Nutella Is Hiring 60 People to Taste Test Their Products
This story originally appeared on People.com by Jessica Fecteau.
The "sensory judges" will learn how to judge the products featuring cocoa, hazelnut and semi-finished sweets during a three-month course. The classes will begin on September 30 and will teach the new part-time employees how to "hone their sense of taste and smell" and the correct terminology to use while describing the products.
While the position requires no previous taste testing experience, it does require that you have no allergies and know how to use a computer.
This isn't the first time a company has put out a request for taste testers. In January, B&M, a supermarket chain in England, was looking to hire a Chicken Nugget Connoisseur, proving the job of your dreams really is out there if you just look hard enough.
This article originally appeared on People.com