This position is
responsible as the Pacific Cheese subject matter expert for all matters
related to nutritional labeling (NLEA), FDA/USDA regulations and standards,
principles of nutrition and food science, export product document
preparation and declarations as relate to the aforementioned standards.
·Provide broad-based labeling and nutrition guidance, from
sales concept through successful product launch, ensuring the technical
accuracy of product labels, packaging materials and product specification
label and case graphics for technical accuracy.
·Ensure that all specification sheets include pictures of
label/case graphics to promote accurate visual identification of the
to requests for general nutritional and ingredient questions using standard
complete customer and product specific files including approved proof
graphics in an organized and readily accessible manner.
timely up-dates to shared data providers and customer specific websites.
with the greater Quality Assurance department by way of cross training on
tasks related to product quality/safety and audit compliance.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
·Ability to manage multiple tasks in a fast paced
to adhere to aggressive deadlines and work with minimal direct supervision.
of the UPC System and Uniform Code Council Guidelines
verbal and written presentation skills
to interpret customer requirements and advise Sales, Marketing, Product
Development, QA, etc. through clear communication.
·BS in Food Science, Nutrition or a closely related field
years experience in the food/beverage industry,
primarily in regulatory affairs, regulatory compliance, nutrition or
working with and current knowledge of USDA/FDA Regulations as they pertain
to labeling, standards of identity, allergens and food safety.
Work is normally performed in a
warehouse/production type atmosphere where the temperature is as low as 32
degrees, low environmental temperature levels. Noise level in the
production environment may require use of hearing protection.
Requires standing for long periods of time, walk, climb stairs, frequent
lifting of material up to 50 pounds and frequent twisting, turning,
reaching, pushing, and pulling. Requires occasional sitting,
operating a computer keyboard, telephone and other office equipment.