The Tasting Panel magazine

August 2016

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36  /  the tasting panel  /  august 2016 A s the beverage industry's largest career network, BevForce knows who's coming and who's going at the leading global beverage companies. BevForce is the only beverage industry staffing agency providing both an online job board and executive recruiting services. Visit to sign up for the Movers & Shakers newsletter or to report your job move or recent hire. Jeremy Carter has been named Wine Business Manager at Invisible Sentinel. He had been Laboratory Services Specialist at Enartis USA. Tom Bleigh has been named Innovation Brewmaster at Craft Brew Alliance. He had been Director of Brewery Operations at Hopworks Urban Brewery. Jonathan Kendall has been named National Account Manager at Russian Standard Vodka. He had been Central United States Sales Manager, Terlato Artisan Spirits at Terlato Wines. Paul Schmitt has been named Chief Operating Officer at DBI Beverage Inc. He had been Senior Director of Sales and Marketing at Coors Distributing Company (CDC). Jon Potter has been named Chief Marketing officer of Boston Beer Co. He had been Managing Director, Chandon, at Moët Hennessy USA. Mandy Fields has been named Chief Financial Officer at BevMo!. She had been Vice President, Finance & Analytics at Albertsons. For Resumes, Content Is Crucial Your resume is a road map. Titles, companies and dates should stand out to help the viewer quickly navigate through your experience to understand your career progres- sion. The resume is not an exhaustive list of every internship and job you have ever had. If you have had multiple positions within a company, first list the total duration within the company for dates employed. Hiring managers like to see longevity. Tailor your resume for the job/field to which you are applying. If you have a sales and marketing background, and are applying for a strictly sales role, make sure you showcase your sales strengths. You can have multiple resumes for the different types of roles that are of interest to you. Use action words! Bullets should begin with a variety of descriptive action words, and be in phrases, not full sentences. They should be in present tense for your current company and past tense for your previous companies. A summary of qualifications at the top of the resume is a great way for executive-level job seekers to stand out. Include 4-6 bullets or phrases high- lighting skills and traits that would be of interest to the positions to which you are applying. Feeling motivated? Tap into BevForce at or email for additional tips and tricks to land a career in the Beverage Industry. #greatjobeverybody Movers & Shakers CAREER CORNER

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