BrewDog Graduate Scheme

a protégé for both James and Martin

BrewDog Graduate Scheme

BrewDog Graduate Scheme - a protégé for both James and Martin

The economic crisis has been a catalyst for success at BrewDog. This is an environment for the innovators, for the misfits and the mavericks. There is a revolution happening, and heads will roll. We can see the empires of old crumbling, and the winners will be the people with the passion and commitment to make great products and make their companies work no matter what.

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As current Scottish Business of the Year, we felt it was only right we had a graduate program. We are looking for 2 graduates to join our company on a 12 month program that will see them work directly with the 2 founders, James and Martin, in their respective parts of the business.

After we receive the applications we are going to put shortlisted candidates through their paces at a group interview session in Aberdeen (travel and accommodation will be covered) where we will use challenges, quizzes, tastings to find the right people for the role. It is almost like the apprentice, except we are not Mr Trump or Sir Sugar. We are pretty sure you would rather work with us than them anyway.

You will get the opportunity to be at the coal face of the UK's fastest growing drinks company and work with and (hopefully) learn from the people behind ground breaking innovations such as Equity for Punks, beer brewed at the bottom of the sea and beer golf.

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To apply to be James' protégé for a year, you need to:

Send an email to james(at)brewdog.com with 'Graduate Scheme' in the title and your CV attached. Please also attach a 5 slide PowerPoint or PDF presentation, structured as follows:

1) Your 3 favourite brands (not BrewDog) and why.

2) A new beer concept, name and launch plan.

3) An idea on how to further engage our Equity Punk investor community.

4) A great location for a future BrewDog bar. And why.

5) A random idea (from you) that will help us grow our business.

How We Mash

To apply to be Martin's protégé for a year, you need to:

Send an email to martin(at)brewdog.com with 'Graduate Scheme' in the title and your CV attached. Please also attach a 5 slide PowerPoint or PDF presentation, structured as follows:

1) Your 3 favourite hops. And Why.

2) 3 things to pair beer with.

3) A recipe for a new, 7.5% IPA.

4) An idea for a new Abstrakt beer.

5) A random idea (from you) that will help us grow our business.

The deadline is 25/6/12. We will then review all applications and inform all successful candidates of the details for the . We will cover all transport and accommodations costs here.

Good luck!

For details of other job opportunities at BrewDog see: http://www.brewdog.com/blog-article/brewdog-creates-40-new-jobs-announces-graduate-program

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Comments (10)

James, BrewDog 12th June, 2012 10:07am
yes they will be.
K 12th June, 2012 8:15am
I assume people about to finish further degrees would be considered as well?
James, BrewDog 11th June, 2012 8:13pm
This is for anyone who is about to finish university or has finished in the last 12 months. International applications are accepted too. The scheme would be based in Scotland.
Mark 11th June, 2012 7:26pm
Are international applications allowed?
aparshrugby79 11th June, 2012 6:13pm
I live in the States, one year left in college. Would love to do this. Sadly know literally nothing about brewing.
v.soto 11th June, 2012 3:50pm
I'm from Mexico, international applications will be consider ??
some.nerd 11th June, 2012 2:50pm
Bah, if I didn't live in the States and have an 8-month old baby, I'd SO be into this! Good luck finding your special someone(s), guys!
Harry Clementson 11th June, 2012 2:07pm
Is this for people with one year of uni left or for people who have just finished uni? As I want to apply, but would not want to apply before I am eligible.
Sophie 11th June, 2012 1:20pm
Just wondering, would the scheme itself be based in scotland? I live the opposite end of the country in Kent!!!
AdamL 11th June, 2012 12:55pm
Will this be repeated as i am still at uni and would love to apply for next year