Budweiser is a company built on a dream. For 165 years, Anheuser-Busch has pledged allegiance to America and its people. They take great pride in their standing as one of the country’s most iconic companies, and hold precious their responsibility to brew great-tasting, high-quality beers.
Being the best beer company starts with finding the best people.
They are 18,000 colleagues strong—spread out across the country, but united by a passion for great beer. They make major investments each year in their breweries and facilities, and in cutting-edge scientific research. Why? Because they are never satisfied. They embrace new technologies and innovations so that they can brew, package, transport and deliver their more than 100 brands in the most environmentally- sustainable way possible.
Opportunities include roles in forecasting, trade marketing, business and wholesaler development, pricing and promotion analysis and key account management; it’s the strategic side of how they sell their beer.
Their marketing function consists of roles in brand management, consumer insights, innovation, experiential and event management and sponsorship as well as traditional and digital media.
The logistics team manages a network of breweries, warehouses, and distribution centers to get what they need, where and when they need it. Some call them wizards of transportation, others, aces of demand planning.
The Supply group is responsible for brewing, packaging and shipping the famous Budweiser beer. They also oversee aluminum can manufacturing, barley fields, hop farms and a rice mill. Life in the brewery is non-stop action with high-speed lines, tight production schedules and unbelievably high quality standards. This is a place where they measure productivity in seconds, not hours, days or weeks.
Responsible for managing the talent pipeline and ensuring they have the right people in the right function, helping them drive results and grow in their business. The people team oversees all recruitment and selection as well as workforce planning, target setting, labor relations, employee relations and talent management. This function is constantly evolving based on the business strategy and forecast needs.
They’re responsible for M&A, budgeting, treasury, accounting and real estate, all of which support immediate and long term commercial and innovation and sustain their company long into the future.
Procurement must balance quality, cost, and risk for every purchase that puts a beer in your hand. This includes working with suppliers of categories ranging from raw ingredients and packaging to logistics and trade marketing materials.