At Mondelēz International our diverse, truly global environment means you can draw on an incredibly broad spectrum of experiences, and learn from exceptional people in a huge range of professions and functions. You’ll have opportunities to impact global initiatives at the local level, or to work with people in a variety of different functions on a daily basis.
If you’re interested in working at Mondelez International, understanding when they have opened up applications for their graduate programs, graduate jobs and internships is helpful knowledge to have so you know when you might need to apply. Use the below information to see when Mondelez International hires graduates, but more importantly what graduate degree’s and other student attributes they target for their jobs.
With 2018 net revenues of approximately $26 billion, Mondelēz International, Inc. is one of the world’s largest snacking companies. Our purpose is to empower people to snack right. We will lead the future of snacking around the world by offering the right snack, for the right moment, made the right way. That means delivering a broader range of delicious, high-quality snacks that nourish life's moments, made with sustainable ingredients and packaging that consumers can feel good about. Read more about our purpose here.
We are world leaders in snacking with global and local power brands like Cadbury, Oreo, Ritz, BelVita and The Natural Confectionery Company.
Locally, our Australian business employs approximately 2000 people across nine different locations, while in New Zealand we have approximately 100 employees across the country. With a range of functions like Sales, Marketing, Finance, Integrated Supply Chain, Human Resources, Information Technology and Corporate Legal Affairs, we invest in our people to develop cross-functional leadership pipelines.
Our ANZ corporate headquarters is based in Melbourne, while in New Zealand, our head office is in Auckland. We operate four manufacturing plants in Suttontown (South Australia), Ringwood and Scoresby (Victoria) and Claremont (Tasmania). We also have Sales offices in Melbourne, Hobart, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch and a team of approximately 350 Field Sales representatives that sell our products right across Australia and New Zealand.
We believe that we can lead the future of snacking by offering consumers the right snack, for the right moment, made the right way.
Impact for Growth
At Mondelēz International, having a positive impact on people and the planet is at the core of who we are. We call this Impact for Growth – our commitment to generating positive change in the world. Guided by integrity and transparency, we’re focused on making an impact across four key areas:
- Wellbeing Snacks
We want to help people enjoy a balanced lifestyle, with snacks they feel good about eating. To help us drive our wellbeing portfolio, we’re striving to expand our wellbeing brands, contemporize our existing power brands and inspire mindful snacking as part of a balanced lifestyle.
We put safety and integrity at the forefront of everything we do. We continually invest in programs to ensure the safety of our colleagues, consumers and products and all our manufacturing sites have globally recognized food-safety standards.
Our Cocoa Life program improves the livelihoods of cocoa farmers and their communities, helping their crops become more resistant to climate change, while inspiring future generations of cocoa farmers. Our Harmony wheat program promotes biodiversity and sustainable environmental practices across Europe and our palm oil action plan helps ensure the palm oil we source is traceable and doesn’t lead to deforestation. In addition to our supply chain sustainability programs, we’re also reducing our environmental footprint, making our snacks with less energy, water and waste.
Through the Mondelēz International Foundation, we’re investing $50 million globally to help communities where we live and work. The foundation, together with its partners, is transforming the lives of more than 1.5 million children across 18 countries by providing nutrition education, physical activity opportunities and access to fresh fruits and vegetables. In Australia, we partner with Save the Children to deliver Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities – a bespoke program that provides more than 11,500 children in some of Australia’s toughest locations with nutrition education, physical activity opportunities and access to fresh foods. In New Zealand, our focus is on the environment. We partner with Conservation Volunteers New Zealand to protect the newest threatened species in the Waitakere Ranges – the Hochstetter’s Frog. Together with Conservation Volunteers New Zealand, we will help improve predator control processes, run an education campaign and provide support through our corporate volunteering program.
To learn more about what we are doing for people and our planet, click here
Wanting to join the company that makes some of Australia’s most loved products?
We provide a number of fantastic opportunities across a range of disciplines all around Australia – some you can even do while studying!
No longer does working in commercial sales mean door knocking, cold calls, and unachievable targets. Our Sales team at Mondelēz International is not only award winning, but is the revenue driver for our business. With a mindset of putting the consumer at the heart of our business we have roles with a customer, category and strategic focus which enables a wide range of career experiences and clear pathways for progression, ownership and accountability.
Joining us as a casual within our sales team provides a fantastic grounding and understanding of how a multinational FMCG business works. As a casual merchandiser you can expect to work approximately 19 hours per week, visiting customers, building displays as part of our award winning sales team. You will need access to your own car that is fully insured, and we will provide the rest, including on the job training, a uniform, and an ipad as a tool of trade. This is a great role for someone who is studying and looking to get an in depth look at how we work and a natural stepping stone to a career with us.
The role of a territory manager is full time and permanent, so for this role you will need to be finished your study and be able to work 38 hours per week. As a Territory Manager you can expect to own your own territory of stores, have supervision of your own casual merchandiser, and you will be able to influence sales targets across the nation. To be a Territory Manager you will need to hold a valid driver’s license, have full working rights for Australia and be a highly driven and motived individual ready to make a difference. In return we will provide you with on the job and leadership training, a company vehicle, a uniform and an iPad as a tool of trade. This is a great high exposure role for business, commerce or marketing graduates looking to get their foot in the door with a global FMCG!
