$100,000 a Year to Taste Test Candy! Yes, REALLY!

$100,000 a Year to Taste Test Candy! Yes, REALLY!


by Chris Durst      Aug. 3, 2022

Candy House is looking for a work from home “Chief Candy Officer”!

The position is open to anyone ages 5+ residing in North America. All you need is a passion for candy, pop culture, and a sweet tooth!

The “job” involves:

  • Taste test 3500+ products on a monthly basis
  • Become the head taste tester
  • Approve candy inventory and reward spotlight treats the official “CCO (Chief Candy Officer) Stamp of Approval”
  • Decide which new products Candy Funhouse will carry
  • Lead the “FUNhouse” Candy Strategy
  • Run candy board meetings
  • All things FUN!

As you might imagine, there will be fierce competition for this single opening.

By the way, the job comes with a dental plan. 🙂

Here’s what the company has posted about this opportunity:

“Candy Funhouse is looking for a Chief Candy Officer!

Reporting To: CEO

Hours: Full-Time or Part-Time

Pay Rate: $100,000 annually

Candy Funhouse is THE largest online candy store that specializes in all things confectionery with over 3500 products to choose from. We believe that candy is universal and that the sweetness of enjoying a special treat unites us all. No matter where you are from, candy is a language of FUN that we all speak and can relate to – and we love making our customers smile!

Do you love all things candy and chocolate? Are you passionate about confectionary treats and exploring unreleased and existing products? If so, this is the PERFECT position for you!

We are looking for the world’s first and only Chief Candy Officer! This opportunity is work-from-home with the option to work out of either Toronto, Canada (Canadian Residents) or Newark, New Jersey (American Residents), paying up to $100,000 annually to lead the “FUNhouse” Candy Strategy. This includes approving all candy in inventory and deciding whether or not to award each treat with the official “CCO (Chief Candy Officer) Stamp of Approval”.

Being the Chief Candy Officer at Candy Funhouse is much more than just fun and games, it’s serious candy business! The Chief Candy Officer will be responsible for deciding which new candy products Candy Funhouse will be carrying, leading candy board meetings, being the head taste tester, and taking charge on all things fun!

Best of all, like the love of candy – the position isn’t bound by age! The position is open to anyone ages 5+ residing in North America. All you need is a passion for candy, pop culture, and a sweet tooth!

The candidate will be put through extensive palate training and much more. The Chief Candy Officer should put fun at the forefront of their daily routine.

Candy Funhouse aims to be the trendsetters in the candy-verse and needs a CCO to bring “FUN” to new levels!


Responsibilities and Duties for the Chief Candy Officer:

  • Taste test 3500+ products on a monthly basis
  • Become the head taste tester
  • Approve candy inventory and reward spotlight treats the official “CCO (Chief Candy Officer) Stamp of Approval”
  • Decide which new products Candy Funhouse will carry
  • Lead the “FUNhouse” Candy Strategy
  • Run candy board meetings
  • All things FUN!

Requirements:

  • Enthusiasm and eagerness to try confectionary products
  • Creative mind
  • Natural born leader
  • Golden taste buds
  • Obvious sweet tooth
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Fluent in English
  • No food allergies
  • Knows how to have FUN!

Experience:

  • No previous experience necessary
  • Applicants who have an interest in candy, pop culture and media is a bonus.
  • The deadline for submitting your application is August 31, 2022.

…and yes, the position does come with an extensive dental plan!”

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