|Salary:||£32,995 Grade 7|
|Placed On:||31st January 2023|
|Closes:||21st February 2023|
As this vacancy has limited funding the maximum salary that can be offered is Grade 7, salary £32,995
Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract up to June 2024
This is an exciting opportunity to lead a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) between the School of Chemical Engineering at the University of Birmingham and Diageo Great Britain Limited. The Knowledge Transfer Partnership project will develop cream liqueur concentrate technology.
Please note that the successful applicant will be employed by the University of Birmingham but will be primarily based at Diageo Great Britain Limited’s premises in Bishop's Stortford.
About the Role
The successful applicant will devise processing protocols for stable cream liqueur concentrates, initially in the laboratory to understand formulation constraints at small scales. Successful formulations then will be scaled up stepwise to production in a pilot plant producing samples for consumer trials. Developing scientific understanding of cream liqueur processing, shelf-life tests and development of concentrate dilution technology are an integral part of the associate’s role. The successful applicant will have access to required analyses techniques at the university, as well as lab-scale processing equipment.
About Diageo Great Britain Limited
Diageo is a global leader in beverage alcohol with an outstanding collection of brands across spirits and beer categories. Further information about the company is available at: www.diageo.com/en
About Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
Further information is available at: www.birmingham.ac.uk/ktp
Essential person criteria
For further information please contact Professor Bettina Wolf, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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