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Principal Scientist, Nutrition - NOAM

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Tate & LyleHoffman Estates, IL
  • Under the direction of the Sr. Principal Scientist with dotted-line to the Global Head of Nutrition and Regulatory Affairs, the Principal Scientist - Nutrition will be a part of the Global Nutrition team responsible for the development and execution of the nutrition research portfolio (pre-clinical, clinical and observational research) to support existing ingredients and new product development.
  • One of the key responsibilities of this role will be to lead the research-claims pathway execution and management.
  • This role will also work closely with NOAM commercial organization for customer support and lead the dissemination of nutrition science to various internal and external key stakeholder audiences in NOAM region.
  • Our purpose is simple: to help people all over the world make healthier and tastier food and drink choices, while supporting our communities and caring for our planet; not just today but for the future.
  • Tate & Lyle PLC is a leading global provider of food and beverage ingredients and solutions.
  • Supported by our 160-year history of ingredient innovation, we partner with customers to provide consumers with healthier and tastier choices.
  • If you want to be part of a collaborative team, with a passion for innovation, and dedicated to cutting edge science, please read on!
  • Lead the nutrition-research and claims pathway execution globally, by acting as the main liaison between the key stakeholders in ICD and regions as well as with the regulatory team
  • Propose and design research projects to support the Tate & Lyle product portfolio
  • Support nutrition research projects globally and regulatory activities in NOAM
  • Provide technical support to the region's key stakeholders (sales, product management, marketing, regulatory)
  • Communicate the ingredient / solution approaches that Tate & Lyle has developed to food and beverage manufacturers (potential and existing customers) across NOAM, as required
  • Collaborate with the Regulatory team to provide nutritional expertise into regulatory submissions and act as the main liaison for research claims activities globally
  • Keep abreast of emerging science and policy issues in the nutrition and health environment and identify nutrition-related business opportunities in the region
  • PhD in Nutrition or a related field
  • Strong experience designing and managing research projects
  • Preclinical and clinical study design, execution, and understanding of statistical analysis
  • Strong foundation in the food / food ingredients industry with experience and/or knowledge of the regulatory environment
  • Experience in engaging with NGO and health care professional organizations on nutrition science & policy issues
  • Good knowledge of sweeteners and carbohydrate nutrition will be advantageous
  • Strong track record of communicating successfully with technical and non-technical audiences through first class interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Excellent problem solving skills and ability to manage / prioritise multiple projects with complex scientific information requiring high attention to detail and intense deadlines
  • Evidence of forging strong relationships with internal stakeholders, i.e. sales, product managers, marketing, regulatory, applications, etc.
  • Evidence of forging strong relationships with external stakeholders i.e. customers / industry scientists, academic / institution / contract lab researchers, healthcare professionals / practitioners, etc.
  • Able to travel up to 20% of the time
  • Self-starter with an independent working style
  • Proven ability to manage several projects simultaneously
  • Strong team player, collaborative / collegiate working style, and supportive of colleagues globally to meet team goals
  • California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA")
  • The Company is committed to complying with the California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA") and all data privacy and laws in the jurisdictions in which it recruits and hires employees.
  • Tate & Lyle is an equal opportunity employer, committed to the strength of an inclusive workforce.

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