It’s been more than a year since a group of twenty-somethings in Spokane, Washington took to Craigslist in search of a “BBQ Dad” for Father’s Day Weekend in 2017, but it turns out that a new job also requires that you have a similar passion for grilling.
Reynolds Kitchens recently announced that it’s looking to bring “its first-ever Chief Grilling Officer” on board for two weeks and will give them a $10,000 stipend. The person who locks down this position will reportedly be responsible for tasting and taking pictures of “some of the most delicious grilled dishes from across the country” in cities known for their barbecue.
They will post what they learn on the Reynolds social media platforms and website.
We're hiring! Reynolds Kitchens is looking for a CGO – Chief Grill Officer. Think you've got the chops? Just send us a pic of you at the grill and 100 words on why you're the best person for the job to ReynoldsCGO@gmail.com by August 13th. Good luck! 🔥🥓🍖🍗🔥 https://t.co/UWFBlwbqXK
— Reynolds Wrap (@ReynoldsWrap) August 1, 2018
But the CGO won’t have to hit the road alone — they can bring another person along for the ride, and the company will provide both people with “pre-paid travel and lodging.” Reynolds ultimately wants someone who can provide “the best grilling techniques and tips.”
Is the smoke from a thousand grills already calling your name? You have until August 13 to submit your application, so you better act fast.
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