Flexible work policies in terms of core hours and working from home. Please talk to us during the recruitment. process about what flexibility could look like for you!
Genuine opportunities for career and personal development.
Modern “smart office” locations providing agile & collaborative workspaces.
Dynamic international working environment.
Attractive additional benefits.
As a Regulatory and Scientific Affairs Trainee, you will be working in close collaboration with marketing, product developers, nutritionists, legal counselors, and quality experts, not only within Switzerland but also within the European Union. You will ensure the regulatory compliance of raw materials, recipes and product declarations and contribute to the development of labels and communication materials on a multilingual basis.
We offer a dynamic, inclusive, and international working environment with many opportunities across different companies, functions, and regions. Don’t miss the opportunity to join us and work with different teams in an agile and diverse context.
A Day in the Life of a Regulatory and Scientific Affairs Specialist
•Ensure raw material and recipe compliance with Swiss Food Regulations, internal Guidelines, and international Standards
•Establish product declarations in French, German and English and harmonize it with the relevant EU markets to guarantee consistency across all languages
•Support the development of consumer-friendly product labels and communication materials in compliance with the Swiss Food Law
•Foster internal network across different functions (Marketing, Regulatory & Scientific Affairs, Nutritionists, Packaging Experts, Factories, Quality Assurance and Supply Chain)
What will make you successful
•Background in Food Science or related fields (Science, Technology) and/or experience in Food Industry
•Good communication and teamwork skills
•Good organization skills with solution-oriented mindset
•Ability to link with other scientific/technical disciplines (e.g. nutrition, analytical chemistry)
•Good command of English, French and German (Ideally French or German as a mother tongue with good understanding of the other working languages)