Candy Funhouse, North America's largest online candy retailer, is searching for its first chief candy officer.
The full-time, work-from-home optional position pays $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."
The position is open to anyone age 5 and up residing in North America — no experience necessary.
The chief candy officer will be responsible for deciding which new products Candy Funhouse will carry, leading candy board meetings, and being the head candy taste tester. The candidate will be put through extensive palate training.
“Here at Candy Funhouse we’re all about FUN, and who better to set our FUNhouse strategy than someone that is a real candy fanatic," said Jamal Hejazi, CEO of Candy Funhouse. "Whoever lands this position better be ready for the ride of their lives, and to have chocolate flowing through their veins. I’m thrilled for all the candy adventures we have planned.”
Chief candy officer candidates should have an enthusiasm and eagerness to enjoy confectionery products. Candy Funhouse is looking for someone bold, creative, a natural-born leader, ready to try new things, and that will give their honest opinion on all the candy they try.
Candidates can apply on the Candy Funhouse website, and the deadline for applications is Aug. 31.