Junior Sales Executive Program:
Gain exposure to a wide variety of roles within our greater sales function as part of the Junior Sales Executive Program. As part of this specially designed program, you will build capability and expertise through 3 rotations across all areas of our commercial disciplines over the course of 18 – 24 months. Additionally you will be included in over and above personal development sessions, mentoring, and a chance to work on and provide recommendations to our senior leadership team on a real business project / challenge. These roles are full time and permanent so you will need to have completed your studies in either business, commerce, marketing or related subjects.
Integrated Supply Chain:
CS&L / Supply Chain Management.
It all starts at a source and in Australia 90% of what is sold locally is made locally, and it ends up on the shop shelf. In between the start and end destination is one of the most sophisticated, end to end, demand driven integrated supply chains in the FMCG industry and is the critical interface that links the manufacturing and commercial sides of the business.
Joining us within our CS&L function you can expect to work collaboratively with customers both internal and external, to deliver our aim of having the right products, at the right time, in the right quantity, on the right shelves for shoppers who want to treat themselves. You will gain experience across many disciplines including Warehousing Transport & Logistics, Demand, Supply, and Materials Planning, Customer Service & Procurement. These roles are full time and permanent so you will need to have completed your studies in supply chain management, logistics & shipping or general commercial with majors in a related discipline. Additionally you will need full working rights for Australia, and be open to small amounts of travel.
Do you ever wonder how long it takes to make a block of Cadbury Diary milk Chocolate? Taking into account the cocoa tree seedling (including time for a tree to mature), the answer is over six years.
We’ve made manufacturing an exact science, but we’re continually looking to be better at what we do which is why we use Lean manufacturing methodologies, total productive maintenance and high performing work systems with aims to eliminate all losses at our plants by engaging each of our employees to make improvements. These roles are full time, so you will need to have completed your studies in in mechanical, electrical, chemical or robotics engineering. Additionally you will need full working rights of Australia and be open to small amounts of travel as one of our largest chocolate manufacturing plants is based in Hobart Tasmania!
The genius behind technology and the passion behind cost." That’s the motto of Engineering at Mondelēz International.
Our Engineering function not only supports our products and day-to-day processes, Engineering has a critical part to play in some of the massive projects we’re embarking on at Mondelēz International, including new, state-of-the-art manufacturing plants. Because great engineers are the lifeblood of our business, we’re always looking to attract and grow new talent. These roles are full time, so you will need to have completed your studies in mechanical, electrical, chemical or robotics engineering. Additionally you will need full working rights of Australia and be open to small amounts of travel as one of our largest chocolate manufacturing plants is based in Hobart Tasmania!
Finance at Mondelēz International is about more than numbers. It is a cutting-edge, contemporary and forward-looking function that drives value by being a world-class partner to the business. Finance creates and protects value across all our activities. It plays a vital role in assessment and planning to meet our resourcing needs and manages the Profit & Loss of every area of our business, as well as maintaining compliance with financial regulations audit requirements and international tax laws, which vary in complexity. These roles will be of internship and full time nature – see our available roles tab for more currently available opportunities.
Mondelez Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) is committed to building a truly inclusive workplace culture, where differences are sought & valued and diversity (in all its dimensions) is appreciated. Mondelez embraces all employee differences including age, gender, ethnicity, physical appearance, physical or mental disabilities, values, lifestyle, religion, sexual orientation and identity, nationality, education, family responsibilities, military or veteran status and way of thinking.
We are committed to creating and sustaining a workplace where differences are valued and everyone can be themselves. We are all unique in ways you can and cannot see, and we aim to attract, develop and nurture talent wherever it exists. We believe passionately in a culture where everyone is treated with integrity and respect, becaus only through unleashing the power of our people can we lead the future of snacking.
What drives us:
- Innovation and growth – to remain competitive, bring our strategy to life and put our consumers first, innovation is critical. We know that our people will be more innovative, productive and engaged when they can be themselves at work.
- Reflecting our consumers – in order to fully embrace and understand our diverse consumers’ needs, we aim that the diversity of our consumers is reflected in our workforce.
- Our values and leadership commitments – Diversity and inclusion is key to bringing our desired culture and leadership framework to life.
- Employer of choice – Mondelez strives to be an employer of choice to retain, develop and attract the best talent. An inclusive culture, embedded throughout the employee experience, is critical to this.
- Global reach – Mondelez is a global company made up of people from different cultures with diverse ideas, experiences and backgrounds. We need to harness this to work together valuing and respecting our differences and realize productivity and success.
- Doing the right thing – we ensure that our workforce is inclusive and free of any harassment or discrimination.
Our stance on inclusion and respect is supported internally - we are committed to creating and sustaining a workplace where differences are valued and where everyone is treated with integrity and respect. We plan to grow our inclusive and bias free workplace, develop an active and purposeful diversity and inclusion community and close the gap on women in leadership positions. This work will be supported by our newly formed Diversity and Inclusion Council for Australia, New Zealand and Japan.