Memorial University Alumni - Global

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Chris H.


Brewery Manager – St. John’s Brewery (Newfoundland, Canada) Reporting to: Vice President, Brewing Operations – located in Toronto, Ontario

Alumni Affairs Officer (Reunions) at Memorial University of Newfoundland

The Brewery Manager role will appeal to professionals that have a proven track record of effectively leading, communicating and transitioning organizations to that of World Class. You have a systematic approach that is complimented with an inclusive and investigative leadership style that nurtures engagement and the sharing of ideas bringing forth innovative and sustainable business solutions. Your confident leadership style is open and inclusive, welcoming professional pushback as a means to gaining a greater level of understanding barriers and concerns. Your fine tuned project, time and priority management skills enable you to effectively maintain cross functional teams focus and alignment so they are able to address the day-to-day dynamics of a business in transition while also delivering against longer term strategic goals. You strongly believe a company’s vision must tie together business objectives directly to the health, culture and sustainability of the business and the people within it. You fundamentally believe to effectively deliver a company’s vision to the people you must be visible and accessible. You measure your success by the success of the teams you lead, company you work with and the business partners you serve.

Entrance Qualifications

 University Degree in engineering/science/business in related fields or have equivalent experience
 Minimum of 10 years progressive leadership experience within the beverage/food manufacturing sector (an asset), including experience leading and partnering with a unionized work force
 Excellent leadership skills with the ability to manage new initiatives and change efficiently ensuring the business and people within it adopt best practices.
 Demonstrated success at engaging, motivating and aligning multiple cross functional operational business leaders and their team’s actions in alignment with an organization's vision.
 Proven technical knowledge of complex processes and production equipment, affording you the ability to be an active contributor in discussions of a technical nature, capable of asking the right questions to move the business forward.
 Excellent oral and written communication skills. Listens actively to others recognizing their view and opinions are valuable in ensuring the right course of action or strategy is adopted. Open to being professionally challenged
 Able to establish open and respectful relationships with various internal clients and union representatives with a focus on attaining business and cultural goals.
 Demonstrated excellence in project, time and priority management in an environment of constant evolution and change
 Highly motivated with a leadership style that inspires individuals and teams to want to meet and/or surpass their business objectives
 Accepts ownership for their actions and results. Committed to following through on commitments.
 You share Molson Coors values: Excelling, Passion, Integrity & Respect, Creativity, and Quality
 Able to travel occasionally (up to 10% of the time) as a Member of the Canadian SOLT that meets quarterly to share best practices, ideas and opportunities to exploit areas of strength, capture opportunities and/or address areas of challenge.

For further insight on the role and company please contact:

Joe Praskey
Senior Consultant
Rouse Resources
Phone: (416) 966-0661 x 245
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