Summary: The primary role of the Sensory
Technologist is to provide sensory expertise through assisting the Sensory
Specialist with sensory projects throughout the organization. A core
capability required is to possess a solid understanding of different sensory
testing methods (Descriptive, Discrimination, and Affective), and
statistical techniques, to facilitate business decision making, and provide
recommendations to key stakeholders.
Key areas of focus
for this role include:
the Sensory Program and Schedule
and prepare sensory samples for in-house panels
laboratory tests to verify conformity to specification
with the recruitment and training of Sensory Panelists
the New Product Development, and Innovation process as required
through various phases including concept definition, matching and
analysis, commercialization and shelf-life.
- Seeks opportunities to continuously improve
sensory testing and methodology at Baldwin Richardson Foods.
Bachelorís Degree in
related science discipline and three years of sensory related experience
and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must
have general knowledge of sensory methodology, including use of
discrimination, and descriptive techniques.
Foods manufacturers and supplies custom developed products and ingredients
for the foodservice industry and CPG companies. We also manufacture and
market our own consumer brands including Mrs. Richardsonís Ice Cream
Toppings and Nanceís Mustards and Condiments.
Our passion for our customers and their brands helps define, grow, and
protect value. This goal is achieved through creative custom formulation,
unique innovation, and uncompromising quality. We constantly strive to
provide industry insights and capabilities that exceed customer
Baldwin Richardson Foods is headquartered in Frankfort, Illinois with
manufacturing facilities in Macedon, New York and a
manufacturing/distribution center in Williamson, New York.
As an equal
opportunity employer, Baldwin Richardson Foods Co. is committed to a
diverse workforce. In order to ensure reasonable accommodation for
individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the
Vietnam Veteransí Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I
f the American with Disabilities Act of 1990, applicants that require
accommodation in the job application process may contact 315-986-2727 for