High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 22nd June 2015 7:54pm
How do you fancy being paid to eat?
No, it's no joke: McCormick's are looking to recruit Food Tasters!
12.5 hours per week, part-time, permanent
Monday — Friday 9.30am — 12.00noon
Based in Haddenham.
Onsite staff parking and canteen
Pay rate £8.00 per hour
A fantastic opportunity to join an established team with a view to contributing greatly to product development. Full training will be given; however, you must be in good health, with no allergies/intolerances to any foods.
It is essential that you are prepared to taste a wide range of non-vegetarian foodstuffs.
You need to be computer literate and have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively within a team environment.
Most importantly, you must be an excellent time keeper, reliable, conscientious and willing to commit long term to this part-time role.
Please send your CV by email with an accompanying note to:
Please mention that you saw the advertisement on Haddenham.net.
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