30th August 2021
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closes 17th September 2021.
We reserve the right to close the application window early.
As a production Brewer in our team you are responsible for working with all aspects of the beer production process and managing the day-to-day operations of the brewery. The role requires a high work ethic and attention to detail to ensure quality of the brewing production process from start to finish.
Roles and responsibilities
Your roles and responsibilities as a Brewer are varied and include:
You will spend most of your time on the production floor at the brewery on Ekerö. You may spend some time in offices and in public spaces promoting the brewery and brands. You will work in a dynamic fast-paced environment where plans may change on the fly to meet current conditions. Your working hours may vary from normal office hours depending on the brewery’s schedule and production volume. You may be required to work in shifts (early start or late finish) and may have to travel to promote the brewery and work unusual hours. The production floor can be a noisy, smelly, hot and humid environment. It can also be a dangerous environment with heavy machinery, hot liquids and forklifts moving heavy loads. You may be asked to be on call to monitor production over the weekend or fix problems that may occur at any time.
Education and work experience
As a production Brewer you will have a relevant brewer qualification and at least 1 year experience in all aspects of brewing at a commercial brewery. As a substitute for a brewer qualification, you will have a proven track record of work experience showing you can perform your roles and responsibilities as a Brewer.
You should have experience of working in teams, have strong problem solving skills, practical hands-on skills and in-depth knowledge of beer science. You should have experience in brewery software and keeping records for quality control.
Finally, you should be an all around good person, be a passionate advocate for craft beer and promote a respectful, open and all-inclusive culture in the industry.
Cheers to that!