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Technical & Regulatory Project Co-Ordinator

The People Co. / Assure Jobs
London (Hybrid)
Circa £28,000 plus 10% Bonus and Healthcare
Closing date
19 Jul 2024

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Contract Type
Graduate, Quality Assurance, Technical, Scientist
Business Sector
Food Manufacturing

Job Details

The Company / Role.

A global business, iconic brands, a rich heritage, a leading food/drinks organisation, multi-sited factories across most continents… these are all hallmarks of this blue chip, instantly recognisable business. Their values embrace serving customers with quality products again and again and their culture enables their management and operational teams to aspire to greater achievement and the fulfilment of career aspirations. 

As the business continues to grow, this role is to co-ordinate the regulatory and analytical inputs to operational projects which deliver introductions and changes to the business’s product portfolio. Reporting to the Director Scientific Affairs, the Project Co-ordinator provide a bridge between the internal teams and the outsourced provider, managing regulatory and analytical support for projects that span our international markets.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Organising and implementing annual analytical surveillance testing plan
  • Liaising with 3rd party provider on all regulatory review requests
  • Managing workflow between internal marketing and projects teams and 3rd party provider
  • Ensuring 3rd party provider has correct / complete information to carry out regulatory requests
  • Create and/or provide guidance for ad-hoc project briefs for 3rd party provider
  • Tracking turnaround times / results / costs / and reporting against KPIs
  • Management of product certifications for new products (organic / kosher etc.)
  • Prepare and provide technical specifications / documentation for customers
  • Organising product shelf life studies with 3rd party provider
  • Deal with ad-hoc consumer complaints

People Profile:

  • To be qualified to degree level, preferably in a science related subject, such as Nutrition/Dietetics,  Food Science/Technology or Chemistry.
  • To have excellent organisational skills with the ability to manage changing priorities and work to deadlines.
  • The ability to positively challenge others and demonstrate initiative.
  • Pro-active, starter-finisher work approach.
  • A proactive approach to problem solving.
  • Knowledge of product labelling regulations and/or food product contaminant and nutrition requirements an advantage.
  • Experience of managing projects would be an advantage.
  • Delivering technical support for successful projects, on time, within budget and to a high standard
  • Challenge conventional thinking and find creative solutions
  • Continuous improvement for adaptive, agile and efficient processes
  • Learning the business – gaining a detailed understanding of products and processes

To apply, please e-mail in strict confidence, with your CV, including salary details, quoting the above reference and for the attention of James Constable 

Due to a high volume of responses, we cannot reply to each application individually. If you have not had a response within one week, we are sorry to say your application has not been successful on this occasion.



Regulatory, food safety and quality assurance teams are the industry’s gatekeepers, making sure nothing leaves without meeting the required standard. They fulfil an important role in safeguarding product integrity and protecting the reputation of a brand, by ensuring that product is safe, authentic and legal. Within our Assure division, we understand the very specific skillsets required for these vitally important roles. From quality assurance technologists, technical managers and food safety managers to heads of regulatory affairs, our People can help.

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