The resource will have the role of direct research and development and design manager of technological innovations together with the company administrator and commercial figures in the sector of semi-finished products for ice cream, pastry and confectionery industry. He will be responsible for studying products and semi-finished products for ice cream, pastry and confectionery industry and analyzing and designing new solutions for different purposes;
– It will manage all the activities necessary to improve the semi-finished products for ice cream, pastry and confectionery already produced and marketed by the company, and to create new products, develop new technical production processes increase production yields seek solutions for pilot and industrial processes for new ones sectors
– He will coordinate the activities and the staff employed in the various research and development projects, and within the laboratory, ensuring their implementation within the established time frame.
– It will finalize the research and development activity by taking care of the concrete application of the semi-finished product or the researched and / or developed product.
Interfaces with the Production Manager and the commercial area
The R&D Manager must have scientific skills and should possess, in addition to specific knowledge, strong autonomy and ability to manage and motivate collaborators.
Minimum experience of at least 3 years in a similar role through other companies in the Pharmaceutical or Microbiological Food sector. Degree request: Biotechnology, Agri-food science and technologies, Microbiology Technologies of food fermentation. Excellent knowledge of English.
We offer an initial full-time contract and direct entry into the company for an indefinite period.
To apply, attach your curriculum by entering your consent to the processing of personal data pursuant to Article 13 of the 2016/679 European Regulation. The research is addressed to both sexes (L.903 / 77 and 125/91), and to all nationalities pursuant to Legislative Decree 215/03 and 216/03