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Cargill Nutrition Lead in Chile

The Nutrition Leader position, located in Puerto Montt, is responsible for

  • Developing nutritional capabilities in theorganization to assure product performance in the market, aligned with currentand future needs.

  • Train teams on nutritional skills and knowledgeneeded to support sales.

  • Refine products specifications aligned with marketneeds.

  • The role also leads the development of macro andmicroingredients.

  • This role gives technical support for sales of growerand value-added products

  • Participates in the product design and is one ofthe decision makers to define formulation criteria for all products portfolio.

  • Develop nutritional knowledge and network needed tosupport new strategy/products for like SeaFood/MeatQ.Theperson in this position actively partners to secure intellectual property and ensure compliancewith appropriate regulatory and company policies. This position willrequire frontline communication with higher level project, technology andbusiness stakeholders, both delivering technical results and understandingbusiness and value drivers.

RequiredQualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree related careers and position.

    • 5 years experience in Animal Nutrition
  • Experience in R&D/innovation trials and development.

  • Experience in Statistical Analysis of biological data.

  • Ability to analyze results and use this analysis to make effectivedecisions

  • Flexible, organized, and demonstrated ability to handlechanging priorities.

  • Demonstrated understanding of the implications of other disciplines ontechnical problems

  • Effective communication skills (written and verbal)

  • Ability to demonstrate teamwork and collaboration on cross-functionalteams

  • Availability to relocate in Chile- Puerto Montt

  • English and Spanish fluency

Preferred Qualifications

  • Veterinarian, Food Ingenier, Marine Biologist,

  • Experiencewith Salmon/aqua nutrition and the employment of them to meet businessneeds.

  • Experience with biological data statistical analysis

  • Ability to utilize work plans or othertools to reduce project complexities. Decisions must be made on planning,direction and implementation of the project often in ambiguous situationswhere all needed information is not available.

  • Interaction with other team members to leverage capability and insureeffective and efficient problem solving. Ability to lead others team membersand peers by influence.

  • Strong learning agility and ability to connect dots in a process flow.

  • Ability to identifytechnical tasks to solve a business problem.

  • Ability to understandbusiness cost and value relationships.

  • Ability to understandbusiness systems and process flows within a business environment.

  • Understanding of legalimplications of actions and government regulations.

Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet.

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