You’ll be working hard to create and build key relationships within your company’s customer base, which is likely to include one or more of the major supermarket chains.
As a Customer Insight Manager you’ll have been allocated a specific area of work on which to focus and this will depend on what your company actually manufactures and sells.
The job will mean that your time will mostly be spent analysing key data and using the insights gained to effectively forecast future sales and prices, help develop marketing strategies for your specific category and ensure that waste levels are minimised.
The company development chef specialises in the development of new food products.
This normally happens by testing different recipes for products that maintain their flavour, appearance and texture after they’ve been processed, sold by the retailer and then reheated by the customer....
New Product Development technologists work in the food industry to create food that is safe and attractive to customers.
You’re going to be concerned with planning the large scale manufacture of food products and this’ll involve producing samples and designing the processes that will enable these to be made in large quantities without any loss of quality or taste....
You’ll manage the maintenance function in your company which means looking after all the plant and equipment in the company or your part of it.
You’ll have responsibility for leading the maintenance team, preventive maintenance systems, spare parts and stores.
Your job will involve making sure that breakdowns leading to lost production are minimised and everything proceeds smoothly and on schedule.
This means planning, directing and coordinating activities on day to basis.
As a financial manager in a food processing or manufacturing company you’ll be responsible for providing financial and analytical support, and using your insight to assist the sales and profitability of your employer and ensuring that important decision-making around financial issues is effective and based on sound knowledge.
The food photographer takes pictures of food for packaging, magazine articles, cookbooks, and advertisements.
The pictures taken must evoke the delicious smell, texture and taste of the product and this takes a high degree of expertise to get absolutely right every time.
It’s all about getting prospective customers to buy the product!...
Engineers form a critical part of a food & drink manufacturing and are in very high demand – get qualified and you’ve a great career ahead of you. With many sites working 24/7 and processes becoming ever more automated, the need for equipment and machinery to be well maintained and available for use at all times is vital to production.
A range of Engineering and Engineering Maintenance roles exist across Mechanical and Electrical disciplines. Most food manufacturing and processing companies will employ Multi-Skilled Engineers and more specialist Automation / Electrical Engineers.
Use you skills and expertise to reduce the risk of injuries, accidents and other health issues within your food manufacturing company.
You’ll ensure everyone in the company understands their responsibilities and fully complies with relevant health and safety legislation and associated company policies and ways of working.
You’ll be responsible for promoting a safe working culture in your company , have an eye for detail and be able to communicate effectively at all levels in your organisation.
The HR Administrator has a role combining the roles of HR and Administration and is responsible for delivering a complete administrative service to the rest of the team.
You’ll be responsible for all of the information relevant to HR including record keeping and reporting and making sure that everything you do is carried out to a consistently high standard.
This means that you will provide a supporting role to a team of specialists and freeing them up to spend as much time as possible on high value activities; so, the role of HR Administrator is therefore extremely important.