Public Policy Responsibilities
IFT staff and members continuous and timely information on the status
and impact of science policy developments relative to nutrition
health & wellness
public comments on various topics related to food science, food
technology, human health, and related fields.
select public meetings, e.g., Congressional hearings and Government
advisory committee meetings that are of importance to the
Grants and Contracts Responsibilities
as the principal scientific and technical resource for internal
project staff and external project participants. May also serve
as Project Director on select tasks.
or assists in developing responses to requests for proposals from
government agencies and other organizations, ensuring that scientific
and technical issues are thoroughly addressed;
degree in the field of Food Science or Nutrition
connections within the global scientific and regulatory community,
government and industry preferred
in strategic planning, project management, staff management, and
building results oriented partnerships and alliances.
plus years of professional experience
in association or not-for-profit environment a plus
(or interest in) serving as media spokesperson preferred
The Institute of Food Technologists is proud to
offer the following benefits which include but, are not limited to:
Medical and Dental Insurance, Retirement Plan, Tuition Reimbursement
and Educational Assistance. To learn more about IFT, visit www.ift.org.
Please note! To be considered for this
Salary requirements must be included
Attach resume as either a MS Word doc or pdf
We are an EOE M/F/D/V employer.