Be a part of the Subway®
Group – the world’s largest quick service restaurant franchisor and
recognized leader in the Quick Service industry. With more than
44,000 restaurants in over 100 countries we continue to add
talent to our team at our global headquarters in Milford, Connecticut.
The Food Scientist (protein)
position will support the commercialization team for North America by
facilitating plant visits, sample evaluations, operations and product
include, but are not limited to:
Evaluate the quality of existing products and manage
vendor performance. Provide guidelines to manufacturers for matching
prototypes, product improvements and set product specifications.
Review supplier approval documents for food safety and production
Coordinate the commercialization of the national rollout
of all new and improved menu items. Develop and manage
actionable timelines outlining key responsibilities and critical
Direct suppliers in implementing new ideas into products
and processes. Manage and coordinate test programs.
Coordinate with purchasing team and supplier to develop
quality improvements or value added alternatives that meet company
objectives. Identify potential supply partners and key operating
candidate will have:
Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science, Food Science or
3+ years prior relevant
Experience necessary for effective
communicator with a proven ability to interact with multi-level
personnel, suppliers and other outside contacts.
Ability to work independently and willingness to travel
Excellent technical writing skills.
Should be an analytical thinker with an
ability to identify problems and generate resolutions.
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and Power point.
Note: We sincerely
appreciate your interest! Due to the heavy volume of applications we receive
only those candidates selected for further employment screening will be
contacted by our office. No phone calls, please. Sorry, no relocation
can be provided.
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applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed
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individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation
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