My grandmother served as a Rosie the Riveter during World War II. She changed the course of her life to join others to overcome a common foe. We need to revive that spirit again to solve the environmental challenges that we are facing, and Pivot exists to help fulfill that role.
Pivot will build communities that support the identification, promotion, and implementation of changes that solve our environmental challenges.
Brewery Packaging Technician
Pivot Brewing is looking to hire a Packaging Technician to add to our Brewery Team. This position’s duties include packaging of beer and cider into cans and kegs, operating canning line machinery, and cleaning and sanitizing of the canning line and kegs. Along with general site maintenance, cleaning duties and other similar duties may be directed. The Packaging Technician is part-time and will report directly to the Head Brewer.
- Good mechanical skills
- Available to work varying hours on a rotating schedule
- Functions well in a team environment
- Experience in brewery production/packaging is a plus
- The ability and aptitude to work with and troubleshoot equipment
- Certification to operate a forklift is a plus
- The ability to engage in physical activities and perform manual labor
- Strong orientation for quality control and safety
- Self-motivated and able to work independently.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state, or local protected class.
Job Type: Part-time
Please visit our application on Indeed.com to apply.
Supporting our environment is at the heart of what we do. We aim to be completely carbon neutral on the production of our cider and our beer. In an effort to do so, we are continually educating ourselves and innovating our products in the brewery and in the taproom.
I- Identify areas in production that may be improved to reduce waste even further (particularly on the beer side). Identify areas in the taproom in which waste may be reduced or recycled. Source food options and snack options that are sustainably sourced and made. Reduce use of single-use plastics in the taproom.
II- Identify areas where we can minimize our energy impact
We work hard to minimize the amount of organic waste that comes out of the brewery. We ferment every last drop of apple juice to create our cider. As for the pomace, it is sent over to a local hog and cattle farm to supply their animals with nutritious and delicious food. By re-using and recycling this waste, we eliminate any waste that may be a result of pressing our own apples.
We encourage anyone who reserves our event space to use recyclable or compostable materials for serving food or decorating. We provide a list of local stores that sell these products.
Supporting our Community
We provide a free meeting space for not-for-profit groups and have partnered with several that are working to create a more environmentally just and sustainable city. If you are interested in learning more about these organizations and events that they put on, follow these links to their websites:
Use the form below to reach out to us or request a reservation for the community space.