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Hello, all. I just discovered this forum, and look forward to following along. I'm an attorney -- formerly of the Montana DOR Liquor Control Division (for 6 years), and since early 2014 I have been in private practice, primarily representing brewers, distillers, and retail alcohol licensees throughout Montana.
You are a total spirits sales badass. You're a strategist, with experience moving selling at a national level in closed and open states. You're comfortable managing a team and want to help a brand go from moderate sales to over the moon sales, without sacrificing values. You've had some great learning opportunities in the past but perhaps haven't found the company that allows you to spread your wings the way you want to. You also like floating rivers, making time for shenanigans and know that the best way to live a life is to create that balance between working hard and playing hard. We're a distillery with great products, a great production team, an excellent team of sales personnel and an ability to produce our own distilled products on a high volume basis. We're the largest distillery in the great State of Montana and we're looking to grow the success we've seen here and in other markets. We're looking for someone who wants to live in Montana, manage the sales and marketing objectives and grow our sales with strong attention to strategy development as well as execution. Someone who understands the balance between quality relationships and quantity of cases moved. This isn't a seat of the pants kind of operation. This is a darn fine business with a history of success. If we align on values: community, passion for Montana and the belief that a rising tide lifts all ships, then you should reach out to us about the opportunity to align forces. The position will be open until it's filled. Compensation will be part salary, part commission, DOE. Medical Insurance, PTO, 401(k) and more. Please submit a resume and references to email@example.com 2017 Job Description Sales & Marketing Manager For Publication.pdf
Triple Divide Spirits is a small, start-up craft distillery in Helena, MT. We have been in operation for just over two years and currently produce vodka, gin, and rum. We are developing new products to add to our line. We have a job opening for a distiller. This is a versatile position requiring a range of skill sets. The Distiller will be involved in developing new products, mashing, fermenting, distilling, bottling, cleaning, record keeping, and a broad range of general labor and equipment maintenance as warranted. As such, the candidate must be versatile, mechanically apt, self-tasked, and open to a fluid daily schedule. This is a 30- to 40-hour permanent position. Qualifications/Experience Candidates should have a strong mechanical and scientific background, a passion for brewing and distilling, and should be seeking a creative work environment. Candidates should also have a refined palate and an appreciation for a range of spirits. Key Responsibilities Milling and mashing Fermenting Distilling Tasting/Quality analysis Proofing Bottling Labeling Record-keeping Inventory management—including grain and ingredients, yeast, botanicals, bottles, closures, labels, chemicals, and product Quality control—judging and maintaining acceptable product quality and standards Cleaning and servicing equipment Cleaning production room Ensuring a sanitary work environment at all times Product formulation and development Representing Triple Divide Spirits in a positive manner Requirements: Bachelor’s or advanced degree in science (preferably) Must have significant experience with fermentation Must be mechanically inclined with the ability to operate machinery such as pumps, mill, compressed air systems, stills, etc. Must have flexible work schedule to accommodate production needs Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs Appreciates a dynamic daily workload Is looking to make a long-term relationship with an employer Enthusiasm and positive attitude Effective communication skills Has no alcohol-related offenses on record At least 21 years of age The successful candidate must demonstrate knowledge of basic chemistry and microbiological phenomena necessary for the quality assurance of beverage alcohol. The ideal candidate will have successfully completed some higher education coursework in Chemistry, Microbiology, Biochemistry, or Food Science as part of a completed Bachelors degree curriculum, or can demonstrate a commensurate understanding based on years of experience in a related working field. Compensation Compensation starts at $12 to $15 per hour, depending on experience. Benefits include paid vacation and sick leave. Professional development will be offered in the form of schools, workshops, and seminars in appropriate subjects. This position offers flexible hours and the ability—to a degree—to set your own schedule, as well as the potential to fill other roles in the company of interest to the candidate. If you are interested or have questions, please send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.