Stop what you’re doing! Cadbury’s are hiring CHOCOLATE TASTERS and it sounds like the perfect job

by Jane McGuire |
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Chocoholics, we’ve got news that will make your day – Mondelez International, the firm behind Oreos and Cadbury’s are hiring for CHOCOLATE TASTERS and it sounds like a dream job.

Yes, you could be PAID to try tasty snacks in these four new roles. The company have uploaded a ‘Chocolate and Cocoa Beverage Taster’ role, and three positions as ‘Chocolate Tasters’.

According to the job description, to be in with a chance of bagging the job, you’ll need to be ‘eager to try new and inventive products’ and have a ‘passion for confectionary’. As part of the job, you will work alongside panellists to discuss ideas on what would make your favourite snacks even more delicious.

The role is only part time, requiring you to work 7.5 hours a week between 9.30am-12 noon on Tuesday to Thursday or 3pm-5pm Monday to Thursday, and pays £9 an hour. The job is based out of the University of Reading Consumer Science department, and will involve you consuming all the chocolate you can.

If this sounds like your dream role, you better get your skates on as applications closeon February 16th. Yum!

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