HAD to share this…it’s a dream job for someone who can travel 50-75% of the time!
On the surface it sounds phenomenal! But if you’ve lived for a job with even 50% travel, you’ve experienced the strain years of that travel places on families. (“Is Dad home this week?”)
The link takes me to a job description listing “Travel: less than 10%”
Funny, the job requires attention to detail, but the overview description?
"The Production Coordinator handles the responsibilities related to the production and layout of the MICHLEIN guides as well as oversight of the photography used in all digital and print products. "
The site seems to pull up the jobs weird, the inspector description below:
Michelin, the Worldwide leader in Tires, with a commercial presence in over 170 Countries.
are currently searching for a Michelin Guide Inspector. The Michelin
Guide Inspector anonymously inspects hotels and restaurants for the
MICHELIN guides and determines their suitability for inclusion in our
selections in North America and relevant classifications.
- Maintains the integrity and reputation of the MICHELIN guide in the industry and press.
Strategically completes all assigned inspections in North America
within set timelines applying the MICHELIN guide methodology
consistently and objectively.
- Researches assigned areas and maintains comprehensive coverage of all restaurants, hotels and food-related business within.
- Plans annual program of work and meets all set deadlines.
- Ensures accurate factual information is communicated effectively for inclusion in print and digital products.
- Ensures accurate and up-to-date written matter as assigned and on deadline.
- Coordinates with other inspectors to ensure effective inspection plan and most accurate and best quality resulting product.
Completes extensive documentation of inspections including written
reports, social media content and photography to the required standards.
- Participates in production phase of print products.
Works collaboratively with other inspectors and administrative
department effectively without regular office presence to ensure
effective sharing of information.
- Contributes to ongoing improvement of products, PR, social media and marketing efforts.
- Maintains 100% anonymity both individually and of team members.
- Completes personal administration including travel arrangements, expense reports, office duties, etc. in a timely fashion.
believes that a comprehensive benefit plan is an important component of
its overall employee Total Rewards Program. A few highlights from the
Michelin North America’s Benefits Program:
- Healthcare: Major Medical and preventive care; Dental; Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA); Supplemental Vision Plan.
- Life Insurance: Group Term life; Short-Term and long-term disability.
- Retirement and Savings Plan: Defined contribution pension; 401k savings plan: 529 college savings plan.
Michelin and start your career moving forward. Your job with Michelin
marks the start of a shared adventure and your first step on the road to
professional mobility. Our highly adaptable employees are offered a
variety of career opportunities with an international flavor,
interacting with people from different culture and experiences.
Apply Today- Our application process will take approximately 15 minutes. Thank you for your interest in Michelin.
Michelin is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Skills required - Bachelor's degree in culinary or equivalent degree
- 10+ years’ of experience in hotel, restaurant or other relevant industry
- This position requires 50-75% travel and regular evening work hours.
- Integrity, discretion and respect for requirement of anonymity
- Extensive international knowledge of ingredients, culinary techniques, cuisines, and culinary fundamentals.
- Flexibility; ability to adjust to change easily and adapt to changing work environment; Ability to work independently
- Attention to detail, strong skills of observation, memory for cuisine
- Excellent writing skills, Solid organizational skills
- Natural sensory talent for tasting, analyzing food
- Good interpersonal skills, able to work collaboratively and remotely.
- Formal wine studies or work experience as sommelier
- Excellent research skills; extensive familiarity with restaurant and food-related media.
Weird. I think they may want to consider opening a new position to fix their job posting site.