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Apply to Be a Michelin Inspector

Here's your chance to get paid to eat.
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Ever thought you could be a Michelin inspector? Well, now's your chance to have an impact on who goes into the MICHELIN Guides.

The North America inspection team is on the search for a restaurant inspector based out of New York City. What does the job entail? "The MICHELIN Guide Inspector anonymously inspects restaurants and hotels for the MICHELIN guides and determines their suitability for inclusion in our selections in North America and relevant classifications." That means up to three weeks of travel a month and a minimum of 275 inspection meals per year. (Thankfully the company provides fitness membership reimbursement to help offset all of that eating.)

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The position requires a minimum of five years of relevant experience, being plugged into the latest restaurant openings, closings and updates, and "extensive international knowledge of ingredients, culinary techniques, cuisines and culinary fundamentals."

Think you're up for the task? Click here for more details.

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