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Feed Researcher - Norway

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Skretting ARC is looking for two researchers with an innovative mindset and good collaboration skills to be key players in the development of novel aquafeed products and processes.

Researcher Protein Functionality

Key responsibilities:

  • Plan, coordinate and execute research studies related to protein functionality.
  • Test, evaluate and document novel concepts at our laboratory and pilot plant.
  • Communication of results and findings to our key stakeholders and assist in implementation.

Background and competencies:

  • PhD in (Bio-)Process Technology, Food or Feed Technology, Biotechnology, Materials Science or equivalent.
  • In depth knowledge about functionality drivers in proteins and how to best utilize, modify and optimize these.
  • Proven track record in the development of new concepts and technologies related to protein functionality.

 

Researcher Feed Production Technology

Key responsibilities:

  • Plan, coordinate and execute research studies related to process and product development.
  • Test, evaluate and document novel concepts at our pilot plant or external facilities.
  • Communication of results and findings to our key stakeholders and assist in implementation.

Background and competencies:

  • MSc in Process Technology, Food or Feed Manufacturing, Food Technology or equivalent.
  • Experience with main feed production operations such as extrusion, drying and (vacuum) coating.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop new concepts and technologies related to (aqua)feed production.

Job location is Stavanger, Norway. For further information contact Jan Jonkers, Manager Feed Production Skretting ARC, jan.jonkers@skretting.com.

Apply here by October 15.

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