Food Standards Agency
FSA is recruiting experts to join our Scientific Advisory Committees
Heather Hancock, Chairman of the FSA and the Professor Guy Poppy, the Chief Scientific Adviser, are inviting applications from science experts to join our Scientific Advisory Committees.
We are looking for committed, highly capable and motivated people to join three of our Scientific Advisory Committees including three new joint expert groups.
You will provide independent expert assessment of risks arising in food and from new food and feed products, additives, processes and packaging, working with us to help ensure food produced or sold in the UK is safe.
We are looking to fill 40 new positions to further strengthen the expertise in our Committees, ensuring that the UK’s regulation for food safety continues to be informed by the best independent scientific advice.
How to apply
For more information on the roles and how to apply visit our Scientific Advisory Committees recruitment page.
The closing date for receipt of completed applications is Friday 4 January 2019.
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