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Carlton & United Breweries Reviews
Reviews by Carlton & United Breweries graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.5GradAustralia surveyed 5 graduates working at Carlton & United Breweries. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 5 responses.
- Very driven smart people at the top of their field
- Being involved with the production and management of leading products
- Fantastic culture, plenty of perks, proud to work on an incredible portfolio of brands
- Dedicated, well-developed graduate program with managers' support from a day-to-day (on-site) and learning & development (off-site national manager) manager. Self-directed to achieve milestones through program assessments across technical and more broadly other parts of the business. Opportunities to travel and spend time at other sites. Working on a mix of projects, technical learning, personal development (e.g. team leading).
- Lots of changes in a short time
- We have very lean teams across the business, which means everyone must be highly self-sufficient.
What insiders say about…
As a Brewing graduate I work within the brewing production team on-site at Australia's largest brewery. It is up to me to balance the work I do for the brewing team to assist production (eg. project work, covering for brewers or team leaders) and complete my graduate program to plan (both technical and 'generic' or more business-related subjects).
Very social fun, encourage each other, work in teams
Written online application, cover letter and resume, phone interview, video interview, assessment centre including individual and group assessments and another interview, another two interviews.
Questions about work experience, style of working alone and in teams, how you would likely react in certain scenarios, why the company and industry.
Know exactly why you are interested in the industry and the company. They are distinct responses and should be clearly articulated.
Most people come into work around 8am, and leave around 6-7pm.
Median level pay; upper quartile bonuses.
Product allocation from beer, cider, spirits, RTD's.
Depends on how every graduate manages their supervisors. Monthly meetings are encouraged and mentoring sessions
Open and regular performance review with discussion around personal development plans and opportunities. Strong culture of seeing how people perform in new roles if they're ready for it.
Recruitment and retention very diverse
ABI's Better World Committee is a good example and one that some graduates are involved in (including myself). Streams include smart agriculture, energy and carbon, water, packaging and responsible drinking.
Open plan, pod based offices. Standard facilities for an admin building on a production site. Hi-vis dress code with safety gear, all provided.
Primarily driven through target setting in engineering (utilities) and logistics. Better World Committee also drives targets.Join us to bookmark!
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