Careers

BSI offers opportunities for beer industry careers and is accepting applications for the positions listed below. Applications are kept on file for 90 days. Should a position become available, and your qualifications match the position requirements, we will contact you to set up an interview. To apply for any of our positions, please thoroughly read each job description you are interested in & fill out the PDF job application. Email your completed application along with cover letter and resume to the email address included on the application.

DIRECTIONS

  1. We’ve made applying easy. Just fill out the PDF job application online. Here’s how:
  2. Click on the Apply Now button at the bottom of the job description for the position you are interested in.
  3. Download the application to your computer desktop, or dedicated folder and give it a unique name, such as your name (i.e., BSI Job Application – John Doe).
  4. Open the document and complete all applicable text boxes.
  5. Tip: Save the document regularly as you work on it; you don’t want to accidentally lose information.
  6. Send the completed application and your cover letter to:
    BSI
    106 Glen Dale Drive
    Woodland Park, CO 80863
The Brewing Science Institute – Pre-Production Assistant (PA)
The Brewing Science Institute – Microtechnologist
The Brewing Science Institute – Pre-Production Assistant (PA)

This is an entry level position that does not require a degree however restaurant kitchen experience is helpful. As a Pre-production Assistant, you will assist the department in preparing media, clean tools and utensils for production, so you will work with autoclaves, commercial dishwasher, ovens and other equipment. You will be responsible in performing tasks cautiously and accurately to ensure quality control. Employee must follow and adhere to established protocol and rules. Attendance and punctuality are crucial. You must be able to work independently, without direct supervision. Must be able to work under time constraints, work as a team member and maintain a positive attitude. Must be able to communicate verbally and in writing. A PA requires a flexible schedule as overtime and scheduled changes are likely to take place based on production.

Job performance and evaluations are based on ability to perform and adhere to basic job requirements as follows but not limited to:

DUTIES:

  • Clean and sterilize propagation equipment and supplies as instructed per SOP’s
  • Mix propagation growth media
  • Fill media modules and sterilize media in autoclaves
  • Clean pipets and make ice packs
  • Clean equipment on regular basis from malt debris
  • Operate propagation washer and clean propagators
  • Work the “Fill Water” station
  • Unload and move malt off freight trucks and in facility as designated
  • Maintain lab maintenance, organization and cleanliness in all departments (including recycling)
  • Participate in educational and promotional events
  • Maintain a clean department (which includes mopping floors and cleaning stainless steel)
  • Communication with management/staff on daily basis both verbally and in writing
  • Work special projects
  • Other tasks and duties as assigned and directed

Work Conditions:  Work is primarily performed in a laboratory environment. Standing for long periods of time, bending, using a step stool for hard to reach areas, lifting a minimum of 50lbs, repetitive motion and other physical tasks as directed will be necessary. You may be asked but not required to taste beer for analysis purposes only. You must be 21 years of age for tasting. Use of gloves and/or goggles is required when using chemicals. Reliable transportation required.

Wage: Position starts at $15.00 per hour.

Benefits:  Medical, Dental, Vision, Retirement Plan and Paid Time Off available for full-time employees.

Position requirements, title and/or duties may change at any time upon management discretion. Should requirements, title and/or duties change, employee will be notified. EEO Employer.

The Brewing Science Institute – Microtechnologist

The Microtech position requires a 4-year degree in microbiology or related field however two years commercial brewing experience can substitute. You will be assisting the growth and packaging of brewer’s yeast. There is no commercial brewing involved only brewing small test batches on occasion. It is a production facility therefore tasks will be repetitive. You will be responsible for performing these tasks cautiously and accurately to ensure a quality product. Employees must follow and adhere to established protocols and policy: assigned schedule, attendance punctuality, SOP’s, etc. The position will require cross-training in all production areas and ability to perform all lab tasks when necessary. You must have the ability to communicate clearly with management and co-workers both verbally and in writing. A Microtech must have the ability to plan and work in an efficiently and timely manner.  You must be able to work as a team member and maintain a positive attitude. Additionally, you must be able to work under time constraints and able to work without direct supervision. Position may require overtime.

Requirements: 4-year BS degree in microbiology or science related field.

Job performance is based on ability to perform and adhere to basic job requirements as follows but not limited to:

 

General Duties:

  • Sterilize propagation supplies
  • Mix propagation growth media
  • Facilitate yeast propagation
  • Feed yeast cultures and transfer yeast when propagation is completed
    Test cultures for purity
  • Cell count
  • Quality Control tasks
  • Clean and sanitize supplies
  • Maintain lab organization and cleanliness
  • General laboratory maintenance
  • Package yeast for shipping
  • Produce carrier labels and shipping documentation
  • Participate in educational and promotional events
  • Maintain a safe working environment
  • Work weekends shift changes and overtime as required
  • Pre-production duties as assigned
  • Work special projects
  • Communication with management/staff on daily basis
  • Problem-solve and trouble shoot
  • Other tasks and duties as assigned and directed

Work Conditions:  Work is primarily performed in a laboratory environment. Standing for long periods of time, bending, using a step stool for hard to reach areas, lifting a minimum of 50lbs, repetitive motion and other physical tasks as directed will be necessary. You may be asked but not required to taste beer for organoleptic analysis purposes only. You must be 21 years of age for tasting. Use of gloves and/or goggles is required when using chemicals. Reliable transportation required.

Wage: Position starts at 37K

Benefits:  Medical, Dental, Vision, Retirement Plan and Paid Time Off available to full-time employees.

Position requirements, title and/or duties may change at any time upon management discretion. Should requirements, title and/or duties change, employee will be notified. EEO Employer.

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