Food Regulatory Analyst

Food Regulatory Analyst


Reference: 19745


Our Surrey-based client provides expertise and support to the global food and beverage sector. They provide practical solutions that cover all stages of a product’s life cycle from consumer insight, ingredient innovation and sensory testing to food safety consultancy and global regulatory advice. 


They are now actively seeking to appoint two regulatory analysts in advisory roles. Working in a open plan office with a highly cooperative team, you will provide remote advice to customers worldwide. You will be required to conduct research into your own regions' local regulations and laws which will involve both internet research and contacting local administrative bodies. You will therefore need to be highly competent in both spoken and written communication, both in English and one or more additional languages.


- Languages currently sought for new advisors will be Dutch or Arabic, and any fluency in a third language besides English will be highly advantageous. 

- Additionally, you should be qualified to degree level or equivalent in food science or another scientific discipline

- You should possess some knowledge and understanding of the food industry, or have some working knowledge of regulatory affairs

- Most importantly you will be able to effectively build working relationships with clients, colleagues and external contacts in order to best represent the company throughout the global marketplace


In return, my client is committed to supporting employees and make a focussed effort to offer bespoke training to allow each individual to thrive within their environment and realise personal potential. The position also offers a competitive salary and bonus package.


Location: Surrey

Role: Permanent

Salary: Up to £30,000 depending on experience


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Contact Details:
SCI Recruitment for Scientists
Tel: 01606 818290
Contact: Tom Lester
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