A recognised establishment who provide the food and drinks industry with technical support and keep them updated on legislative and regulatory requirements for their industries. Due to movements within the team they are now looking for a talented Food / Regulatory Technologist to support their technical team at their swanky central London offices. This is a fixed term contract and on a part time basis.
You’ll be an integral part of the technical team. Your key responsibilities will include:
• Acting as the first point of call for food manufacturing businesses, the media and public who may have technical or regulatory queries.
• Providing technical support to managers with ad-hoc projects as well as organising meetings and follow up actions.
• Drafting articles for the monthly newsletter, amending the company website and supporting the development of policy positions.
• Collecting, analysing and presenting data throughout the company on specific technical and regulatory topics.
Suit a Technical and Regulatory professional who has previously worked in a similar technical support role within the food industry, ideally within a food manufacturing environment. You’ll have the ability to organise a diverse workload and sustain a range of working relationships. You must have excellent administrative capabilities alongside a keen eye for detail as you will be analysing legislative documents. Alongside excellent communication and organisation skills you’ll also need to be proactive and able to use your own initiative, thinking outside the box to consistently reach and exceed high standards.
If you are committed to achieving exceptional product quality then we’d like to hear from you. Apply now or call us on 0345 2600 737 to find out more.
Although we do our utmost to respond to all applicants, there are times when this is just not possible due to sheer volume so if you have not heard from us within 5 working days then we are sorry to say your application for this role has not been successful.
Also, please note that we are only able to accept and respond to applications from candidates with eligibility to work in the UK and those who hold valid work visas.