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MillerCoors is built upon a foundation of
more than 288 years of brewing heritage. It is a legacy driven by our
founders to brew the highest quality beers, and a commitment that continues
today. Our vision is to create America's best beer company by driving
profitable growth. And we insist on building our brands the right way
through quality brewing, responsible marketing, and a commitment to
sustainable development and community investments. We're building a true
team of highly talented people. People who are passionate about the beer
business, who love to win and have a desire to learn, and who always aim to
amaze customers by doing the little things that make a big difference.
Posting Job Description
Performs a variety of basic microbiological or chemical
and physical analyses on products, raw materials, in-process materials per MillerCoors quality system requirements. Interprets,
evaluates, and reports the analyses in terms of accuracy and precision.
Monitors and verifies quality in accordance with statistical process
control, and conducts certification and training of employee's
based on test methods and procedures. Applies method, instrument and data
systems expertise to resolve problems. Links analytical or
microbiological results with a basic understanding of brewing and
packaging. Performs high level instrumental analyses such as HPLC,
GC, and AA. Collaborates with the operational business units and
quality specialists in each process area by:
- Supporting adherence to
quality system standards and requirements.
- Partnering to enable and
drive continuous and focused improvement to reduce variability in each
- Interpreting, analyzing,
validating and reporting quality data clearly and consistently and is
responsible for adhering to all rules, regulations, policies, programs
and related MillerCoors Quality Management
System, e.g., SQF, HACCP and GMP, etc to
ensure safety and quality of MillerCoors
Education level and/or experience
- Bachelor’s degree in a
science related field of study or 5 years of micro laboratory/brewing
experience. (Preferred degrees in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Cereal
Science, Microbiology, Food Science, Agronomy, Chemical
- Entry level to two (2) years'
experience in quality related processes.
- Experience in microbiology or
analytical laboratory required.
Skills and/or knowledge
- Knowledge of the principles
and techniques of microbiology and chemistry.
- Basic knowledge of laboratory
equipment, instrument maintenance, calibration and troubleshooting.
- Knowledge of basic
statistical methods and computer skills.
- Familiarity and basic
understanding of the brewing process a plus.
- Familiarity with quality
systems a plus.
- Strong interpersonal,
communication and teamwork skills.
- Strong organizational, time
management and planning skills.
- Experience with problem
- Familiarity with concept of
- Must exhibit the flexibility
needed to respond to frequent changes in production requirements.
- Must exhibit the ability to
collect samples from a variety of environmental conditions in the
- Ability and willingness to
work a rotating shift operation, weekends and holidays as necessary to
support production requirements.