West Yorkshire ref: 1586
Timothy Taylor, based in Keighley, West Yorkshire, is one of the UK’s most respected family brewers. Producing high quality and nationally renowned ales, the Company also has a modest pub estate of one outlet it manages itself and eighteen others managed by business partners, as well as a wholly owned distribution operation. They are now looking to recruit an Assistant Brewer to join a highly motivated and quality driven team, brewing and packaging cask beers of unsurpassed character and flavour.
Role purpose and responsibilities:
• As Assistant Brewer you will be part of a highly motivated and quality driven team, brewing and packaging cask beers of unsurpassed character and flavour.
• This is a hands-on managerial support role, covering our existing brewing and packaging shift patterns.
• You will play a key part in all our operations including brewing, cask filling, quality assurance, quality control, waste-water management and Health and Safety protocols.
• Responsibilities will include line management, reporting of production metrics and promoting our ethos of continual improvement.
Skills & Competencies
• You should have at least two years’ experience working in a beer production/ packaging role.
• Experience of working to production deadlines, while maintaining the highest quality standards.
• Experience of record keeping and reporting to senior management
• Ability to coach and motivate members of the Production Team
• Graduate in Brewing and Distilling from Heriot- Watt University, or equivalent.
• Be able to demonstrate a love and passion for brewing quality traditional ales.
• Have a desire to innovate and believe in our continual improvement ethos.
• Have effective written and verbal communication skills.
Applications from candidates already eligible to work in the UK only please.
For more information, please contact Julie Carling at The Carling Partnership,
Tel +44 (0)1483893100.
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