JuneShine is Hiring: Sales Representative (Austin, TX), Key Accounts Manager (Northern CA) & Brand Manager (New York)
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JuneShine Organic Hard Kombucha is hiring!
If you've got a couple years of craft alcohol sales under your belt and are already begging your local Austin spots to carry JuneShine while telling them all about our sustainable production, organic ingredients, and delicious taste–you might be a match for our Austin Sales Representative position!
We are looking for a Brand Manager in NYC to make JuneShine a household name in the city and beyond. You’ll be working with local ambassadors and influencers, producing events (when possible), supporting local festivals, and supporting the local sales team.
In Northern California, we’re looking for a seasoned Key Accounts Manager with 5 years of experience in alcohol, relationships with chain buyers, and a desire to get JuneShine on every store shelf.
Sound like you? Apply online today at www.juneshine.com/team
Our story: https://juneshine.com/pages/story
In addition to each role's qualifications, you should also be stoked to support our purpose of brewing honest alcohol for a healthier planet and excited to join a fast-paced, employee-owned, disruptive startup. We value every role and want each employee to grow as we grow. We hire the hungry, but we offer a Let My People Go Surfing policy: flexible hours that allow employees to spend time doing what they love, both at work and outside of it, fostering stoke and creativity.
Compensation: Full time, Salaried, Exempt
Additional: Medical, Vision, and Dental Healthcare Benefits, Let My People Go Surfing Unlimited Paid Time Off policy, & Booch Perks!
JuneShine Purpose: Honest alcohol for a healthier planet.
Our Business: Frustrated with the lack of alcohols that cater to our healthy, outdoors driven lifestyle, we decided to make our own. While most alcohols contain GMOs, high fructose corn syrup, and food coloring, we sought to make the healthiest, naturally sourced product. Our kombucha is a jun kombucha, made from green tea and honey, whereas normal kombucha is produced with black tea and sugar. We realized that we were not alone in seeking a natural alcohol. Beer preference is at an all-time low, and wine and spirits continue to see low digit year over year growth. The alcohol class exhibiting double digit growth is the near beer class (spiked seltzer, hard cider, etc).