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Assistant Nutrition Scientist (2 years)
British Nutrition Foundation, London

A vacancy exists for a nutrition scientist to contribute to the Foundation’s scientific and education programmes. This role will allow an individual to gain experience of working in different aspects of BNF’s work. Specifically, it combines working on nutrition science and education projects, as well as supporting BNF’s awards, memberships, conferences, forums and other activities. The individual will also help with conference admin, routine nutrition enquiries, writing articles for consumers and healthcare professionals, and providing support to the Senior Leadership Team. The role offers opportunities to engage with a range of stakeholders, including government agencies, health professionals and the food industry.

The successful applicant will be a graduate nutrition scientist. Excellent writing, oral communication and organisational skills are essential. Other key skills are an ability to communicate and write well and an interest in enhancing IT skills. Experience of nutritional analysis software would be an advantage.

The post is full-time and London-based, and will require travel from time to time. Salary will be dependent on skills and experience and will include a healthcare package and pension contribution.

A letter of application with a full CV and contact (including email) details for two referees should be sent or emailed to Katie Relph, British Nutrition Foundation, Imperial House, 6th Floor, 15-19 Kingsway, London WC2B 6UN (email: k.relph@nutrition.org.uk) by 27 June 2017.

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Nutrition Scientist (maternity cover, 1 year)
British Nutrition Foundation, London

A vacancy exists for one year (maternity cover) for an experienced, innovative and talented nutritionist to help shape and contribute to the Foundation’s scientific programme. On offer is a highly varied role in public health nutrition, in which team work, project leadership and ability to keep abreast with developments in nutrition science and policy are key characteristics. The role offers opportunities to engage with a range of stakeholders, including government agencies, health professionals and the food industry.

The successful applicant will be a graduate nutrition scientist with a strong nutrition background, an established track record in nutrition research and communication and at least 3 years post-graduation experience in a nutrition related role.

Excellent writing, oral communication and organisational skills are essential, as is proven ability to critically appraise scientific information and to target written and oral communications to a range of audiences. The successful applicant will demonstrate enthusiasm and commitment to translate evidence based nutrition science to a range of audiences, and represent the Foundation externally at conferences, meetings and other events.

A PhD related to human nutrition would be an advantage, as would experience of carrying out reviews of scientific literature, developing online training, working with the food industry, government and the media.

The post is full-time and London-based, and will require travel from time to time. Salary will be dependent on skills and experience and will include a healthcare package and pension contribution.

A letter of application with a full CV and contact (including email) details for two referees should be sent or emailed to Ayela Spiro, Nutrition Science Manager, British Nutrition Foundation, Imperial House, 6th Floor, 15-19 Kingsway, London WC2B 6UN (email: a.spiro@nutrition.org.uk) by 30th June 2017.

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