Troffle is hiring!

BY Lorna Bruce , 27th January 2017

Fancy working in CHOCOLATE? 

Silly question really isn’t it? 

Well we have some good news for you. We’re hiring for possibly the coolest role we could offer, if not the coolest role anywhere, ever. 

We are looking for someone to come and learn how to make our chocolates and how to manage our production kitchen in Bowerchalke, Wiltshire. No direct experience is required but we are looking for someone very organised, willing to learn, preferably with a keen interest in food. We would like someone to really become part of the team and make the role their own in a super important part of our growing business. Hours are flexible and we can look at working around family commitments etc. 

Please get in touch!  Email Verity at [email protected] now, why wait?!


13 January 2017

Working pattern – TBC, hours flexible/negotiable

Duration – 12 months

Salary – according to experience

Location – Bowerchalke, Wiltshire


Troffle Limited is a small Wiltshire based company that produces luxury filled chocolates.

Troffle requires a highly motivated assistant chocolatier with an eye for detail and focus on

quality to help it meet increasing demand. The assistant chocolatier would assist in sourcing

ingredients and stock, cooking a variety of different chocolate fillings and assembling the

finished product. The assistant chocolatier will receive comprehensive training on each

aspect of the role and dedicated supervision so that he or she will be equipped with the

knowledge and skills to follow the end to end process and make the chocolates autonomously.

1 Sourcing ingredients

 Assist in growing ingredients on site

 Liaise with various ingredient suppliers

 Ensure ingredient quality

2 Cooking chocolate fillings

 Receive training in the methods used to produce a variety of chocolate fillings (e.g.

Caramel, Ganache, Fondant, Honeycomb)

 Assist in the bulk production of chocolate fillings

 Oversee and monitor the safe storage of chocolate fillings

3 Chocolate assembly and storage

 Receive training on how to use Troffle’s chocolate assembly machinery

 Assist and then be responsible for the bulk assembly of filled chocolates

 Receive training on how to pack and store finished chocolates

 Oversee and monitor the safe storage of finished chocolates

4 General

 Assist with new product development

 Learn the principles of kitchen hygiene and safe food production

 Ensure that Troffle’s hygiene and safe food production systems and policies are followed

 Assist with the oversight of stock control and ensure that Troffle’s stock control systems

and policies are followed


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About Troffle

This is Chris. He started making chocolate as a hobby, growing his own ingredients and infusing them from fresh to create amazing combinations. Needless to say, he got pretty good at it.



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