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Fragrance Evaluation Manager (AE1549)

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PA-16120

location
Spain

company
Arthur Edward

Salary: EUR 40-42,000

Are you looking to sniff out a new fragrance evaluation role?

Would you like to relocate to the beautiful Spanish sunshine?

Jetting into the sunshine to join this innovative manufacturer using your fragrance evaluation experience to design, develop and roll out fragrance evaluation procedures, following NPD needs.

You will be responsible for defining and developing advanced sensory methodology to evaluate the most suitable fragrance for each product project within the parameters from R&D.

With your passion for fragrance and excellent communication you will create and lead fragrance evaluation panels and one-on-one interviews on the sensorial attributes of the proposed portfolio. The sensory data will then be analysed, interpreted and effectively communicated.

As well as real nose for the flavours you also have a great eye for detail ensuring all records are accurate and meet the strict regulations and compliance.

Ideally you will have working knowledge of all formulation formats i.e. aerosol, suspensions, emulsions, solid forms and gel to accompany your scientific degree.

If you have all the right base notes apply today.

CONTACT :

To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

E-mail your CV quoting the job title and AE number to ae@arthuredward.co.uk

Call our offices - Covent Garden 020 7866 8136, Ruscombe 01183 778 393
Heidi Bannister 07747 792 272 heidib@arthuredward.co.uk
Ana Filipa Calado 07792 958 152 anafilipac@arthuredward.co.uk
Joseph Bannister 07546 435 243 joeb@arthuredward.co.uk


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