Domino's offering $20 an hour to taste-test garlic bread

Garlic bread lovers, rejoice: Domino's Australia is hiring a person to taste-test garlic bread for $20 an hour.

CNBC reported the Australian branch of the pizza chain posted the hief garlic bread taste tester job on LinkedIn on Monday seeking someone who "never met a carb they didn't like," "does not identify as a vampire," "understands the perfect 'crunch to softness' ratio" and "is passionate about food, innovation and having fun."

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The entry-level job is in Brisbane, Australia, but international garlic bread lovers are welcome to apply. CNN reported Domino's will pay for a night's stay in a hotel and a return flight home should you be selected for the job. The 30 Australian dollar pay is for 7.5 hours, pizza lunch included.

"This is a paid position and a rare opportunity to go behind-the-scenes of Domino's innovative food development process and get a sneak peek at some of the exciting new menu items on the horizon," Michael Treacy, Domino's culinary innovation and development chef, said in a news release.

Qualifications include at least five years of experience in garlic bread consumption, "a detailed understanding of the pizza and garlic bread relationship" and "a history of reviewing other people’s food choices (solicited and/or unsolicited)."

To apply, you must send in a survey and in 200 words or a 30-second video share why you are perfect for the job. Submissions close Oct. 7, and there are already more than 200 applicants.

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