Mission: Our mission is to help people lead better lives by drinking better.
Whether you're an engineer, mechanic or production tech, your career will thrive at Nestlé Waters in California. Learn more about opportunities at our five factories across the state:
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As the nation’s largest bottled water company, Nestlé Waters North America is behind many of the leading domestic and imported brands sold throughout the United States and Canada. Alongside a varied range of bottled water and tea products, our success relies on our talented team of people. Each and every day, their individual elements combine to help us achieve incredible things together – with the kind of strength, energy and integrity that you’re unlikely to find anywhere else.
The Company Behind the Brands
Our company history starts in 1976, when we introduced Perrier® Sparkling Natural Mineral Water in North America. That brand launched a generation of bottled water drinkers, and as bottled water became the beverage of choice for active, health-minded individuals, we sought to bring together quality regional bottlers to meet that demand.
Today, our bottled water and tea portfolio is more than 11 brands strong, and we continue to lead the industry with the highest standards in quality for purified water – ensuring healthy hydration for generations to come.
At Nestlé Waters North America, we’re a competitive business that also understands the importance of how business is conducted. We hire people who are dedicated to producing high quality products and who share our Aspirations and Beliefs – a set of principles that everyone in our organization follows. We strive to act responsibly in our business and workforce practices, to be good stewards of the environment and to be a good neighbor in the communities where we live and work.
We aspire to be the best company in the beverage industry.
We do this by:
Our beliefs provide a framework for decision-making and guide individual actions on a daily basis. They are at the heart of what we do and who we are.
We believe in:
When you work for Nestlé Waters, you’ll have the support you need to reach your professional goals. Wherever you begin your career with us – whether in Sales, Customer Service, Delivery, Engineering or Marketing – you’ll have access to professional development programs and a clear path to success. Together with your managers and colleagues, you’ll take an active role in mapping out your future and working to achieve milestones along the way.
We believe in and trust our employees to do great things for our customers, the environment, the community and each other. In return for your passion and dedication, we are committed to helping you achieve career success with us by:
Building, refining, and managing people and systems that are consistent with our Aspirations and Beliefs and our strategic directions, including:
Nestlé Waters offers numerous opportunities to veterans of the U.S. military, helping them use their unique training and skills to build a new, successful career. We’ll help you transition to civilian employment while providing a culture that allows you to thrive in the workplace.
Nestlé Waters Values U.S. Veterans
Flexibility for Military Requirements
We know that training obligations and calls to active service are an important priority. You’ll have the support and benefit programs you need to continue fulfilling your military responsibilities, from annual reserve training to answering a call to active duty.
If you’re currently in college or recently graduated and ready to explore what your future holds, Nestlé Waters can offer you possibilities in many career areas, including Sales, Marketing, Engineering, Customer Service and Delivery. Whatever direction you choose to pursue, you'll have the chance to transform your education into an experience that's truly special.
A Healthy Career From the Start
Some graduates are driven by the head. Others by the heart. At Nestlé Waters, you’ll have the chance to grow in both these areas – to develop professionally and personally, intellectually and emotionally.
Whether you join us on our Sales, Marketing, Engineering, Customer Service or Delivery division, you’ll get to the heart of one of our key business areas. You’ll begin to understand the core workings of the world’s healthy hydration company.
You’ll discover that our entry-level positions have some common characteristics. Individual responsibility and autonomy are facts of life here. So while you’ll benefit from best-in-class training, you’ll need the drive to make the most of our formal development and on-the-job training.
Excelling here means sharing our passion for enhancing lives; it means taking ownership of your future and remaining open to the unique learning opportunities that will come your way. We encourage our people to view their career as a journey. There are ongoing opportunities here to step up, broaden your exposure or deepen your skills.
Nestlé Waters Route Sales Delivery Drivers are more than just drivers. For many of our consumers, they are the face of the brand. Beyond delivering each consumer’s pre-ordered items, our drivers form relationships with our consumers and provide suggestions for other popular products. For this reason, we consider our Route Sales team an extension of our customer service.
I have been working at Nestlé Waters North America full-time (More than 10 years)
New NWNA CEO with good business sense and great attitude. He holds Executives accountable and is making positive changes.
Moving toward alignment with other U.S. businesses.
Benefits keep getting better.
Change is hard and there are still some with old company mentality.
Advice to Management
It is critical to have the very best people to be successful. Determine if those in the "old regime" have the right capabilities and attitude to help drive success.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Nestlé Waters North America (New York, NY).
The interview process started with a phone screening with an HR representative, who then passed my info along to the next decision maker in the process. I had a second phone interview with that individual, then was invited to interview in person. I was asked to prepare a 10 min presentation on a process improvement project and to present to a panel of 7 people (1 was the individual from the 2nd phone interview), then I had 3 subsequent, back to back, interviews with the other 6 people, 2 at a time.
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