Food Technologist based in Scotland

Our client, a world leader in the food industry based in Scotland, is currently looking for a Food Technologist to join their team. Working in a high-risk environment, you will be responsible for the following:

  • Sourcing raw ingredients and other consumables to the product application test laboratory.
  • Planning and organising machine maintenance.
  • Providing technical support to other departments.
  • Maintaining all departmental records whilst ensuring all food safety and hygiene standards within the food production area are met.
  • New product trials.

You must be qualified to minimum degree level or possess equivalent industrial experience as a food technologist along with a demonstrable and successful track record in working within a meat products manufacturing environment. You will also be competent in completing complex projects to tight deadlines. The role also requires excellent communication, organisational and problem solving skills. In return, you will receive an attractive package which includes annual bonus, stakeholder pension and generous holiday entitlement together with rewarding career opportunities.

This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated and professional Food Technologist to join a world-class leader in food manufacturing.

If you would like to hear more about this Food Technologist role, please contact Barney Smith on 0191 384 8905 or email, quoting reference DH19028 in all correspondence.

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