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Distiller: Blackwater Distillery Blackwater Distillery has already made a name for itself as a producer of innovate and award-winning gins. Now we are moving to a new home and starting the production of Irish Whisky and that’s where you come in. The role Blackwater Distillery is seeking a suitably qualified distiller as we expand into the production of Irish whisky. Our new micro-distillery is due to open in September so the post is available with immediate effect. Working with our Creative Director Peter Mulryan, this position is focused solely on the production of Irish whiskey both malt and Irish Pot Still. We are not just looking to produce one or two types of spirit, but rather a whole range of pot still products. We therefore need someone with a huge amount of enthusiasm and energy, but with a real grasp of the brewing process as we will use a lot lesser-used grains. The position is based in Ballyduff, West Waterford (near Lismore); so it’s off the beaten path. It is critical that applicants have all appropriate qualifications and is fully expert in all aspects of the brewing and distilling process, stock control, quality assurance and health and safety issues. Job Description Distiller Blackwater Distillery This is a senior position and involves a wide-range of responsibilities including brewing, distilling, holiday cover for gin production, quality control, product testing and sourcing raw materials. They will also be required to interact with trade, press, and members of the public both in the facility and at trade shows. Responsibilities of the Distiller · Manage day-to-day operations of whisky production Scheduling and production including including help with the sourcing of raw materials, malting, fermentation, and distillation. · Designing a comprehensive sampling and recording programme They must create a program which samples and records the quality of the product produced and ensures the quality standard is maintained at all times · Maintain process logs Each phase of the distillation process must be logged and detailed records should be kept to ensure Revenue compliance and that the product meets quality guidelines laid out in the associated GIs · Brand promotion As requested by management, the Distiller will engage with customers/tour participants, the media, other distilleries and wholesalers to promote the distillery and its products. · Maintain hygiene and safety standards The Distiller must ensure care is taken throughout the distillation process to maintain the highest levels of hygiene and safety. · Education The Distiller will have the appropriate academic qualification in brewing and distilling. Key Skills Some of the key skills which they will use on a regular basis include: · Advanced knowledge of all process involved with brewing and distillation · Well-developed sensory skills for tasting and evaluating spirits · Strong scientific knowledge · Dynamic, energetic and solution orientated · Managerial skills · Excellent communication skills and public speaking skills · Must be very methodical, logical and detail orientated · Quality control skills · Strong computer and mathematical skills Working environment · Lifting 25kg, carrying, pushing, pulling & climbing, bend, kneel, reach and fine manipulation · Processing / loud noise · Fluctuating temperatures · Fast paced, meticulous work on a daily basis · Deadline pressures during day to day operations Contract: Full Time, one-year contract (3 month probation) Salary: Competitive Salary Location: Ballyduff, West Waterford, Ireland Closing Date: 31st July 2018 17:00 hrs To apply for this position please send your cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org No post thanks.
Assistant Distiller Rare and Exciting career opportunity based in the Land of Hearts Desire County Sligo Ireland. Key role at the First Distillery to open in Sligo for over 200 Years. Distiller required for New Craft Distillery in the West of Ireland. Role Assist with the research, planning and distilling of all Spirits at the Distillery. Responsible for and influence over Style, Quality, Efficiency and Volume of alcohol production. This will include set-up, monitoring, on-going maintenance, production and quality control of all distillery operations from mashing, fermentation, distillation and maturing of products in oak barrels as well as blending and preparing of the whiskey for bottling. Adherence to very high safety and quality standards will need to be maintained. The role requires a high degree of understanding of the engineering, chemistry and science of alcohol distillation, both the practical and theoretical elements and aspects, together with a passion for the art of distillation. The ideal candidate will have: Appropriate tertiary qualifications related to alcohol distillation Experience working with fermentation, mashing, column distillation of potable alcohol at a high level Outstanding communication skills (written and verbal) and listening skills Demonstrated skills and experience in working as a key member of a small team The willingness and ability to work closely with sales staff and forge lasting relationships with customers An attractive relocation package will be negotiated to secure an outstanding candidate. Confidential enquiries can be made to Kevin via Email Sligodistillery@gmail.com