Final call for 2021 Jameson Engineering Graduate Programme

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Applications for the new two-year graduate programme close Thursday
29th October 2020

14 October 2020: Applications for the newly launched Jameson
Engineering Graduate Programme will close on Thursday 29th October
2020 and Irish Distillers, makers of some of the world’s most enjoyed
whiskeys and one of Ireland’s leading suppliers of spirits and wines,
is encouraging engineering graduates to consider an exciting career
with the world’s leading producer of Irish whiskey.

As part of the two-year programme, graduates will work alongside a
world-class whiskey production team with state-of-the-art technology
in a challenging but rewarding placement that offers real
responsibilities, structured learning, defined rotations, and project
work.

The programme offers placements at either Midleton Distillery, Cork,
or at Irish Distillers’ bottling operations plant in Dublin, where the
world’s best-selling Irish whiskeys are created and bottled before
being exported around the globe.

Mairead Griffin, Head of Talent Acquisition at Irish Distillers said:
“Applications close on Thursday 29th October and we at Irish
Distillers would like to encourage as many engineering graduates as
possible to consider applying for the programme. We have a history of
supporting and nurturing young talent and want to leverage this
experience to support the next generation of engineers through the
Jameson Engineering Graduate Programme. Engineers play a fundamental
role in the distillation and bottling processes, and we want to make
sure that we have a pipeline of talent to meet our business needs, now
and in the future.”

“We already have a team of capable and talented engineers within the
business who have risen up through the ranks. Our production
leadership teams are ready to support and guide our new engineering
graduates through the two-year programme. In Cork, graduates will
build technical expertise with both theoretical and practical
technical training on distillation pots, distillation columns,
vessels, pumps, valves and instrumentation, boilers, conveyor belts,
heat exchangers and automation control systems. While graduates in
Dublin will have the opportunity to engage with and receive training
on our fully automated state of the art process systems and packaging
equipment.” added Mairead.

“The programme is designed to give graduates ownership of their career
aspirations, supported by practical experience and training to help
them succeed. We are looking for curious self-starters, who view a
challenge as an opportunity. We see the successful candidates as
having the desire to turn a job into a passion.” she concluded.

Graduates will also attend the Irish Whiskey Academy, a
state-of-the-art training facility located in County Cork on the
grounds of Midleton Distillery, which focuses on the production and
heritage of Irish whiskey produced at Midleton.

The programme offers a structured learning programme that provides
professional, technical, and personal skills development through
onboarding, rotations, professional skills development, a mentoring
and buddy framework, project work, and technical skills development.
The programme is initially seeking Level 8 and 9 graduates from
Process and Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Manufacturing Engineering, Mechatronics, Design or Automation
Engineering.

For more information about the programme and the application process,
see https://www.jamesongraduateprogramme.com/graduate-engineer

Applications close on 29 October 2020, with placements beginning on 1
September 2021.

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