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Graduate Job Graduate Food Technologist - New Product Development Assistant

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Discovery Graduates
Reference: FS30
Salary: 17000  

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A food related degree is essential. We are the leading innovative Fresh produce manufacturer and require a bright talented Food Technologist Graduate to join our New Product Development team. This is a new position to work closely with the Innovations manager on creative concept generation. The role will involve new product ideas, interfacing with customers and continuing the innovative reputation we have in the market. You must be able to demonstrate a real passion about fresh produce and creative ideas. This is a great opportunity to start your career with the market leaders in convenience fresh produce. Discovery Recruitment & Training are UK graduate specialists. We have roles for graduates in sales, engineering (mechanical, civil, electrical, production, process) and a variety of graduate management schemes. We cover the widest range of industries from food to freight, telecoms to I.T., insurance to FMCG, water to waste management, metallurgy to printing, automotive to construction and the list goes on! Discovery also ensure all roles include real training and career opportunities, with start salaries between ú14-24k depending on your location and experience. Our role is to help as many graduates as possible get their foot on the first (or even second) rung of the career ladder. Every graduate who comes to Discovery leaves us better equipped to get the job they want.

Location: West Midlands

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