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You Could Get Paid to Taste Chocolate for Cadbury

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If you are a keen chocolate enthusiast and unemployed, today is your lucky day. Cadbury has recently opened a new position for the role of a chocolate taster.

According to Mondelēz International, their Chocolate Tasters are key in helping them perfect and launch an entirely new product all over the world by tasting and providing feedback.

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What SKILL SET is sought out?

No experience is required as full training will be provided to develop your taste buds and the specific vocabulary to communicate your opinions.

Some of the main responsibilities of a Chocolate Taster include being able to taste chocolate products and give an objective an honest opinion, ability to work within a team to share opinions and collaborate to reach an agreement on taste, as well as to be able to use a clearly defined vocabulary to describe products.

in order to be eligible to apply you should have a passion for confectionery as well as taste buds for detection.

You should be eager to try new inventive products as well as have honesty when it comes to giving your opinion.

One thing potential applicants should keep in mind though, is the fact that any dietary restriction requirements or food intolerance should deter them from applying as this positions might not be suitable for people who are lactose intolerant or vegan.

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What does the role involve?

Another important detail about this role is the fact that the successful candidate will get paid £10.75 per hour and that the role is based in Wokingham, Berkshire.

Also, this position is on a part-time basis. Working shifts can be of either 7.5 hours Tuesday-Thursday 12.15 pm – 2.45 pm; 8 hours Monday-Thursday 3 pm – 5 pm or 8 hours Monday – Thursday 10 am – 12 pm on a weekly ongoing basis.

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