- Assist to supervisor to train the sales team in the basics of draught, and support the development of an outlet training module for draught customers.- To follow and work out the procedure on installation sanitation, and trouble shooting.- Able to work existing tasks and occasionally advise by Draught Supervisor:1) Selection of correct equipment for Correct Outlets2) Service and maintenance of equipment3) Draught beer system installation and best practices4) Fault finding5) Sanitation and routine servicing.
- Engineering degree (B.E, A.G.T.I, THS)Experience:- 2 to 5+ years relevant technical experience, ideally in FMCG/beer industry.- 2+ years sales management experience.- Car driving skill 2+ years.
- Attractive salary package- Health & Life Insurance- Rewards for over performance
- Enjoyable work environment
Opportunities for career advancement
The Carlsberg Group was founded in Denmark in 1847 and is the fourth largest brewer in the world. Our brands are sold in 150 countries and 41,000 people work for the Group. Our extensive portfolio of more than 500 variants provides our consumers worldwide an unlimited array of choice irrespective of occasion or palate. Our flagship brand, Carlsberg is one of the best known brands within the category in the world. On February 1st 2013, the Carlsberg Group announced a joint venture with Myanmar Golden Star (MGS), with Carlsberg taking 51% ownership. The construction of a brewery commenced in October 2013 in Bago, a city 80 kilometers north of Yangon.On May 7th 2015, the Carlsberg Group officially inaugurated its brewery, the first international brewery in Myanmar, marking the official beginning of Carlsberg's business operations in Myanmar.In addition to Carlsberg beer, the Bago brewery also produces Tuborg and YOMA, a new local brand created to meet the needs and taste-profiles of Myanmar consumers. Managed by a capable team including skilled brewmasters from the Carlsberg Group and skilled local employees, the facility uses high quality water, the famous Bago rice and imported raw materials, such as malt and hops.