How To Apply For Jobs At SAB

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Although there has been plenty of evidence to suggest the job market in South Africa is stretched thin. Large companies such as South African Breweries (SAB) are still availing vacancies and here is how you can apply. 


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South African Breweries (SAB) is one of the largest alcoholic beverage companies in the country, which also makes it an ideal place to kick-start your professional career in the industry. Here’s how you can submit your job application.

The first step is to visit the company’s website on https://www.sab.co.za/ 
You will be required to confirm that you are an adult (18) by typing in your date of birth. After this click on the “careers’ tab, then click on ‘Available Roles’.

This will take you to a page that shows you the step by step application process that you will undergo upon submitting your application. The steps are as follows:

Step 1: Online application process
Step 2: Culture Fit Assessment
Step 3: Our Talent Attraction Team will Engage with you
Step 4: Individual Interview
Step 5: Background checks and references

Click on the ‘APPLY NOW' tab. This is known as the opportunities page where you will come across all currently available vacancies across all job categories.

Choose a job post by clicking on it and you will then get four options to submit your application, namely “Autofill with Resume” “Apply Manually” both of which require you to upload your CV and build your profile on their website.

Click “Use My Last Application” or “Apply with LinkedIn” which requires you to sign in with LinkedIn.


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