Technical & Operations
Management Development

We look for people who enjoy a fast-paced environment and strive for excellence. We produce millions of cases of product each year for distribution around the world and as a LEAN Six Sigma organization, we aim to improve operations by giving people the support, resources and flexibility to think entrepreneurially, experience new challenges and work cross functionally. You won’t ever feel stuck in one role at Gallo and making wine is anything but ordinary.

Technology Management Development Program (TMDP)



Gallo’s TMDP program is an exciting way to join us and accelerate your career. The program is a rotational one over about three years. Gallo’s TMDP program is an exciting way to join us and accelerate your career. You'll rotate through three different assignments, which might include:



• New Products — Packaging Systems Engineering

• New Equipment — Bottling, Cellar and Winery Engineering

• Projects — Lean 6 Sigma

• New Processes — Process Technology

• Continuous Improvement — Product and Warehouse Engineering

• Leadership — Team Leader

• Sales — Multiple Areas



Within each rotation, people generally steer towards a leadership role whether in a technical specialty or managing people. As a manager of people and teams, you might start as a lead engineer and can become a director. In a technical specialty, you could start as an associate engineer leading all the way up to Principal.



  • Internal Engineering Start Up

  • Capital Project Management & Process

  • Production & Manufacturing Systems

  • Process Technology & Distillation

  • Controls and Automation

  • Packaging & New Products

  • Power & Facilities



Operations Management Development Program (OMDP)



Gallo’s OMDP program is a selective leadership development program with a mission to train the next generation of operations people leaders for the winery.



Within each rotation, people generally steer towards a leadership role within our Operations areas. Business, Engineering, Technology and Life Science majors are encouraged to learn more about our OMDP program when we visit your Campus.



  • Bottling Operations

  • Water Initiatives

  • Start up Engineering

  • Process Technology

  • Engineering across many disciplines

  • Quality and Improvement