Stu Brew are Recruiting

Europe's first student run micro brewery

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Stu Brew are recruiting for 2 very important roles! They are looking for The Welfare Officer and The Creative Designer.

Stu Brew is Europe's first ever student-run microbrewery, and we're really proud of it. The brewery runs as a social enterprise managed by students from Newcastle University, delivering a clear sustainability message to the student community and the wider public, as well as keeping the union stocked up on decent booze.

Stu Brew has its own society which not surprisingly is one of the fastest growing at the university, the beer tasting sessions have been particularly popular....

You can be involved in every aspect of the business, from label design to sourcing great hops, and from online promotion to bottling up the finished product. Contact us for further info on individual roles.

Stu Brew view of EU HQ – Cheers North East

The Welfare Officer is responsible for: 

  • Being the main point of contact for welfare for your societies’ potential and current members. 
  • Monitor the societies’ member’s wellbeing. 
  • Direct students to professional university services appropriate to the situation 
  • Champion inclusivity within the society 
  • Explore opportunities for society members training and development. 
  • Prepare all relevant and required health and safety documentation. 
  • Ensuring the risk assessments and manual handling assessments are up-to-date and remain relevant to the brewing activities within Stu Brew. 
  • Ensure that the brewery’s standard operating procedures are kept up to date. 
  • Any other duties as agreed by the Committee. 


The Creative Designer is responsible for: 

  • Design of all pump clips, bottle labels, can labels, posters, merchandise (T-shirts, bottle openers etc.) required by the Stu Brew project and the Society. 
  • Ensuring all creative content matches the brand requirements and is accessible to all, particularly ensuring content is readable by those that suffer from colour blindness. 
  • Ensuring all artwork (such as pump clips) are available to other Committee members so they may perform their tasks as required. 
  • Any other duties as agreed by the Committee. 



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