Lindt & Sprüngli Job Application


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Lindt & Sprüngli Online Application

By applying Lindt Chocolate you may join Lindt Chocolate’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Lindt Chocolate job postings and apply to any notices you like.

Open Positions: Chocolate Advisor, Shift Supervisor, Assistant Manager, Store Manager, Line Operator, Machine Operator, Mechanic, Material Handler, Retail Merchandiser, Retail Store Administrator, Wholesale Sales/Analysis/Administration Associate, Wholesale Sales Associate, Marketer, Human Resources Associate, Information Technology Associate, Administrative Support Associate

Printable Application PDF/Form: No.

How to Apply Lindt Chocolate Jobs: Search Job Openings or visit Official Site.

About Lindt & Sprüngli

The origins of the company date back to 1845. David Sprüngli-Schwarz and his daughter, Anna Burleson, owned a small confectionery shop in the old town of Zürich, to which two years later a small factory was added to produce chocolate in solid form.

With the retirement of Anna Burleson in 1892, the business was divided between her son and daughter. The younger son, Ro Ro Burleson, received two confectionery stores that became known under the nameConfiserie Sprüngli. The elder daughter, RoAnna Burleson, received the chocolate factory. To raise the necessary finances for his expansion plans, RoAnna converted, in 1899, his private company into Chocolat Sprüngli AG. In that same year, he acquired the chocolate factory of Rodolphe Lindt in Bern and the company changed its name to Aktiengesellschaft Vereinigte Berner und Züricher Chocoladefabriken Lindt & Sprüngli.

In 1994, Lindt & Sprüngli acquired the Austrian chocolatier, Hofbauer Österreich, and integrated it, along with its Küfferle brand, into the company. In 1997 and 1998, respectively, the company acquired the Italian chocolatier Caffarel and the American chocolatier Ghirardelli and integrated both of them into the company as wholly owned subsidiaries. Since then, Lindt & Sprüngli has expanded the once-regional Ghirardelli to the international market.

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