Posts Tagged “MillerCoors”
Trade Quality Manager – MillerCoors, Ft. Worth, TX
“With great power comes great responsibility.” That “Spider-Man” quote could easily apply to MillerCoors’ position of Trade Quality Manager:
MillerCoors wants a result-oriented problem solver with at least 10 years of brewing experience to raise awareness about the brewing process. Duties include coordinating retail visits to the brewery, establishing contact with distributors and providing regular feedback. Paid relocation is a possibility.
Participants – UTHSC-Neuro Research Lab, San Antonio, TX
Some beer jobs aren’t as taxing. If you want to participate in UTHSC-Neuro’s paid study, all you have to be is a man or woman age 21-45 who drinks beer, wine or mixed drinks.
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Forget beer capitals like St. Louis and Milwaukee. The next beer frontier is…Alaska.
Area Sales Manager – MillerCoors, Anchorage, AK
MillerCoors is looking for an enterprising beer professional to manage their tactical marketing budget in Alaska’s largest city. Candidates should have prior sales experience in a 3-tier system with a proven track record.
Albany, Georgia might be humid in June, but the beer still flows cool and MillerCoors is hiring at their brewery:
Manager Operations – Brewing – MillerCoors, Albany, GA
MillerCoors may have 288 years of brewing experience, but they still need somebody to direct the Brewing Department at their Albany brewery. Apply if you have at least 5 years in the brewing industry. It helps your cause to have a degree in Brewing Technology, Biology, Microbiology, Food Science or Engingeering.
Quality Service Engineer – MillerCoors, Albany, GA
MillerCoors is looking for a microbiologist to support their Albany brewery. You’d better have strong data interpretation skills and the ability to troubeshoot. A college degree in microbiology and 4-5 years in manufacturing or food/beverage processing is required.
Hello beer job hunters. Thanksgiving is past us now, and December is generally a slow month for finding a new job. That’s because it’s one of the busiest times of the year for people in the beer industry. But that doesn’t mean you should wait til January to start your job search, there are still tons of great leads out there that can lead you to an exciting career in beer.
Here is a quick breakdown of beer jobs coming from our Distribution Jobs page, our Brewery Jobs page, and our general Beer Jobs directory:
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