FAQs for Job Seekers

Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Santa Fe hires qualified candidates to work.

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Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Santa Fe hires qualified candidates to work in a variety of positions.  The FAQs below address requirements associated with particular job functions:

 

 

  • Merchandisers:  Must have a valid NM driver’s license, a clean driving record, a clear background check, a vehicle to get to the accounts, and insurance on that vehicle.  They must pass a physical and drug screen.  A high school education is required.

  • Drivers:  Must have a valid NM Class “A” drivers license, a clean driving record, and a clear background check.  They must pass an in-house driving test and a physical and drug screen.  A high school education is required.

  • Office:  All office positions require computer literacy in various applications.  Excel spreadsheet knowledge is useful.  All office positions vary for qualifications and will be posted as open with qualifications needed.  They must pass a physical and drug screen.  A high school education is required.

  • Service:  Must have a valid NM drivers license, a clean driving record, and a clear background check.  They must pass a physical and drug screen.  A high school education is required.

  • Warehouse:  Night loaders must pass a background check, a physical and drug screen, and a high school education is required.

  • Receivers:  Day receivers must pass a background check, a physical and drug screen, and a high school education is required. Forklift experience is helpful.

All candidates for employment must have properly documented US citizenship or US government-issued work permits that comply with the I-9 process.

J.A. Hart founder of Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Santa Fe
History of Coca-Cola in New Mexico
Coca-Cola Santa Fe in 1925
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1933 Santa Fe Coca Cola delivery truck
Employees of Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Santa Fe
Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Santa Fe Employees 1933
Coca-Cola delivery trucks in northern New Mexico
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Coca Cola bottling and distribution in Santa Fe 1950