Deliveroo wants to pay you to go to festivals and eat food this summer

If your hobbies include eating, listening to music and critiquing things, your dream career has just been announced.

Deliveroo have just unveiled a new job that lets you go to festivals, eat incredible food, AND bring home the bacon.

The food delivery service has just posted the incredible job posting online which outline a vacancy for a ‘Festival Food Taster’ to travel to large England and Irish music festivals – all expenses paid – to taste food and essentially enjoy themselves.

If it sounds too good to be true… for once, it isn’t, with the ad outlining the role specifications as ‘travelling to and attending some of England and Ireland’s most renowned music festivals, and investigatively consuming the food offerings that are present at them.’

If successful, you’ll be expected to report on the food eaten to Deliveroo, in return for being treated to free attendance at some of England and Ireland’s must-see music events.

We’re still waiting to find out where the hard work is…

Deliveroo has included a precise set of requirements, including ‘18+ years experience of living in the world and loving it’ and ‘a great sense of adventure’.

A spokesperson for Deliveroo said, “We love our festivals, just like we love our food. We want to reward one lucky festival fanatic with the job of a lifetime, combining both.

“We’re seeking someone who shares Deliveroo’s innovative flair – happy to sample new and exciting foods and report on them, while having a good time of course.” they added.

The feedback provided by the successful candidate will help Deliveroo’s team to decide which restaurants to offer a Deliveroo Editions kitchen to, helping them to expand to new areas and widen customer bases for restaurants.

We feel like this is what our life has been preparing us for all this time…

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