This pizza-testing job pays $1K a day

This pizza-testing job pays $1K a day

This pizza-testing job pays $1K a day

All new hires will get a free pizza oven for their kitchens.

Portable pizza oven company Ooni is looking to hire people to taste-test its pizza - and they're paying between $300 and $1,000 per day, according to CNBC. They're looking for chefs, food photographers, passionate home cooks and anyone who just loves pizza.

Ooni says candidates can be based from anywhere in the world.

Pizza lovers are being offered the opportunity to stuff their faces while earning up to US$1000 ($1,496) per day to do so.

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"We're hiring multiple people for a number of Pizza Taste Tester roles", the company said in a statement.

The positions pay between $300 to $1,000 a day, with the rate based on experience and how much time can be invested. Anyone with experience in making pizza dough and cooking pizza will have a "huge advantage" over the competition, the website says.

The ten applicants selected for the job will work part-time in permanent roles for product testing or recipe development, the company says. It will even send wood-fired pizza ovens to the people hired and pay for all needed ingredients to make pizzas.

Those interested in the job will need to send Ooni a 60-second video that demonstrates their pizza prowess by October 14.

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