Dream job alert: Get paid to eat pizza!


Image by Batch Pizza Company

A pizzeria in England, Bath Pizza Co. came up with a job opportunity that might just be your ultimate dream — a professional pizza taster.

The restaurant is looking for a person who will sample all items in Bath Pizza Co.’s menu and provide feedback.

Applicants must be passionate about ‘all things pizza,’ knowledgeable, an experienced pizza eater, and a good communicator, according to the restaurant’s website.

The restaurant’s vacancy page says: “We’re looking for a pizza taster to sample our new menu at Bath Pizza Co. The ideal candidate will be an experienced pizza connoisseur with a love for wood fired flavours.”  

“You’ll have a cultured palate and be able to feedback your professional opinion to our head chef and you’ll have the chance to try each of our pizzas and influence our menu. We serve thousands of people every month so ensuring our menu excites and delights our customers will be a key part of this role,” it added.

The start is only a part-time job and only requires two hours a week, but selected “lucky ones” will be compensated with a “competitive salary with serious pizza perks.”

The ad also assured pizza connoisseurs who are not based in England that they will cover all costs of transportation.

The restaurant also said that they’ll even cover your travel costs – flights, train fares, fuel – “for the right candidate.”

Interested applicants must simply fill out a form and write in “what are the qualities are of the most “awesome pizza” and explain why he/she is the best candidate for the role.

According to an article by Mensxp, within 6 hours of the job being live, the restaurant received 132 applications without really telling anyone about it and within 18 hours, the number increased to 529.

How much more that the announcement is now publicized? So what are you waiting for?

According to their Instagram post, applications for the position is open  until the middle of next week:

This article has been viewed 70 times. Article originally posted: October 13, 2017, 7:10 am (UTC-0). Last update: October 13, 2017 at 7:10 am (UTC-0).

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