Food Manufacturing Research Scientist Jobs in North Carolina
3 North Carolina Food Manufacturing Research Scientist jobs found on Monster.Jobs 1 to 3 of 3
Cameron Craig Charlotte, NC
We have been engaged to find an experienced Food Scientist with hands-on experience in new product development from concept to commercialization. The Food Scientist must be a creative, roll up your sleeves and jump in person to learn a new company, technology, people and make assessments to enhance, improve and propel the company's manufacturing operations. Ideal candidate has an advanced degree ...
Responsible for supporting business objectives related to the continued delivery of quality products using the highest scientific standards. Act as a resource or consultant with customers to address needs related to existing and new product questions. The selected candidate will work alongside other individuals in functional work groups to take new, improved and optimized products from concept thr...
Sealed Air Corporation Charlotte, NC
Overview: Sealed Air Corporation creates a world that feels, tastes and works better. In 2013, the Company generated revenue of approximately $7.7 billion by helping our customers achieve their sustainability goals in the face of today’s biggest social and environmental challenges. Our portfolio of widely recognized brands, including Cryovac® brand food packaging solutions, Bubble Wrap® brand cus...
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