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Reports to: Production Manager
Who We Are and What We Do
Fullsteam’s mission: to craft distinctly Southern beer that celebrates the farm and food traditions of the American South. We express our love for community and the land through the Southern Beer Economy. Through the act of commerce we foster community and agricultural pride, create wealth, and encourage entrepreneurship within the post-tobacco South.
And though our mission is lofty, we aim to keep it all fun. At the end of the day it's beer: the beverage of celebration, backyard gatherings, good food, and good people.
Fullsteam’s Core Values:
Think like an Optimist.
Seek Truth and Beauty.
Speak with Quiet Confidence.
Listen with Empathy.
Be Present, Productive, and Fun.
These values aren’t just talking points: they permeate and inform our culture, our hiring, and our decision-making.
Who We’re Looking to Hire
If you’re looking for a role that gets to see all sides of the packaging and production process, this is it. As a Packaging team member, you’ll be responsible for working in the day-to-day operations of production and distribution to ensure Fullsteam hits our distribution goals, while simultaneously adhering to our procedures and processes. The ideal candidate is a mechanically-apt, intrinsically motivated individual, curious about the brewing industry and anxious to continue learning all they can.
The person holding this position works with both Fullsteam’s Packaging Manager and our Director of Beverage Operations to ensure our product meets market demand and scheduling timetables.
• Aid with the creation, processing, and record-keeping of packaged goods in Ekos.
• Check carbonation volumes on tanks .
• Inspect products coming off the canning line for defects and damages, ensuring consistency.
• Label all kegs and cans with proper labels and dates.
• Record packaged beer in Ekos.
• Assist with 3rd-party distributor and self-distribution orders.
• Fill/wash/jump kegs.
• Clean/sanitize brewery hoses and parts.
• Clean and sanitize brite tanks.
• Ensure that all production areas, inside and outside the brewery, are clean and safe.
• Learn about, research, and engage in the maintenance of all brewing and packaging equipment.
• Constantly be aware of areas in need of assistance within production operations and maintain a steady willingness to help and cross-train as needed. Such tasks could include:
• Draining yeast during fermentation and conditioning.
• Facilitating the filtration and transfer of beer to brite beer tanks.
• Cleaning and sanitizing fermenters.
• Availability for being scheduled on all shifts : Early (6-3) and Late (10-7). Shifts will range from 8 to 10 hours at a time. You will be standing for a predominant portion of the shift.
• At least 21 years old .
• The ability to lift and move 55 lbs independently, and 165 lbs with assistance.
• Ability to work in temperatures ranging from 30”- 110” F.
• Ability to (once taught) operate forklift, hand truck, pallet jack, and other warehouse equipment.
• Previous manufacturing experience is favorable but not required. If you’ve worked in a brewery before all the better! But, again, not required.
• Previous experience with a Wild Goose canning line is also a huge plus, though not required.
• Attention to detail. It’s a safety requirement, a teamwork requirement, and a quality control requirement.
• Excellent communication, organization, and interpersonal skills.
• Desire to continually learn about and make great Southern beer.
• Constant display of a willingness to learn duties as they arise in correlation to growth and expansion.
• An intrinsic interest and curiosity about the brewing process, a desire to continue to grow and advance within brewing operations.
• An understanding the things can change quickly. The most important attribute for this position is flexibility, followed closely by quick learning.
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