British American Tobacco Australia

British American Tobacco Australia Reviews

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    Amazing experience with great people

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    Former Employee - Intern in Sydney (Australia)
    Former Employee - Intern in Sydney (Australia)

    I worked at British American Tobacco Australia as an intern (less than an year)


    Great Culture, Great People, Ambitious Company, Innovative, Different.


    Challenging and uncertain future with constant changes to government legislation in regards to selling tobacco.

    Positive Outlook
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British American Tobacco Australia Interviews

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    Graduate Interview

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    Interview Details

    The phone interview was fairly standard with questions such as
    why do you want to work for BAT?, why did you pick this division?
    As well as having standard behavioural questions like describe a time when you took leadership of a group, describe a time when you had to maintain a tight schedule and how did you cope, etc.

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Headquarters WOOLLOOMOOLOO, Australia
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $5 to $10 billion (USD) per year

British American Tobacco Australasia (BATA) wants its customers in Australia and surrounding regions to smoke 'em if they've got 'em -- and buy some more if they've run out. In Australia, BAT is the market leader with nearly 45% of market share. The company has made the eradication of illegal tobacco as one of its highest priorities. In 2005 BATA ceased production of cigarettes with brand descriptions such as "light" and "mild" in relation to the safety level of the emitted smoke. At around the same time, the company also came out against so-called fire-safe cigarettes... More

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