement of team objectives.
  • Coordinating and organizing of electrical and air conditioning installations
  • Develop and implement an effective preventative maintenance program in consultation with the Engineering Manager for
  • Troubleshooting of all breakdowns for:
    • All Production Machines
    • Electricals Systems
    • Mechanical Systems
    • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
    • Ammonia Refrigeration Systems
    • PLC & SCADA Systems
    • Root Cause Analysis
  • On call beyond working hours to attend to machine breakdowns
  • Effective maintenance and ensure response of the backup generators during electricity black outs.


About you:

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Knowledge and experience of PLC
  • FEA Wireman’s License
  • Class 2 Driver’s License
  • Multi Tasking.
  • Negotiation skills.
  • Building Partnerships & Strategic Working Relationships.
  • Contributing to Team Success.
  • Trade Certificate or Diploma in Electrical
  • At least 5 years experience in manufacturing, production and highly automated industrial environment


Please note that only successfully shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Manager Finance Services (based in Suva) | Vacancy closes Friday 24th November 2023

About the Role

Reporting directly into the Head of Finance Pacific Islands, the Manager Finance Services is responsible for the integrity and authenticity of core Pacific Island financials through ensuring robust controls with adherence to statutory and corporate requirements. In this role, they will inspire a team that provides transactional services across payables, receivables, pricing & rebate management and partners with the business to enable informed decision making for all Pacific Islands operations.


Key Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership to the Credit Team Manager, to ensure robust credit policies, collection activity and Customer Marketing Activity (CMA / Rebate) management to maximise cash availability.
  • Provide leadership to the Payables Team to apply robust payments policies and activity to maximise cash availability.
  • Ensure strong controls & processes across master data management to support the delivery of finance services and wider business processes.
  • Instil a culture of continuous improvement across processes and lead the elimination of any non-value adding activity focused on standardization and simplification.
  • Drive smooth efficient period end closes to ensure accuracy and authenticity of the financials.
  • Collaborate with the other Pacific Islands Finance leaders on change initiatives and improvements to the financial governance, system and process improvements across the transactional services team.
  • In collaboration with the Financial Control team maintain strong external working relationships with banks, as well as professional consultants.
  • Acquire and maintain the skills and knowledge related to competent job performance and actively participate and contribute to the achievement of team goals and a collaborative, high-performance environment.
  • Responsible for continually developing team capability to ensure the Finance Services team is a high- performance team whose capabilities meets business needs. This includes effective recruitment, coaching, mentoring, reviewing performance as well as inspiring the team with open and regular feedback to enable improved performance and value offered to CCEP.


About You

  • University degree in Finance, Accounting or Commerce would be required. Post graduate accounting qualification or CA would be beneficial.
  • Deep knowledge and understanding of Accounting and Finance activities, with a minimum of 5-7 years of senior experience, ideally in an FMCG Environment.
  • Experience in driving operational change and people effectiveness.
  • Working knowledge of accounting policies, standards and tax regulations would be beneficial.
  • Ability to build and retain high performing teams.


Please note that only successfully shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Senior Commercial Analyst - Sales (based in Suva) | Vacancy closes soon

The Role

An exciting permanent opportunity sitting within the Commercial (Sales & Marketing) Team. - The purpose of this role is to deliver ongoing financial, commercial and strategic insights & analytics that improve and support the Sales and Key stakeholders in business decision making. The role will ensure that insights are available on time and are reliable. Additionally, the role will support the day-to-day creation of reports and analysis of CCEP Fiji’s performance against key KPIs and targets. As a SME across Tableau this role will mentor other Business Partners & Analysts in best practices around automation, visual analytics & performance insights.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead and Drive the Reporting & Analytics platform with the development and maintenance of automated reporting enhancements of current and new reports.
  • Drive and support customer and promotional pricing guidelines with Sales Leaders to ensure it is within Budget.
  • Responsible for coordinating and reporting Sales Indirects to support month end process, Full Year reviews and yearly Budget process.
  • Responsible for analyzing and finalizing the Revenue Drivers with Sales team to support monthly financial forecast that drives best outcome for CCEP Fiji Business.
  • Responsible for the Contract Management Process for new business and contract renewals.
  • Assist Channel Managers with information needs when negotiations are being carried out with customers for new contracts or contract renewals.
  • Partner with Master Data Management (MDM) team to ensure data sources are accurate, available, and analyzable as well as create own data sources for reporting.
  • Building, maintaining, and managing advanced analytics solutions via Tableau that provides valuable insights for the business.
  • Responsible for Publishing interactive dashboards on Tableau Server with interactive filters and parameters to meet business requirements and coaching leaders and Finance, Commercial and EQS teams.
  • Identify patterns and meaningful insights from data by analyzing it to formulate management reporting and commentary.
  • Maintain and manage Tableau Workbook rollovers and changes as requested by Business Stakeholders (this is for workbooks other than Commercial)
  • Ensure the workplace (both CCEP Fiji and others) is safe through undertaking appropriate Health, Safety and Environmental practices & undertake correct reporting/recording of accidents, incidents and hazards.
  • Acquire and maintain the skills and knowledge related to competent job performance and actively participate and contribute to the achievement of team goals and a collaborative, high-performance environment.
  • Back-up for Pricing & Rebate Analyst


Career experience and Qualifications

  • Minimum of 5 - 7 years relevant experience in similar commercial role, ideally in an FMCG environment.
  • University degree in Finance & Information System or Commerce related fields is essential.
  • CPA/CA/CIMA equivalent professional qualification is essential.
  • Previous experience in data analysis, visualisation & modelling with ability to summarise high volumes of data, leveraging business analytics tools such as Tableau highly regarded.
  • Understand Finance ERP systems.
  • Ability to drive efficiencies in reporting through automation.
  • Ability to communicate complex business data in a simple way to a broader audience
  • Proven experience in a business partnering role.
  • Ability to work constructively within a team.


Please note that only successfully shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Send your application and support documents to Fiji[email protected] before the closing date for your chosen role.