This is not a drill. Garlic bread aficionados, here’s the gig you’ve been searching for.
We’ve all daydreamed about ditching our full-time job for something a little different. Maybe you’ve contemplated packing up and hitting the road for a year galavanting the globe, saying yes to any opportunity to earn a bit of extra dosh. Or perhaps you’ve tossed around the idea of following your dreams for floristry in the belief that beautiful blooms will beat your 9-5 any day.
In case you missed it, we’ve got great news for carb-loving foodies looking for a change of scenery. In fact, we’d go as far as to say that this is the job all of us have secretly been searching for. Drum roll, please… Domino’s Pizza has just announced the role of a lifetime: they are on the hunt for a Chief Garlic Bread Taste Tester to join their team. Yes, this gig is exactly as good (and tasty) as it sounds.
In a sly job ad posted online, Domino’s has put out the call for a legendary foodie to chow down on all the garlic bread (all in the name of research, of course). Here’s they’ve announced:
“You butter believe it! We’re looking for someone a little bit crunchy, but mostly warm and soft on the inside, to help taste test our World-Famous Garlic Breads at Domino’s Headquarters in Brisbane.”
So, what are Domino’s looking for in their idea candidate? Garlic bread tasters must have an understanding of the perfect “crunch to softness ratio” and boast at least five year’s experience in garlic bread consumption.
If you fit the bill, they’ll pay you $30 an hour to stuff your face with all the garlic goodness you can muster for one day only. Oh and they’ll even cover return domestic flights and one night’s accomodation if the successful applicant is not within driving distance of Brisbane. Seriously. Safe to say, I think we all are ready to make a career change to the world of garlic bread tasting.
Want to find out more about the role? Click here to apply for Domino’s Chief Garlic Bread Taste Tester position.