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If you’re looking for a sweet deal, a Canadian-based candy company is looking for its first “Chief Candy Officer.”

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Candy Funhouse is looking for a CCO who has “a finger on the pulse of both candy and pop culture,” the job announcement said.

The job is a work-from-home position but the successful applicant can work out of the company’s Toronto or Newark offices.

The job will pay CA$100,000 annually.

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The person chosen will be running the “Candy Intelligence Agency” — or as the company calls it, the CIA — and will tastetest all candy before deciding whether or not to add the CCO’s official stamp of approval.

Visit the Candy Funhouse website to apply. You will need to provide your name, email, phone number and resume. A cover letter is optional.