PepsiCo to conduct nationwide hiring fairs across Canada

More than 800 seasonal jobs up for grabs with food and beverage giant

PepsiCo to conduct nationwide hiring fairs across Canada

Food and beverage giant PepsiCo is gearing up to fill numerous positions across Canada, with more than 800 seasonal jobs up for grabs.

The company is set to host hiring fairs throughout the month.

“Always dreamed about working with your favourite food and beverage brands? PepsiCo Beverages Canada and PepsiCo Foods Canada are hiring motivated team players to make, move, and sell products from your favourite brands such as Pepsi-Cola, Bubly Sparkling Water, Gatorade, Lay’s, Doritos, Cheetos, and Ruffles,” says the company.

There are full-time positions available as well as opportunities for students or those looking for a seasonal job, with the possibility of earning as much as $15,000 during the summer season. These include the following:

  • Warehouse workers (technicians and packers)
  • Account merchandisers
  • Route sales representatives
  • AZ delivery drivers
  • General production workers

Prospective candidates are required to apply online in advance of the hiring fair. Successful applicants will receive notification regarding the location and schedule for on-site interviews, with the possibility of securing job offers on the spot. PepsiCo emphasizes that hiring decisions will prioritize attitude, with successful candidates undergoing training to acquire specific skills.

The National Hiring Day for PepsiCo Foods Canada is scheduled for Thursday, February 15; for PepsiCo Beverages Canada, the hiring event will take place on Saturday, February 24.

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