Technology

Coles technology team member
The backbone of Coles
Our Technology team is the backbone of the Coles business, building and maintaining the information technology infrastructure that support Coles Group. As a part of the Technology team, you get the opportunity to work through complex, challenging, meaningful problems using large data sets and new technologies to expand your skills and experience. We're looking for tech innovators with fresh and exciting ideas on how we can best improve our customers experience.  Join us and get a chance to see the meaningful impact of your work on thousands of team members and millions of customers. 

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“At Coles, I have access to great mentors, both male and female, and have a great team surrounding me, this gives me the confidence and ability to balance my work and family life.”
Hayley Corcoran - Portfolio Manager
Saurav Sachdev
"At Coles;  One of our values is ‘Customer Obsession’, and it’s clear that data is becoming a great enabler in helping us to better understand and act upon the diverse needs of our customer base."
Saurav Sachdev - Head of Data, Engineering & Operations
Melissa Robertshaw
"I have been very fortunate, alongside many of my colleagues from the Coles Technology team to have had the opportunity to change our thinking and ways of working around flexible working."
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