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Posted by Willy Franzen on February 26, 2009. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Experienced Physical Therapist, Outpatient Setting||Harrisburg, PA|
|In Store Financial Sales Consultant -Hershey's Mill, West Chester, PA||West Chester, PA|
|In-Store Customer Service/Sales Associate||Lititz, PA|
|Manager In Training - Wilsons Leather||Hershey, PA|
|Retail Sales Associate||Fort Walton Beach, FL|
|Retail Merchandiser||Muncie, IN|
|Production Worker||Lancaster, PA|
|Master Planner||Hershey, PA|
|Retail Client Director||Pleasanton, CA|
|Client Director||Wilton, CT|
At least 3 days a week I walk out of my apartment building and I smell chocolate. That may sound strange, but I live less than a mile from a chocolate factory. On days when the wind is blowing right from the West and they’re churning out chocolate, I don’t need to eat dessert – the delicious smell is enough. It’s especially enjoyable when it’s snowing out, and I’m sure that it won’t be nearly as nice on a 90 degree Summer day. It’s a pretty cool perk that I didn’t know that I was getting when I moved into this building. I’m hoping that you can get the same perk when you take a job with The Hershey Company. I don’t know if their corporate offices are near their factories, but even if they aren’t, you’ll still be surrounded by chocolate if you work for them. Hershey’s obviously doesn’t need an introduction, but you may not know that some of their other big brands are Reese’s, KitKat, Kisses, Jolly Rancher, and Ice Breakers. Oh, and in case you didn’t know, they’re located in… Hershey, PA.
Ok, the above statement (taken from the Hershey’s recruiting website) kind of weirds me out. It makes me think of what may have happened to Augustus Gloop in Willy Wonka. With that said, it’s true that Hershey’s isn’t much without the people who work for them. They are “the largest North American manufacturer of quality chocolate and sugar confectionery products with revenues of nearly $5 billion and almost 13,000 employees worldwide.” That’s a lot of people, a lot of money, and a lot of chocolate. If you love chocolate, it’s the place for you. Hershey’s has a page on their Careers site just for students; however, it doesn’t really yield a lot of information. Your best bet is to scan their job postings to see what’s available for new grads. Right now current opportunities at the entry level include Associate Supply Planning Analyst, Food Technologist – Confectionery / Chocolate Experience, and Industrial Engineer. Hershey’s has a weird way of posting jobs. They’ll post a career track with openings at all experience levels. It’s pretty confusing, because there’s no clear message about which experience requirements go with with which positions. Since it’s easy to apply online, I say just apply for the jobs anyway, even if you don’t think you have the exact experience that they’re looking for.
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