Edrington own some of the world’s finest premium spirits and with further ambition to grow, we require the right people with the right energy and values to take us there. We believe in great people taking our business further and the success of our brands requires the support of everyone in Edrington, from distillation and coopering, through to the brand and commercial management teams, our distribution teams and our partnerships with other organisations.
At Edrington, we aim to recruit the best talent inside and outside of our industry. With international opportunities across multiple disciplines, an award winning digital learning hub, competitive rewards, charitable foundations and leading brands, Edrington has something to offer everyone regardless of what stage they are at in their career!
The Macallan is the world's most precious single malt Scotch whisky, "the single malt against which all others must be judged"
One of the largest international golden rum brands in the world and the market leader in the Caribbean and Spain.
The Famous Grouse
From its birth in 1896, The Famous Grouse has had a somewhat unconventional streak.
As Scotland's favourite whisky, its place in the heart of the world's most astute consumers is a notable achievement.
One of the fundamental flavours in Highland Park single malt whisky is the delicate, sweet, aromatic peat smoke, which has given Highland Park its unique character since 1798. If you only drink whisky once in your life make sure it's this one"
Tesco Direct comments on Highland Park 25 years old.
This exceptional premium Vodka is more than just a name. The purpose of the Brand is to save this beautiful creature from extinction. 15% of the profits are donated to the Snow Leopard Trust.
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Edrington’s ownership model is unique in it’s industry. The company’s principal shareholder is The Robertson Trust, which was established in 1961 but the Robertson sisters who donated their shares in the businesses founded by their grandfather.
Elspeth, Agnes and Ethel Robertson wished to ensure that the family businesses remained active and independent, and continued the support they had given to charities. the Robertson Trust uses its dividends from Edrington to improve the quality of life and realise the potential of people and communicates in Scotland. To date it has given more than £215 million to charities in Scotland and now it is now the country’s largest independent grant-making Trust.
Giving More at Edrington
Edrington’s ownership model is unique in its industry. The company’s principal shareholder is The Robertson Trust, which was established in 1961 by the three Robertson sisters who donated their shares in the businesses founded by their grandfather.
Elspeth, Agnes and Ethel Robertson wished to ensure that the family business remained active and independent, and that it would continue to support charities. The Robertson Trust uses its dividends from Edrington to improve the quality of life and realise the potential of people and communities in Scotland. To date, it has given more than £263 million to charities in Scotland and is now the country’s largest independent grant-making Trust.
Edrington have used this philosophy to shape a number of programmes to encourage employees to participate in charitable giving.
Giving More Together
Within the UK, we have a group of voluntary Robertson Trust Ambassadors. Their role is to actively raise awareness of, and interest in, the work of the Robertson Trust with fellow employees and actively support and drive Giving More fundraising efforts. Under the Giving More scheme, The Trust and Edrington both match the charitable fundraising of employees. £1 raised for charity by an Edrington employee becomes £3 following the additional contributions from The Robertson Trust and Edrington.
Giving More International
Edrington encourages employees to give their time to volunteer in their communities and raise funds for good causes all over the world. As Edrington grows internationally, it has extended the principle of donating a share of profits to good causes in the communities in which it operates. Launched in 2012, Edrington’s international Giving More fund donates 1% of pre-tax earnings to charities chosen by its employees outside of Scotland. To date it has raised £5.5 million.
Giving More to Education
Edrington funds The Brugal Foundation, which supports development and reduces poverty in the Dominican Republic. The Foundation’s chief focus is on making quality education available to talented students who face financial hardship.
The Giving More to Education team of volunteers consists of colleagues from across Edrington’s Scottish sites, who work with schools to provide career advice and to mentor pupils.