Sensory Lab Manager
As Sensory Lab Manager, you will play a key part in developing the sensory capability at our new European Innovation Hub in Lübeck (near Hamburg, Germany). Joining us is your opportunity to lead a cutting-edge sensory program, which directly informs product development and commercialization. You can make a big impact on the Tate & Lyle business by creating, then implementing, innovative methodologies and best practices.
This is a hands-on research role, supported by a Sensory Technician (at times, you may need to work autonomously or with contractors). You’ll also liaise directly with our customers to provide cross-category commercial product support. The primary focus is Europe. However, as a member of our global team, you’ll get to connect and collaborate with international colleagues in other regions. If you have sensory expertise in consumer-based products, with an appetite to build something new, we’d love to hear from you. About us
At Tate & Lyle, we are dedicated to making more than extraordinary ingredients. We are purpose driven company dedicated to improving lives for generations through supporting healthy living, building thriving communities, and caring for our planet. The Application and Technical Services Team are passionate food technologists, working across our Soups, Sauces and Dressings, Dairy and Baby Food or Bakery, Beverage and Confectionary categories. Whether its research and experimentation to create innovative products for our portfolio or applying knowledge of ingredient technology to solve the Customer challenges, they are experts in their field, committed to providing healthier food solutions across the world. Location
Less than an hour from Hamburg, our Lübeck site, is soon to become our new regional innovation hub with expanded lab and pilot plant facilities, enhanced analytical and sensory centre, onsite training centre and new meeting spaces. For an insight into the work undertaken at this site, we were fortunate to have FoodNavigator profile us in the following article: Inside the lab: Tate & Lyle reveals on-trend prototypes