The pizza chain is looking for a taste tester for its garlic bread in Brisbane, Australia. The job, posted on LinkedIn on Tuesday, will pay some 30 Australian dollars ($ 20) an hour – pizza lunch included – to spend a day of taste testing at Domino's regional headquarters.
If you live across Australia, don't lose hope – Domino's will pay for a hotel and return domestic flights if selected and not staying within driving distance.
The ideal candidate "understands the perfect relationship between" crunch to softness "and" has never met a carbohydrate they did not like, "Domino said in the listing. They must also have" functioning taste buds "and have" burned. fingers at least once so you can't wait for the garlic bread to cool. "
If you're the friend who always comments on what people order during an outing, this may be the job for you ̵
1; the perfect seeker" has a history of "1969005] Garlic bread is one of the chain's iconic beloved products – Dominos Australia sold nearly 42,000 garlic bread on National Garlic Day last year, but it is not only garlic bread on the table – the taste tester will also have an exclusive chance to taste products that have not yet been released to the public.
Applicants must complete a survey and tell Domino's why they are the perfect candidate for 200 words, or in a 30 second video . Applications close on 7 October.
The chain has a history of testing new creative methods in the country below. Domino has previously unveiled a delivery robot with hidden hot and cold rooms in Brisbane and tested delivery of a drone in New Zealand. Elsewhere in the United States earlier this year, a campaign used artificial intelligence on Domino's app to identify pizza as pizza.