Applications for our SMT 2017 intake are open.
Thank you for showing interest in our Supply Management Trainee program. We are now accepting applications for our 2017 intake.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Country||Applications reviewed from||Application Closing Date|
|Belgium||22 August 2016||01 June 2017|
|Netherlands||22 August 2016||01 June 2017|
|UK||22 August 2016||Program Closed|
|Germany||22 August 2016||01 June 2017|
|Russia||22 August 2016||01 June 2017|
|Ukraine||22 August 2016||01 June 2017|
Applications for our Supply Management Trainee 2017 intake are open.
Always improving, never settling for the status quo, Supply is essential to our business.
Covering the brewing, packaging and delivery of our goods - it's where we combine growth, service and cost to give us a competitive advantage.
It's also an area where we make a big difference to our impact on the environment - reducing water use, waste and greenhouse gas emissions. Supply allows us to make positive changes to the way we brew and produce beer, source the ingredients, and deliver effectively and efficiently.
Supply is a choice that will build your leadership, project and general management skills. Specifically you will learn the technical and practical challenges of our business - with the opportunities to improve on what we already do well and to introduce new ways to be the best.
You will have hands on experience - making the beers we are famous for. And it is a career that will take you around Europe and potentially the world.
You should graduate (before September 2017) with a Bachelor, Masters (or equivalent) degree from any of the following disciplines:
You'll fit in best if you have an entrepreneurial spirit, be results-driven and have undertaken some form of leadership position either inside or outside of university. You also need to be fluent in the native language of the country you wish to work in, and English, to be eligible for this program.
"The journey from brewery to happy customer begins here"
Debora Sonksen, Supply Management Trainee Programme graduate.
We're aiming to reduce our carbon emissions by 15% by the end of 2017 and reduce packaging by 100,000 tons
> 50 million hectoliters of beer brewed in Europe annually
We're trialling alternative fuel in some of our trucks and we're truck sharing with our retail partners to reduce 'empty mileage' on deliveries
We brew over 200 different beers
In 2013 over 500 best practices were shared globally – helping us continually improve
Our QA process is followed by all our brewmasters to ensure consistency from batch to batch
95% of our breweries and soft drink facilities are Voyager Plant Optimization (VPO) certified
Our team works directly with more than 15,000 barley growers worldwide, representing over 1 million hectares of cultivated malt barley