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Food Industry Field Scientist 9-P11 - Michigan
$19.00 - $32.02 Hourly
Permanent Full Time
Agriculture and Rural Development
5/7/2017 11:59 PM Eastern
SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING (SEIU)
The purpose of the Food Industry Field
Scientist's job is to serve the people of the State by assuring them safe,
high quality food products. Under direct supervision, this position ensures
the safety of the food supply and economic welfare of the people of Michigan
by: Inspecting food processing plants, bakeries, retail stores and
warehouses for compliance with state laws and regulations related to
sanitation, construction and adulteration of food; investigating foodborne
illnesses and other consumer complaints and, by enforcing rules related to
the packaging and labeling of food products.
Required Education and Experience
Possession of a bachelor's degree in animal science, biochemistry, biology, chemistry, environmental health, food science/technology, microbiology, toxicology, veterinary science, or a related field including 10 semester (15 term) credits in a combination of biology and/or chemistry courses.
Food Industry Field Scientist 9
No specific type or amount is required.
Food Industry Field Scientist 10
One year of professional experience in the enforcement of laws pertaining to the production, transportation, and storage of food products equivalent to a Food Industry Field Scientist, including one year equivalent to a Food Industry Field Scientist 9.
Food Industry Field Scientist P11
Two years of professional experience in the enforcement of laws pertaining to the production, transportation, and storage of food products equivalent to a Food Industry Field Scientist, including one year equivalent to a Food Industry Field Scientist 10.
Additional Requirements and Information
View the entire job
specification at: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/FoodIndustryFieldScientist_11981_7.pdf
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State of Michigan
400 South Pine Street
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