About Us

We love great craft beer. We want everyone to be as passionate about it as we are – and our central team are vital in this mission. Every single person in our team can shape our future for the better, whether that’s for our people, planet or our incredible beer. Because we expect great things from you, we give great things back. 

HOP STOCK | We believe in sharing our success with our crew and have a unique Hopstock benefit for our salaried team. We will award approximately $30,000 in shares per year – worth around $120,000 per person based on our current valuation at the end of the period. That means you share in our success, and if we grow strongly, your stake could be worth even more. We win together.

UNICORN FUND | Via our ground-breaking Unicorn Fund, we give away 10% of our profits, to our amazing crew members, every single year. We wouldn’t be able to do it without you so it’s only right we share the success together.

Retirement (401k): BrewDog wants to make sure you, your family, and pups are covered long-term. Safe Harbor Matching Contributions: BrewDog matches 100% of your elected deferral, up to 6% of your compensation.

4 WEEK SABBATICAL| After every 5 years here you will receive an additional 4 weeks off to spend it doing whatever you want.

STAFF DISCOUNT | 25% off in bars, 30% off online and 50% off BrewDog Merch to fill up your fridge and your wardrobe* (*don’t put your hoody in the fridge though)

BEER TRAINING | We love beer and we want you to love beer too, so we’ll support you through the internationally- recognized  Cicerone qualifications, so you can love it almost as much as we do. We’ll also pay you more per hour for each level you pass.

AND A LOT MORE | Okay, deep breath… Full time employees will receive enhanced sick pay, healthcare, life assurance, high street retail discounts, employee assistance programs, enhanced family friendly policies around maternity and paternity leave, additional holiday days per year, pawternity leave, DE+I and crew forum groups and a “shifty” crew beer/beer allowance.

We’re also the world’s first carbon negative beer business. We’re focused on making sure that we, and future generations, have a planet to brew great beer on. Our industry leading techniques help us create and deliver unique beer whilst doing our bit (and others’) for the environment.

About The Role

Job Purpose

Responsible for safely performing ad hoc and preventative maintenance on production equipment for a 200hl brewery. Help to guide and execute continuous improvement projects as needed.

Main Duties and Responsibilities              

  • Ensure health and safety standards are met both personally and amongst all members of the team.
  • Ability to work on and service a variety of industrial equipment types, including but not limited to: centrifugal and positive displacement pumps, control and double seated valves, gear boxes and plate and frame heat exchangers
  • Maintain and troubleshoot major plant utility systems, including boilers, glycol chillers and RO systems
  • Proactively and creatively troubleshoot maintenance issues
  • Willingness to contact vendors and outside contractors to identify needed parts and gain the knowledge and insight necessary to appropriately maintain and repair equipment
  • Communicate effectively with production and maintenance teams to prioritize tasks and safely and effectively execute job responsibilities
  • Participate in identifying, acquiring, and monitoring consumables and spare parts
  • Self-starter, able to perform responsibilities with minimal supervision
  • Maintain and improve organization within the maintenance department
  • Manage breakdown situations efficiently by minimizing production downtime while also rectifying the root cause of the problems
  • Occasional work at heights, confined spaces, and around chemicals and steam. Ability to squat, kneel, stoop and lift up to 65 pounds
  • This is not an exhaustive list of responsibilities – this position will be asked to perform other relevant and reasonable tasks that may fall out of the explicit points outlined above

About You

Key Skills

  • 2+ years spent working in an FMCG maintenance role


  • Basic computer and mathematical skills
  • Complete understanding of lock-out/tag-out, PPE, and safe industrial working practices
  • Ability to multitask and complete long term projects while supporting daily production needs
  • Familiarity of shop operations: use of hand tools, power tools, and machine tools safely & proficiently
  • Mechanically inclined and able to disassemble/troubleshoot many different types of machine components


    Desirable Skills/Experience

  • Experience working in fast paced food and beverage manufacturing facility
  • Ability to troubleshoot basic electrical problems and work safely around electrical supplies and components
  • Experience with sanitary TIG welding of stainless-steel components is highly desirable

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