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Asahi Beverages

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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Carlton & United Breweries 2020 Supply Management Trainee Program

Melbourne

Kick-off your career and progress as a leader in the manufacturing and logistics industry with our Supply Management Trainee (SMT) Program.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job
Salary
$70,000 - $74,999

Application dates

Applications Open
25 Feb 2019
Applications Close
12 Apr 2019

Minimum requirements

Graduation Results
65 - 74% WAM (Credit)
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
E
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
M
Nutrition & Dietetics
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
S
Sciences

Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) is one of Australia's most iconic companies.

We brew some of Australia's most beloved beers and ciders including Victoria Bitter, Carlton Draught, Pure Blonde, Great Northern, Strongbow, Mercury and Bulmers. We employ nearly 1,600 people in Australia, at our five breweries and various offices across the country.

As a part of AB InBev, the largest and only truly global brewer, we also brew and distribute global iconic brands such as Corona, Stella Artois and Budweiser.

Kick-off your career and progress as a leader in the manufacturing and logistics industry with our Supply Management Trainee (SMT) Program.

What is the SMT Program?
Develop the technical skills to brew the beers we're famous for across a 12-month functional training program in the Supply function.
Working closely with our senior leaders, you'll also expand your leadership skills by managing hands-on projects centered around technical and practical challenges.

  • 4 Week BU Australia induction in Melbourne
  • 6 Weeks brewery end-to-end training
  • Capstone project in specialisation (Brewing, Packaging, Maintenance or Logistics)
  • Receive a diploma in your specialisation

Are you up for a challenge?
We're on the hunt for the next generation of graduates who are determined to dream big, empowered to lead change and ready for the chance to create real-world impact.

To be eligible to apply, you'll have less than two years of full-time work experience and hold (or be studying towards) a Bachelor or Masters (or equivalent) degree in either:

  • Engineering - Chemical, Mechanical, Process, Production or Electrical
  • Science - Biochemistry, Micro-biology, Brewing, Food Science or Pharmacy

What are the steps to becoming an SMT?
We take the selection of our graduates as seriously as brewing the world's best beer. That's why the SMT recruitment process has seven stages, designed to make sure that you and Carlton & United Breweries are the right fit.

  • Online application
  • Online assessments
  • Individual case study
  • Individual interview
  • Panel Interview
  • Final interview
  • Offer

Applications close 12th April – apply now! 

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
Jacob was a previous GMT and here, you can hear about his experience as he provides insight into what his journey has been like at Asahi Beverages.

Jacob Gyzen

  • Graduate stories
Jacob was a previous GMT and here, you can hear about his experience as he provides insight into what his journey has been like at Asahi Beverages.

Jacob Gyzen

  • Graduate stories
I’ve always enjoyed understanding processes and solving problems which led me to choose a degree in accounting and chemical engineering.

Michael Lam

  • Graduate stories
I’ve always enjoyed understanding processes and solving problems which led me to choose a degree in accounting and chemical engineering.

Michael Lam

  • Graduate stories
Jacob was a previous GMT and here, you can hear about his experience as he provides insight into what his journey has been like at Asahi Beverages.

Jacob Gyzen

  • Graduate stories
Jacob was a previous GMT and here, you can hear about his experience as he provides insight into what his journey has been like at Asahi Beverages.

Jacob Gyzen

  • Graduate stories
I’ve always enjoyed understanding processes and solving problems which led me to choose a degree in accounting and chemical engineering.

Michael Lam

  • Graduate stories
I’ve always enjoyed understanding processes and solving problems which led me to choose a degree in accounting and chemical engineering.

Michael Lam