Eating and going on vacation are two of my favorite things to do, so I’d like to get the chance to get paid for both.
You may think that this dream job does not exist, but a British company has made it reality because they want to buy someone who wants to pay £ 50,000 to travel the world and discover new food.
That’s right, new vegetable-based food subscriptions, the Vibrant Vegan Co., are looking for a ‘Director of Taste’, with a salary of £ 50,000, covering all travel, accommodation and food costs.
Although you don’t have to be a vegan to work here, it does help, because the job will only focus on plant-based ingredients as you roam the world, try new foods and report your discoveries to the company.
Traveling for up to four months at a time, visit countries like India, China, Turkey, Chile, Mexico and Japan, looking for exciting new ingredients and recipes that the Vibrant Vegan Co. then use.
To apply, you must be “sufficiently qualified with at least three years of experience in the food industry or as a chef” and “preferably have a degree in Food Science or equivalent,” although the company determines that this is not mandatory.
We are looking for an experienced person with an excellent palette to bring exciting new and innovative recipes to the UK as our new Director of Taste. You are responsible for finding and then tasting new exotic ingredients and recipes that will be fed back and included in our products.
You help set up overseas partnerships to find the new ingredients you find and are expected to work up to 35 hours a week, with flexible work patterns available.
Full sickness benefit and 28 days vacation. It is important that the candidate is available and willing to be away from the UK for a long time.
To apply everything you need to do, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The candidates on the shortlist will then have to go through a ‘rigorous interview process’ and be subjected to a full background check.
If you go through the final phases, your palate will be tested to see if it is scratching.
It tempts me to get some practice.