London, UK ref: 1605
Our client, a global company with some of the best brewers in the world, quality ingredients, and a culture based on innovation and collaboration, is looking to recruit a Project Brewer on a 12 month contract, to work with the Brewing Manager and Marketing department to develop new products for launch within the UK.
They will use their knowledge and expertise to lead these projects working mainly in the pilot brewery and then when appropriate, with the main brewing areas on full scale production trials. They will also work with the brewing and packaging departments to identify areas for improvement and efficiencies and then implement solutions.
The Project Brewer is responsible for the following key outputs and accountabilities
Key outputs and accountabilities
• Safe operation of the Pilot brewery, all aspects of the brewing process from milling to packaging
• Develop recipes for new and novel products
• Agree brew plan and pilot brewery outputs with the brewing manager and marketing department.
• Conduct trial brews in an ordered and methodical way, recording all relevant brewing data and using to move the projects forward
• Work with the brewing team on shared resources so that no conflicts occur
• When appropriate, work with the brewing team to scale up products for production on the main site equipment
• Work with the engineering department to rectify plant breakdown issues
• Work with the QA department to ensure the correct testing is done at the correct time and that results are recorded in the appropriate manner
• Work site wide to identify improvements and opportunities. Then work with the departments to implement plans to achieve these
• Maintain up to date process control documentation, update SOPs and EHS paperwork
• Previous experience for working in a brewery
• Diploma in brewing or Brewing degree
• Experience for developing new products or working on projects
• Worked on small scale brewing equipment
• Understanding of ISO and HACCP requirements
Key attributes of the successful person
• Up to date brewing knowledge, being aware of latest technology, methods and current trends
• Be able to create their own work schedule and work on their own, unsupervised, to deliver this
• Good communication skills
• Demonstrable analytical, practical, problem solving and planning skills
• Safety and quality focused
• Be able to make decisions
Applications from candidates already eligible to work in the UK only please.
For more information, please contact Laurence Rougeaux at The Carling Partnership Ltd,
firstname.lastname@example.org, tel +44 (0)1483 893100.
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