Job Descriptions

You’ll be involved in the planning, development and implementation integrated marketing campaigns which promote one or more of your company’s products, or the company itself.

Your aim is to help maximise profits through increased sales or market share on the company’s range of products by developing sales strategies that fit with the needs of your customer base....

As marketing manager, your job is to plan and deliver the best ways to promote your company’s products for highest return.

You’ll use all of your expertise and creativity to make sure that your company’s new products are launched successfully and sales of current products are maintained and grown....

As a Meat Hygiene Inspector, you’ll work in a slaughterhouse or meat processing plant and ensure that all meat is being produced safely and in accordance with relevant laws.

The role of the retail merchandiser is extremely important to the financial well-being of any organisation as they decide which products to purchase and how these are displayed to best effect.

You’ll be involved in all aspects of bringing a new product to market - from the initial concept right through to product launch.

You’ll be the key customer contact for all issues concerning the products you’re working on, keeping them informed of any outcomes and making sure that all their needs are met....

You’ll be involved in all aspects of bringing a new product to market - from the initial concept right through to product launch.

You’ll be the key customer contact for all issues concerning the products you’re working on, keeping them informed of any outcomes and making sure that all their needs are met....

Your job as Operations Team Leader in a food manufacturing company is to make sure that your team of production operatives work together to achieve production targets.

You’ll be responsible for everything that affects your production area during your shift - which means you need to be constantly on the ball making sure everyone is doing what they’re supposed to with no problems that might cause shortages or bottlenecks which could lead to customers not receiving orders on time....

As a Packaging Designer, you’ll be responsible for the creation of attractive, functional packaging for food products made by your company.

You’ll probably spend about a third to a half of your time actually designing packaging - and the rest working on production costs, meeting with colleagues to discuss your work and meeting with customers to fine-tune what you’re designing....

You’ll be your company’s expert when it comes to identifying and developing new packaging technologies and designs from first thoughts through to commercial roll-out.

You’ll use your knowledge of various packaging technologies to ensure that the packaging you develop meets rigorous standards....

As Packaging Manager you’ll be responsible for all of the work in your company that is related to product packaging, so you’ll lead a department that provides accurate and timely provision of packaging information, new packaging development, stock management, forecasting and customer relationship management....