Food Development Chemist-RES000446
- MI-Battle Creek
Innovate with us as
you successfully fulfill the role of scientist in the food chemistry
laboratory. You will demonstrate and/or develop expertise in the operation
of key analytical instrumentation and direct/perform analyses. Engage with
us with your creativity and problem solving skills to help ensure that the
Kellogg’s brand upholds the quality we are known for. While you are at it,
you’ll be building your network and expertise in a thriving environment of
professional development and teamwork. And together we’ll shape a stronger
future for our company and your career.
WHAT WILL I BE DOING?
In your role
as a Food Development Chemist at Kellogg, you will be part of our success
activities of one to four analysts
using state-of-the art instrumentation, developing new methods and new
approaches to resolve complex food-chemistry challenges.
Acting as a
technical resource to the Company, participating on project teams in
Research, Quality, and Product Development and providing support to
with customers to appropriately apply testing to meet project objectives
and problem solving a variety of technical issues on ingredients and
finished products, involving aspects of ingredient functionality,
processing, stability, and shelf life. Travel for project work and problem
solving is required
for maintaining state-of-the-art food science knowledge and laboratory
skills to meet business objectives
WHAT DO I NEED TO
As well as a
hunger to learn and succeed in Research and Development, to be considered
for this position you must be able to meet the following requirements:
Science Degree with significant experience, Master of Science Degree with
relevant experience, or Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Food Science or
related field with experience specializing in Spectroscopy and Image
Analysis of food using tools such as Infrared, NMR, X-Ray, Microscopy,
UV-VIS, and Raman
leadership with a customer service oriented mindset is critical to this
requires an individual to use critical thinking skills, creativity and
flexibility to successfully conduct project work and investigate and
develop experiments to solve technical problems on a variety of product and
candidate will be able to competently perform and direct hands-on laboratory
requires a Doctor of Philosophy degree with experience in Food Science,
Food Engineering or related field with a specialization in Spectroscopy and
Image Analysis using a variety of analytical techniques.
candidate will have a strong expertise in the use of NMR, Infrared
Spectroscopy, Raman, UV-VIS, hyperspectral imaging, X-Ray, Microscopy and a
working knowledge of mass spectrometry and separations science techniques
of foods, such as cereal, snacks, and raw materials.
ELSE DO I NEED TO KNOW?
role requires travel and flexibility in your schedule since you may have
the opportunity to travel 50-60 % of the time
Kellogg is an equal opportunity
employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin,
disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic
protected by law.
The ability to work a full shift, come to
work on time, work overtime as needed and the ability to work according to
the necessary schedule to meet job requirements with or without reasonable
accommodation is an essential function of this position.
: Research and Development
: USA-MI-Battle Creek -
: Jun 28, 2015,
Relocation Assistance: Yes