The Brewer I is responsible for many aspects of the brewing process
including raw material handling; old-school manual wort
production; new-school automated wort production;
cellar operations including filtration, clarification, clean in place (CIP),
COP, general cleaning, sanitation, forklift operation; various quality
assurance methods, various research and development analytics; and beer
evaluation. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable in technical recipe
design and development, and proficient in brew house, cold block, yeast, and
filtration management. The person in this role will have a can-do attitude
and a hands-on approach to assist in implementing all aspects of the brewing
process This role will work closely with our brewing and production teams to
ensure that we're brewing quality craft beers.
We are hiring for a Saturday-Tuesday weekend schedule (10 hours
Uinta Brewing Company embarked upon its mission of brewing world class,
full-flavored, craft-brewed beer in 1993. Uinta is named after the only
major east-west running mountain range located in the continental U.S. Since
1993, Uinta Brewing has created world class, full-flavored, craft-brewed beer
ranging from 4.0% to over 13% alcohol by volume. The Uinta team
comprised of outdoor and beer enthusiasts, value passion, encourage
excellence, and work hard to sustain our environment.
Implement and maintain all parts of the brewing process to complete all
aspects of yeast pitching, fermentation temperatures, clarity,
microbiological stabilization, and bottle conditioning. This process
flow includes maintaining sensory, flow rates and volumes, process times and
temperatures, pH levels, density measures, and other parameter settings. Add
raw materials per recipe (malt, hops, yeast etc.).
Monitor raw materials inventory levels.
Work directly with senior production and brewery staff to improve on
efficiencies and ensure the quality and craftsmanship of our beers.
Communicate effectively with brewing and production teams regarding the
status of the process flow and consistency.
Conduct and ensure daily cleaning of all work areas within brewing (5S) -
clean vessels, pipes, valves, heat exchangers, flow meters, and sensors to
ensure a sanitary and non-contaminated process.
Follow and grow Uintas Safety First program - adhere to OSHA and NBB safety
regulations and practices to ensure a safe and productive work
environment. Handle in a safe manner all chemicals used in brewing.
Perform routine preventative maintenance and troubleshooting maintenance on
process manufacturing equipment when scheduled or needed.
Engage in quality assurance activities to ensure products meet quality
assurance specifications and standards.
Engage in research and development activities to continually improve upon
quality of product and process.
Support new ideas for process improvement and help implement them.
Be an ambassador for our beers.
PRODUCTIVITY Manages a high workload and a variety of responsibilities,
prioritizes tasks, develops good work procedures, manages time and
efficiency, handles information flow.
TEAMWORK Meets all team deadlines and responsibilities, listens to others
and values opinions, helps team leader to meet goals, welcomes newcomers and
promotes a team atmosphere.
RESULTS FOCUS Targets and achieves results, sets challenging goals,
prioritizes tasks, overcomes obstacles, accepts accountability, sets team
standards and responsibilities. Ensures accuracy & completion of work,
focuses on desired result.
QUALITY Is attentive to detail and accuracy, is committed to excellence,
looks for improvements continuously, monitors quality levels, finds root
cause of quality problems, acts on quality problems.
DEPENDABILITY Meets commitments, works independently, accepts
accountability, handles change, sets personal standards, stays focused under
pressure, meets attendance/punctuality requirements.
Candidates must be 21 years of age or older.
Background in wort production, cellar operations,
general brewery work, all grain homebrewing,
general production work, food processing, and/or science coursework is
University degree in Chemistry, Brewing, Distilling, or another relevant
field is preferred.
Basic knowledge or aptitude to learn brewing science.
Basic knowledge and aptitude in the areas of math, physics, chemistry,
Mechanical aptitude/skills/knowledge a must - Solid working knowledge of
equipment with multiple logic functions and capabilities requiring
Ability to read and understand a variety of scientific instruments and
Understanding of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Food Safety standards
Must be flexible in scheduling. Candidates may be scheduled for day,
evening, night, or weekend brewhouse or cellar
Demonstrate a strong work ethic.
Excellent communication skills.
Ability to multi-task while being quality- and detail-focused.
Adaptable to changing priorities, and ability to work well under pressure.
Ability to work both independently and in small work teams.
Exercise initiative and judgment as well as make decisions with the scope of
Interpret and understand policies and relate them to others.
Read, analyze, and interpret periodicals, journals, technical procedures
and/or government regulations as needed.
Ability to crouch, bend, twist and stand for extended periods of time in a
warehouse environment. Lift 55# several times/day, climb stairs several
times/day, stoop into close quarters, grip and manipulate Tri-clamps several
Is driven to meet Uinta Brewing Companys purpose to responsibly craft
exceptional beers that are relevant to todays and tomorrows consumer.
Acknowledge that each Uinta team member is important and a positive
contributor to our success.
Adhere to Uintas core value that its never wrong to do the right thing.
Bring passion and excellence to everything we do.
Innovate, pursue knowledge, and stretch to grow.
Actively work to sustain our environment and encourage others to do the same.
Support a continuation of making Uinta Brewing Company a great workplace.
Physical working conditions are required with this position. Working in,
on and around vessels and pipes under pressure containing air, CO2, water,
beer, chemicals, steam, and hazardous chemicals is common place. The work
areas are mechanical in nature, require permits for confined spaces, fall
protection devices for elevated work stations, and require a significant
amount of walking and working on wet slippery surfaces. Process temperatures
vary from 2 C to 100 C which cause varying ambient temperature conditions.
Brewer could encountered some level of dust from the
handling of malt raw materials to handling of diatomaceous earth on a regular
basis. Moderate physical activity is required by handling objects up to 100
pounds occasionally and/or up to 50 pounds frequently.