Reynolds Wrap hiring someone to find America's best barbecue ribs for $10G
No juicy summer plans? Reynolds Wrap is on the hunt for its next “Chief Grilling Officer,” who will travel for two-weeks in August to find America’s best barbecue ribs and go home with a $10,000 paycheck — a dream job for barbecue-lovers if there ever was one.
For the second year running, the aluminum foil company is hiring its "Chief Grilling Officer" to taste-test the summertime fare in "some of the top BBQ rib cities in the country," while documenting their adventures on the brand's social media profiles and website.
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As if this deal — which includes pre-paid travel, lodging and a $10,000 stipend — couldn’t get any sweeter, the lucky “CGO” is also invited to bring a guest along for the ride, too.
“If you don’t mind being paid to taste test some of the most delicious BBQ ribs across the country, posting envy-inducing pictures of your food and falling asleep every night dreaming about your next rack of ribs, then you could have what it takes,” a press release on the drool-worthy gig states.
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Interested contenders are invited to submit a photo of themselves grilling a favorite recipe and a 100-word blurb on why they deserve the job online. Applications close at midnight on June 19.