Technical Brewer

Manages the overall technical brewing processes for integrity and capability. Ensures high quality products are produced cost effectively through maximizing operational efficiencies while monitoring and evaluating SPQSCR to continuously improve performance. Ensures BP1 adherence. Is responsible for product taste profile for brewery under the MillerCoors Taste System (MCTS).
Supports productivity, waste reduction, process utilization and technical development of brewing personnel. Is the communications liaison between Brewery VP, Brewing Manager and corporate brewing and quality.
Drives technology and process advances. Supports equipment upgrades and replacement. Support NPP process for product development. Facilitates local knowledge transfer.
Responsible for the safety and quality of our products by adhering to all rules, regulations, policies, programs and related MillerCoors SQF guidelines.Education Level and/or Experience:
BS or BA Degree preferably in Brewing Technology, Biology, Microbiology, Food Science.
Certification in Brewing Science (eg. Siebels, UC-Davis, ) and Masters of Science in Brewing and Distillation a plus
5 Years experience in the Brewing Industry
Skills and/or Knowledge:
Must be proficient in:
o technical aspects of the brewing operation and its' associated equipment.
o production scheduling techniques, maintenance techniques and processes, workforce planning and their inter-relationships.
o basic maintenance concepts for installed equipment including maintenance routines and practices.
Must have knowledge of accepted brewing practices and procedures.
Working knowledge of other department operational practices
Must be able to analyze production reports and quality data to recognize adverse trends and be familiar with quality education requirements
Must be conversant with the concepts of manufacturing such as JIT, TPM, TQA, ISO 9000, Six Sigma, Empowered Work Groups, etc. and be able to establish and implement plans for changing workplace strategies adopted by the company in pursuit of its business needs.
Must have a working knowledge of OSHA regulations, EEO practices/policies, GMP, HACCP, DOT regulations, TTB regulations, brewery safety regulations, FDA guidelines for food plant operations, and environmental regulations regarding manufacturing brewery operations and a good understanding of corporate support and resources.

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