We are always looking for energetic and dedicated people.
At British American Tobacco South Africa, you’ll work with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds, who bring new ideas and experiences to the workplace every day. Colleagues and leaders who know that from difference comes strength; who inspire you to think in new ways; who value discussion because we know it helps us grow and shape our business for the future.
We create opportunities for individuality to shine, empowering people to do better than their best. When we combine our unique individual talents, we can do amazing things.
We’ve created a company where you’ll always feel appreciated for the difference you bring. And that’s why we continue to be the innovative, resilient and globally successful organisation that you see today.
We're always looking for highly talented, energetic and dedicated people who can make a real contribution to our continuing success. Whatever stage you are at in your career, our company represents an outstanding opportunity for you to accelerate your development.
You're different - so what do you want to achieve?
We think the person who knows your aspirations and ambitions best is you. We can and we will help, but when it comes to making career decisions around here, you’re in charge.
We will challenge you, give you responsibility and sometimes expect you to succeed in some very tough situations. What we won’t do is bore you or waste your talent.
Leading the Industry
Our goals are not only to continue creating long term, sustainable shareholder value, but to be recognised as the most responsible tobacco company. You learn more about our vision and strategy in Where we are going.
What guides us?
If culture is important, so are sound and fair employment practices, especially for a business working in a challenging environment. Our people are our business and we take our responsibilities to them seriously. Our commitment to good employment practices and workplace-related human rights is set out in Our employment beliefs and principles.
As well as attractive rewards, training and career development opportunities, we know how important the culture of an organisation is to its people.