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Food Law Advisor (Alcohol Specialist)

Post Date: 09/16/2019
End Date:  09/17/2022
Recruiter: b3 jobs
Location: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Salary: Unspecified
Job category: Quality Assurance (QA)
Employment type: Any ,
Employer or agency: Direct Employer
Job role: Food Law Advisor (Alcohol Specialist)
Job reference: 1229721284

Food Law Advisor (Alcohol Specialist) Job ref: 62332 | £35,000 - £38,000 | South East / Home Counties The company The business provides scientific, technical, and legislative support to the food, drinks and allied industries worldwide. The practical application of technical excellence lies at the heart of all that they do and is supported by their industry-leading facilities, expertise and knowledge. The job This is an exciting time to join the team as the business is experiencing considerable success and growth and have been heavily investing in the staff, equipment and infrastructure of their sites. The purpose of the Food Law Advisor is to help clients and internal teams consistently and efficiently meet complex, demanding and evolving legal requirements in Regulatory Affairs, with respect to this specific role, a strong emphasis on alcoholic beverages. The job holder is responsible for responding to client enquiries and the initiation and management of high value, food law related consultancy projects. You will further manage the relationships with clients and external partners, leading to the initiation of new business opportunities, proposing new regulatory services plus suggesting improvements to current services and policies. Your experience To be considered for the Food Law Advisor role, you will be educated to a degree level plus possess a scientific background/work experience in the brewing and/or alcoholic drinks industry. You will also possess a knowledge of food law, ideally acquired in a commercial, enforcement or policy setting. You will be a confident communicator, have strong project management and presentation skills plus a full UK valid driving licence is also required due to site location. More details The Food Law Advisor job is based in the South East / Home Counties region and is paying £35,000 - £38,000 according to individual skills and previous experience plus excellent benefits including 25 days holiday, holiday buying/selling scheme, pension scheme, private medical insurance, subsidised restaurant and ongoing company supported training. The working hours are Monday to Friday. How to apply If this really sounds like you and you want to be considered for the Food Law Advisor job, please click the Apply button. Or, alternatively you can apply directly for this job, by emailing me, Suzy Standen-Payne, . quoting job reference 62332. What happens next? On applying for this job, you consent to b3 jobs ltd holding your details on file to be able to contact you about your job search, for full details of our GDPR policy, please refer to the b3 jobs website. We aim to contact you within 24 hours on the assumption that your credentials fit the requirements for the role. b3 jobs is a professional, friendly and progressive food recruitment consultancy established in 2000 dedicated to the food manufacturing industry. We are a market leader for permanent jobs within food and drink manufacturing throughout the UK. All of our consultants have considerable experience in recruitment so you can be confident that they will have your best interests at heart when finding the perfect job for you. We deal with food jobs covering product development / NPD, quality assurance / QA, technical, process, production, operations, planning, supply, sales, account management, engineering, microbiology, food technology, specifications, marketing, logistics, purchasing, hygiene and auditing. We cover all job levels including Assistants, Technologists, Technicians, Supervisors, Team Leaders, Managers and Directors.


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