• Research and Development (Grain & Dough ) Internship

    Job Locations US-OH-Columbus
    Posted Date 2 months ago(2/11/2019 10:38 AM)
    Requisition ID
    2019-1484
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Research and Development
  • Overview

    Are you looking for real life work experience to catapult your career? Are you passionate about making an impact on a growing organization focused on expanding current brands, acquiring new brands and capabilities, and optimizing the supply chain? 

     

    This is an exciting time to join an organization whose vision is to leave a legacy for those working to make T. Marzetti a “Better Food Company” and for those using our family of brands. Focused on exponential scale and growth, coupled with an egalitarian work environment, allows our interns the experience that they’re looking for to set them apart in their careers. If you are passionate about food formulation, optimization, and bench samples, we'd love to hear from you!

    Responsibilities

    • Lab development of line extension focused on:
      • Product formulation
      • Shelf-life testing
      • Sensory testing
    • Lead analysis for weight reduction
    • Create equipment SOPs for new innovation center
    • Attend all weekly lunch and learns
    • Present findings including ROI to senior leadership

    Qualifications

    • Current senior or graduate student with an accredited institution majoring in Research and Development, or a related field
    • Clear communication
    • Effective time management
    • Strong organization and project management
    • Food science principles and experiemental design expertise

    Competencies

    • Ability to develop quickly with relevant, on-target products
    • Communication Skills – presentations, report outs in meetings, running meetings
    • Drive for Results – independently advancing projects in the right direction and meeting timelines

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