Want to join Australia's first student-led brewing team?

Put down your backpack, grab a pint, and...

Join Us in 2022 !
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You’ll be challenged to make designs, prepare experiments and work on the skills that are not taught in lectures. 8-12 hours a week are required to perform well in the team.


If you love solving difficult problems in real-life with an innovative mind, here is the place to go!


Want to brew your own unique beer with your peers? You should not miss being part of this team.

Open Positions
Social Media

The social media team helps manage the social media schedule, design and schedule posts, maintain the website and find new ideas and content to ensure we maintain a strong social media presence.


As a member of the social media team, you need strong organisational skills to keep our content up to date and ensure posts are on time. An eye for creativity and detail are also vital in this role to ensure posts are engaging. Previous experience managing social media or in designing content is ideal and any experience using wix is helpful.


The publications team is responsible for our monthly newsletter, aiming to produce content on our ongoing operations, highlight outstanding members of the team, and give our partners recognition.


A strong affinity for creativity, especially in design of both visual and written content, is required for this role. We require a range of different insights into the team, so the ability to communicate with different divisions in the team to get this content is a must. On top of this, experience using Wix or other website builders is ideal.


The microbiology team focuses on the most critical ingredient of beer, the yeast. The role entails yeast (and some bacteria) analysis such as cell counting, viability and vitality testing, yeast growth modelling, yeast harvesting and storing techniques amongst others. Some members of this team also work extensively on brewing Kombucha, this includes researching and cultivating SCOBYs, recipe development and execution, and shaping the future of our Kombucha program.


Prior general general microbiology knowledge is preferable for the role but additional brewing specific and yeast-related education and training will be provided.


The BrewKeepers are a team of highly organised individuals who ensure we have what we need to do what we do best. This includes insuring we have sufficient ingredients to brew, managing our beer and kombucha stock levels and keeping all the tools and equipment in the right place.


This role is best suited to highly organised individuals with an eye for detail. The brewkeepers work as a team ensuring our resources are up to date, so strong communication amongst each other and the rest of the team is vital in succeeding in this role.

Research & Development

R&D ensure continuous improvement of our products through pairing sensory evaluations (tasting nights) with analytical data, working on recipe development, monitoring and forecasting market trends, and helping to guide the future direction of Monash BrewLab.


Strong problem solving skills and a desire to be involved in several different areas of the team's operation are of great value in this role. On top of this, a flare for the creative and an interest in learning about new trends and products are vital.

Technical Design

Design and build new tools and equipment to be used during brewing as well as for brewing analysis. Create and maintain the appropriate documentation for these pieces of equipment in conjunction with safety. Maintain and improve existing tools and equipment.


Technical Design members require strong creativity and technical skills to succeed. A background in electrical, mechanical or mechatronics engineering is helpful, but not compulsory. Practical knowledge of basic tools and experience in CAD modelling is also valuable in this role.


Our events team is responsible for organising social, industry and other events for the team. This includes organising run-sheets, booking venues, organising catering, and ensuring the event is run safely. We also work closely with our partnerships team to make sure we can build our relationships with our partners through these events.


Strong organisational skills are essential for this role to ensure events run smoothly, and any scenario or issue which may occur is accounted for in the plans. On top of this, previous experience organising events within Monash guidelines would be helpful but is not essential. A lot of our events involve communicating with multiple stakeholders, so ensuring prompt and professional communication is vital in the role.