Irish Distillers Internship Programmes
Our paid Internship Programmes offer you the opportunity to bridge the gap between University and a real work environment. Irish Distillers internships are designed to give you the opportunity to get actively involved in project work and day to day activities in a warm, collaborative, supportive environment.
We engage directly with a number of Universities across Ireland every September and October. In 2023/2024 we have openings across Process and Chemical Engineering (Midleton, Cork), Quality Assurance (Midleton, Cork) and Operations (Midleton, Cork).
Please contact your University Careers teams for more information on what is available in your area of interest.
What Our Interns Say
I’m almost finished my 8-month internship on the HR Operations team. In this time, I have gained exposure to the full employee lifecycle in the business. I’ve learnt about the different HR policies and procedures and I also received training on HR systems such as Workday and CoreHR. I love the flexibility of working from home and just how supportive the team have been throughout my time here. I have gotten so much out of the programme and it has definitely exceeded my expectations!
“As an engineering intern at Fox and Geese, our bottling operations, I was given real responsibility from the outset. I was involved in lots of projects across all parts of the site which gave me invaluable experience and set me up for success when I left University. My mentor and the team guided and supported me throughout my internship. Irish Distillers is not a place you forget, and neither are its people”
“Throughout my internship at Midleton and Dungourney, I gained exposure to the entire whiskey production process – from grain to glass. I was given the opportunity to work alongside teams of engineers in areas including production, projects, sustainability, maintenance and compliance. There is a real sense of community among the people working in Midleton, something which has really made my time here so enjoyable.”