Food Matters Careers

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The Food Matters Careers Portal is now open for registration

A picture of the Food Matters Careers Portal

The Food Matters Careers meeting and event portal, part of the wider Food Matters Careers Hub, is now open for registration. We hope that this community will not just celebrate and showcase the many rewarding careers on offer in food and nutrition but also facilitate strong connections between industry and universities and colleges as well as directly with future employees.

Benefits of registering on the portal include:

  • The opportunity for industry to connect with academia and candidates through virtual 1-2-1 meetings
  • Key vacancies from industry
  • Host your own profile, see other member profiles and benefit from the virtual events that will take place throughout the year providing access to webinars, roundtables and the opportunity to participate in 1-2-1 meetings with other members

We are pleased to confirm that students and recent graduates (students who graduated after January 2019) receive free access to the portal for 12 months.

Register here

About Food Matters Careers

The new careers hub will be a place to not only showcase the many different career opportunities in this sector at a time when building a sustainable future for food, health and nutrition has never been more important, but also help to forge long lasting connections between industry, academia and those seeking opportunities in the food and nutrition sectors.

From food science and technology, nutrition and dietetics, innovation and NPD to sustainable supply chain management, packaging design, creative marketing and strategic branding, the hub will provide a wealth of information and a place where industry can connect directly with academia and future employees.

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