It’s a simple, yet effective way to share and market your handmade chocolate.
We recommend this approach for both a newbie and seasoned chocolatiers, who are looking for a more direct, personalized way to market their products.
With this in mind, let’s dive into how to get started.
Step 1: Find a Certified Professional Chocolate Maker First, you’ll need a certified chocolate maker.
In order to qualify for the job, a chocolate maker must: Have at least a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or other recognized trade school.
Be at least 18 years old.
Must possess a license to make chocolate.
(Yes, this applies to both men and women.)
Have the right to work in the state of California.
Have a minimum of 5 years of experience working as a chocolate shop’s chocolate maker (see below for details on this).
Have passed the annual certification exam.
Submit a resume and pay stub, along with a letter from your employer outlining the specific duties you’ll be expected to perform.
And, most importantly, meet the following requirements: To apply for the position, you must complete an online application that includes all of the information listed above.
You must send your resume and cover letter to the following address: Certified Professional Chocolate Making Department 725 East St. San Francisco, CA 94104.
If you’re applying online, please send your cover letter as well.
The company will review your resume to determine whether it meets the requirements.
Once the hiring manager has reviewed your resume, they will determine whether you meet the minimum requirements.
The minimum requirement is: a minimum of five years of working as an experienced chocolate shop owner in the US.
Your company must be located in California, but if you’re seeking a position in another state, you can send your CV and cover letters to the state in which you are applying.
To complete the application, follow these steps: Click here to apply online.
Click on “Next Step” to begin the application process.
After you’ve submitted your application, you will receive an email that contains your name, address, phone number, and a link to a link that you can download.
Please note that you must click this link to download the application and not the actual application itself.
Before you click this download link, be sure to read the attached document that details the required information.
Your resume should include at least the following: the name of the employer, the business name, company’s website address, email address, and any references to your company.
There should also be a short bio about your experience and experience as a person, your business, and your experience as an entrepreneur.
Here are some important points to remember before you download your resume: you should submit your resume directly to the Certification Division at the job search site (see below) (the job search site is an independent contractor, and it will charge a fee for your time, so please be sure you read this information carefully) you can submit your application online to the “Certification Department” at 724 East St., San Francisco, California 94104 you will need to pay $25.00 per application (that is, $25 plus applicable taxes and fees) You should send the application to Certifying Director David C. Kincaid at 858-847-8478.
For more information on the certification division, visit www.certification.com.
Finally, please check out the information below on the job search website to determine if your company is available in your area.
Congratulations, you’ve found a Certified Chocolate Maker!
Step 2: Fill out a Certificate Request Form To make sure you meet all of your eligibility requirements, you should fill out this form.
It will ask you a number of questions about your background, experience, and education.
Then, it will ask for your name, address (street address), city, state, and ZIP code (if available).
You’ll also be asked to fill out your name and email address, along the description of your position, and how you want your resume displayed.
These documents should be sent directly to [email protected] and must be completed within 10 days of the appointment date.