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ABOUT SOCIAL REGIONS CONTACT TEAM

Tyler Wille

CEO

Joe Marston

President

Mike Horn

President, Southeast

B.J. Solomon

Divisional Lead,
Midwest

Carl Oelker

Divisional Lead,
South

Brian Casse

Sales Manager,
North

Michael Anderson

Sales Manager,
Southeast

Rachel Rines

Controller

Allison O'Toole

Human Resources

Alex Chmielinski

Director of Operations

Seth Tardiff

Quality Specialist

Zack Kitchen

Quality Specialist, South

Nate Ivey

Operations Excellence Leader

Rose Chmielinski

Sales & Operations
Planning Manager

Sarah O'Shea

Business Manager,
North

Dana Lanwehr

Business Manager, Midwest

Samantha Sharrah

Business Manager, Tristate

Courtney Lorch

Business Manager, Southeast

Anthony Caruso

Regional Lead, NH

Steve Gourley

Regional Lead, VT

Todd Hundley

Regional Lead, NJ & PA

Jon Ebner

Regional Lead,
OH (Cleveland)

Will Parker

Regional Lead,
OH (Cincinnati)

Mark VanGlad

Regional Lead, NY

Randy Edwards

Regional Lead, VA

Evan Scheiner

Regional Lead, NC (Asheville)

Bruce LeMoine

Regional Lead, AL

Brandon Batty

Regional Lead, FL

JOB LISTINGS

We are looking for a dependable, hardworking individual to assist on canning runs. The position offers hands-on training and tremendous growth potential for the right candidate.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
As an Assistant Operator, you’ll serve an important support role for the Lead Canning Line Operator. Tasks include:
  • Unloading and setting up equipment in the morning, as well as breaking down and packing up at day’s end
  • Mixing sanitizing chemicals and thoroughly cleaning equipment
  • Weighing cans to ensure they contain just the right amount of beer
  • Working the depalletizer to provide the canning line with a steady supply of cans throughout the day
  • Collaborating with the head operator and brewery staff
  • Learning to efficiently and safely operate heavy packaging machinery
REQUIREMENTS:
Ideal candidates for this position fit the following description:
  • Mechanical: Equipment doesn’t always work as it should. As an Assistant Operator, you’ll often need to independently troubleshoot issues and make on-site adjustments/repairs.
  • Physically Fit: Mobile canning requires strength, coordination, and endurance. You’ll need to hull 150-lb. pallets of cans, push the 800-lb. canning line into place (it is on wheels), stay on your feet for lengthy 12-hour shifts, and perform countless other physical tasks.
  • Flexible Schedule: Every week is different, depending on the breweries scheduled. Long hours and overnight stays are common.
  • Hardworking: Pride in your work, self-motivation, attention to detail, and a positive attitude are all essential.
  • Beer Knowledge: Home brewing or brewery experience is a plus, as is a general appreciation for great craft beer.
WORK ENVIRONMENT:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts. The employee is occasionally exposed to a variety of conditions at job sites including loud noise, high and low temperatures and small working areas. Physical demands:
  • Ability to continuously stand or walk
  • Ability to bend, squat, climb stairs and lift frequently
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds occasionally
  • Ability to perform repetitive motion functions in support of canning line operations
  • Ability to pass a DOT physical and motor vehicle driving record review
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:
  • Ability to travel 4-5 days a week
  • Occasional overnights are expected
Iron Heart Canning Company, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To apply, please submit your cover letter, salary requirements and resume to jobs@ironheartcanning.com.
  • FL – Sarasota
  • NH – Manchester
  • OH – Elyria
  • PA – Malvern
  • TN – Nashville
  • VA – Richmond
  • VT – Williston

Lead Canning Line Operator

We are looking for a dependable, hardworking individual to lead canning runs. The position offers hands-on training and tremendous growth potential for the right candidate.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
All aspects of operating a beer packaging line, including:
  • Mastering the ins and outs of operating a Wild Goose 250 canning line
  • Troubleshooting beer conditions and mechanical problems
  • Extensive cleaning and sanitizing of the equipment
  • Prepping truck with supplies prior to canning runs
  • Enforcing quality control, efficiency, and accurate statistical tracking
  • Working closely with brewery owners, head brewers, and all brewery staff
REQUIREMENTS:
If the following describes your skill set, we’d love to hear from you:
  • You have previous brewery or packaging experience
  • You enjoy working with your hands and have the mechanical aptitude to troubleshoot and repair equipment on site
  • You are a self-starter who takes pride in his/her work and goes the extra mile to get a job done right
  • Your people skills are top notch
  • You are customer driven and results oriented
  • You already know that long, irregular hours are commonplace in the beer industry
  • Traveling daily to breweries sounds like a cool perk to you
  • Not only is craft beer your beverage of choice, but you are also well-versed on beer volume calculations and production brewery equipment
WORK ENVIRONMENT:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts. The employee is occasionally exposed to a variety of conditions at job sites including loud noise, high and low temperatures and small working areas. Physical demands:
  • Ability to continuously stand or walk
  • Ability to bend, squat, climb stairs and lift frequently
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds occasionally
  • Ability to perform repetitive motion functions in support of canning line operations
  • Ability to pass a DOT physical and motor vehicle driving record review
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:
  • Ability to travel 4-5 days a week
  • Occasional overnights are expected
Iron Heart Canning Company, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To apply, please submit your cover letter, salary requirements and resume to jobs@ironheartcanning.com
  • FL – Sarasota
  • OH – Elyria

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