Posted 6 months ago

CFPPS, a Leader in Food Safety, is now accepting applications for the Food Processing and Packaging Technologist/Engineer position at its facility in Dublin, CA.

CFPPS focuses on food safety, process engineering, thermobacteriology, aseptic and canning related testing, food spoilage diagnosis, validation of equipment, automated controls, and regulatory consulting, among other services.

The position provides laboratory and field testing services, process calculations, process deviation analysis, and over a period of time, expert assistance to food industry customers, including spoilage diagnosis and regulatory compliance assistance related to FDA and USDA/FSIS regulations. The position requires travel to client sites as need and sometimes on short notice. Some weekend travel is expected for customer assistance, as needed.

Minimum qualifications include a B.S. in Engineering or other Science based programs (a graduate degree is a plus). The candidate must also be a hands on, take charge as needed, and capable of independent logical decision making. Mechanical and computer skills are a must. Prior food industry experience is desirable.

This is a full-time position and is eligible for standard benefits after a brief waiting period. The laboratory operates weekends, so candidates must be willing to work some weekends.

Due to exposure to various food allergens in the laboratory environment, applicants with moderate-to-severe food allergies are discouraged from applying.

CFPPS requires that all employees be fully vaccinated (as defined by CDC guidelines) for COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 must be provided prior to or at the time of hire.

To apply for this position please, access the company’s job posting at:

After navigating to the URL listed above, you will be asked to complete optional self identification surveys and submit your cover letter, resume and references in a combined, single PDF.

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