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Graduate Job Graduate New Product Development

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Discovery Graduates
Reference: VPTF10
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This is an exciting opportunity to join our New Product Development Team. We are one of the largest producers of meat products in the UK providing a vast choice to both the retail and foodservice markets. We pride ourselves on creating high quality food from farms in both the UK and Europe; with a commitment to quality and care.

What is exciting about this role?

To start with you will receive excellent training to equip you with the business and technical skills required for the role. The roel will offer real opportunities for progression and achievement.

What do we do?

We are a leader in our market with a portfolio of world famous brands. We pride ourselves on quality and care and are continually evolving product ranges to make sure we satisfy consumer needs. We have won and been finalists in many industry awards.

So where do you come in?

The New Product Development role is an exciting and creative position within our Technical division. You will be working on innovative new product ranges for our key clients.

What can we give you?

  • Full training and support
  • Excellent starting salary + benefits

What you need to demonstrate?

Either a food science or related degree, or relevant work experience in NPD.

Passion for Food

Full clean Driving License

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Discovery Graduates is one of the leading consultancies for companies looking to recruit Graduate talent.

Location: East England

Recruiter Details

Graduate Resource Team
Discovery Graduates
0121 212 3111

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