This trusted and recognised establishment works in partnership with the food & drink industry, communicating food industry values and concerns to regulators, consumers and the government. Working with a variety of businesses, from household names to the brands of tomorrow, they provide technical, regulatory and legislative support. They are now looking for a commercially astute Technical & Regulatory Executive to join their technical and commercial teams at their central London offices.
You’ll be an integral part of the technical team. Your key responsibilities will include:
- Acting as the main point of contact for food manufacturing businesses with regard to technical and regulatory developments, including food safety and health.
- Provide technical support on food policy issues and develop policy position papers, respond to consultations and gather supporting data.
- Liaise with policy committees, government departments, European Associations and other stakeholders on the development of policy positions. This will include attending external meetings and some travel to European meetings.
- Analyse, summarise and disseminate technical documents in a timely and accurate manner on food issues from UK and EU regulators and institutions.
This role would suit a Technical and Regulatory professional who has previously worked in a similar technical or regulatory role within the food & drink industry and has gained technical expertise in food safety and regulatory issues.
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, policy proposals and technical data.
If you feel you have the technical knowledge and influencing skills to thrive in this role then we’d love to hear from you. Apply now or get in touch with Dhrutee to find out more – Tel: 0345 2600 737 or email us at, email@example.com.
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.