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Food Safety Authority of Ireland

Current Vacancies


Lead - Food Reformulation Taskforce (Contract role) 

A dedicated Reformulation Task Force, situated within the FSAI, has been established to implement and drive the actions in the Department of Health’s Reformulation Roadmap covering the period to the end of 2025. The person appointed will be responsible for the leadership of the Food Reformulation Task Force and delivery of the activities covered by the Food Reformulation Task Force Service Level Agreement with the Department of Health. The task force comprises a small team of nutritionists and/or dieticians together with an administrative assistant, dedicated to activities designed to bring about an improvement in the nutritional profile of food through reformulation by the food industry. 

Closing Date: 12 noon Thursday, 2nd December 2021

Job Information Booklet (English - Download PDF)

Leabhrán Faisnéise d’Iarrthóirí (Irish Version)

 

How to apply

  • In order to be considered for this process, you must upload both a CV and a Cover Letter, if you do not upload both your application will not be considered.
  • The system will only allow one document upload, Please ensure your upload your CV and Cover Letter together as one word document.
  • CVs or Cover letters will not be accepted via email.  


 

 


Chief Specialist, Environmental Health 

  The Chief Specialist, Environmental Health leads on all aspects of Environmental Health as relates to the FSAI remit. They play a critical and strategic role in protecting the consumer through supporting the FSAI and the Environmental Health Service and the food safety laboratory service of the HSE and other official agencies in the consistent and effective implementation and enforcement of food legislation. They lead on compliance building and development of compliance supports for a range of industry areas and engage with stakeholders to build compliance and a culture of food safety within Ireland’s food industry. The job holder will work with relevant government departments, including the Department of Health, with official agencies and national and international bodies. They provide leadership for the FSAI at national, EU and Codex level in influencing policy and legislation development and contribute to the development and delivery of the FSAI priorities in a range of areas relating to food hygiene and regulatory affairs.

Closing Date: 12 noon Thursday, 2nd December 2021

Job Information Booklet (English - Download PDF)

Leabhrán Faisnéise d’Iarrthóirí (Irish Version)


How to apply

  • In order to be considered for this process, you must upload both a CV and a Cover Letter, if you do not upload both your application will not be considered.
  • The system will only allow one document upload, Please ensure your upload your CV and Cover Letter together as one word document.
  • CVs or Cover letters will not be accepted via email. 


 



Chief Specialist, Veterinary Public Health

The Chief Specialist Veterinary Public Health plays a critical and strategic role in protecting the consumer through providing advice and support to all food safety personnel on the protection of the public from illness related to the consumption of foods of animal origin. They lead on compliance building and development of compliance supports for industry in relation to the production and processing of foods of animal origin and agricultural products and engage with stakeholders to build compliance and a culture of food safety within Ireland’s food industry. They also advise, interpret, and implement policy in relation to veterinary public health (VPH). They contribute to the development and delivery of the FSAI priorities in relation to animal health, foods of animal origin and hygiene in particular in relation to the service contracts with the official agencies, training, auditing, food incidents and investigations relating to foods of animal origin and agricultural products. They provide leadership for the FSAI at national, EU and Codex level in influencing policy and legislation development in the areas of Veterinary Public Health and foods of animal origin.

Closing Date: 12 noon Thursday, 2nd December 2021

Job Information Booklet (English - Download PDF) 

Leabhrán Faisnéise d’Iarrthóirí (Irish Version)


How to apply

  • In order to be considered for this process, you must upload both a CV and a Cover Letter, if you do not upload both your application will not be considered.
  • The system will only allow one document upload, Please ensure your upload your CV and Cover Letter together as one word document.
  • CVs or Cover letters will not be accepted via email. 

 

The FSAI encourage applications from diverse candidates. If we can make any accommodations to enable us to see the best version of you during interview, and/or in how you carry out your role in the FSAI, please let us know. All information disclosed will be kept confidential.