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Director Food Safety Microbiology - Maryland

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100,000.00 - 140,000.00 /YEAR


The Senior Technical Food Microbiologist serves as a technical resource for Nutritional Chemistry and Food Safety. This individual takes a lead role in interfacing with clients specifically involving technical expertise problem solving and business development activities. They also provide technical assistance internally maintaining very high technical standards for microbiological team. Responsibilies: Acts as primary scientific authority for microbiological testing in Nutritional Chemistry and Food Safety. Functional responsibility for a high volume microbiology testing laboratory. Manages staff in the laboratory. Responsible for selecting methodology and assuring appropriate techniques used for microbiological testing in multiple food matrices. Responsible for financial performance microbiological lab at the site. Consults with clients to determine technical requirements and to suggest plans to accomplish these needs. Assesses interest and feasibility of research projects requiring a high degree of creativity and technical organization. Discusses technical problems or scope changes with the client suggests solutions and actions to solve assay problems. Monitors evaluates and reviews the scientific performance of assays. Provides clients with periodic updates including technical and time/cost issues. Performs scientific mentoring activities e.g.; training study specific techniques assisting with complex analytical work/problem solving. Education/Qualifications: PhD in Microbiology plus 5 years experience in the food industry; B.S. or M.S. in Microbiology plus 10-15 years experience in the food industry. Recognized expert in Food Microbiology Experience in a high volume high throughput microbiology lab. Experience developing or modifying microbiology methodology.


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