Supply Management Trainee Programme
Anheuser-Busch InBev Deutschland
AB InBev is the world’s leading brewer. We produce over 400 beers, including some of the world’s best known brands like Becks®, Franziskaner®, Budweiser®, Stella Artois® and Corona®.
Supply Management Trainee Programme – Engineering and Supply with AB InBev
Are you interested in Engineering, Brewing or Supply Chain and Logistics?
Our Supply Management Trainee Programme covers the brewing, packaging and delivery of our beer. It is a programme designed for future leaders interested in engineering or supply chain, looking at process improvements and leadership of brewery or Logistics operations.
As part of the programme, you’ll cover everything to do with the supply chain – from the brewing production and packaging of beer, to the logistics of getting it to customers. You’ll be based in a brewery where you’ll have hands-on experience in producing the beers we’re famous for, and you’ll learn the technical and practical challenges that affect different departments, including Quality, Technical Services, Logistics, Brewery Operations, and People – so we can make
positive changes to the way we brew and produce beer, source the ingredients, and deliver effectively and efficiently.
The 6 month programme is designed to build your leadership, project and general management skills, and you’ll have opportunities to help improve on the way we work. And as the programme is focused on engineering and supply chain process, you’ll be based in our breweries in your country, with the possibility of some travel.
To be eligible, you’ll need to have a Bachelor or Masters (or equivalent) degree. Normally students come from either Engineering (Chemical, Mechanical, Production or Electrical), Science (Bio-chemistry, microbiology, brewing/food science or pharmacy), Logistics, Supply Chain or Business backgrounds – but every educational degree is considered.
Location/s: Germany & other countries across Europe – individuals must be fluent in both German and English in order to apply for the German program.
Start date: September 2018
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