Your New Year’s resolution to eat healthier just went down the tubes. Tony’s Chocolonely, a chocolate company with US headquarters in Portland, Oregon, is offering three full-time, salaried positions for people who want to take a road trip across the United States in a truck filled with chocolate. Obviously, there’s more to the job than eating tons of chocolate — the point is to spread the the company’s mission: fighting to end modern slavery and illegal child labor on West African cocoa farms.

The chocolate company is looking for one Chocotruck Captain and two Choco Co-Pilots to drive a Chocotruck (a big, bright red food truck) loaded with tons of chocolate bars to various places around the country. At each stop, people will be able to tour the truck, learn about the company’s mission, and sample chocolates.

Tour stops include:

According to the job description, the captain will be responsible for driving and maintaining the truck, running the events, managing the co-pilots, tour logistics, photos, daily recaps and reports, and keeping track of inventory. Meanwhile, co-pilots will be assisting with event setup, taking photos, and assisting fans with trying and buying the chocolate.

Photo: Tony’s Chocolonely/Facebook

It goes without saying that you’ll need valid driver’s license and a clean driving record. You’ll also need to be 21 or older and authorized to work in the US. Most importantly, the job description insists that applicants have a positive attitude, a sense of humor and adventure, and be flexible.

The job is is a four-month opportunity — with a possible extension and even a permanent position — and comes with a “very competitive” salary and perks. To apply, visit the official application site.

H/T: Thrillist