From starting your day with chilaquiles in Mexico to enjoying a gaucho-style steak in Argentina, and sampling decadent baklava in Turkey; Ramada by Wyndham is not only sending you to locations like these but also paying you $10,000 to sample the cuisine around the world for a jam-packed three weeks. The hotel brand is searching for a Chief Eats Officer (CEO) who is up for the challenge to eat their way around the globe.
Ramada by Wyndham will be sending one lucky person to five different continents to share their food and cultural experience for the brand’s social and marketing channels. As well as the $10,000 compensation, the CEO will also receive free accommodation to stay at Ramada by Wyndham hotels throughout the globe, complimentary flights, and $150 each day as a stipend.
“Food is the key that opens the door to new cultures, which is what Ramada by Wyndham is all about, inspiring travelers while connecting them to new global experiences,” said Stephanie Kendrick, brand leader and VP of Operations at Ramada by Wyndham in a press release. “Our lucky CEO will have the chance to fully immerse themselves in the best Ramada and its many destinations have to offer, all while bringing along a global audience to share in every moment of their life-enriching adventure.”
What Does The Role Entail?
The lucky candidate will be kept very busy with a fully packed schedule and will travel to eight countries in three weeks. Responsibilities will include putting together a list of the must-eats and best things to do, which will be posted on your social media feed and featured across Ramada’s channels.
The role is searching for a CEO that will inspire others to travel and experience the amazing food and culture that the world has to offer (can’t be too hard, right?). The successful candidate will have a flair for social media and will creatively curate content in real-time (no lag times here).
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What Will I Receive?
If $10,000 isn’t enough, Wyndham will also be taking care of the accommodation, round-trip flights, and $150 daily travel expenses for up to three weeks. The CEO will also receive a Wyndham Rewards Diamond level membership for one year.
What Qualifications Do I Need?
According to a press release by Wyndham, the qualifications include:
- Active and proficient on various social media accounts (TikTok and Instagram preferred).
- Fluent in spoken and written English.
- At least 21 years old with a valid passport.
- Availability to travel for up to three weeks during summer 2023.
- Self-confessed foodie.
- Strong writing skills (required for blog writing).
- Comfortable working remotely and on deadline.
- Must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 based on the requirements stated by each country to be visited.
- Applicants must be a resident of Argentina, Australia, Canada, Germany, India, Mexico, New Zealand, Thailand, Turkey, the United Kingdom, or the United States.
How Can I Apply
Ramada by Wyndham is asking candidates to post a minimum two-minute public video on their TikTok (or send a video) that shares why they are the best person for the job. The video needs to tag @RamadabyWyndham, and the social profile should be public.
Candidates are expected to demonstrate their passion for food and travel and show their ability to tell stories creatively through social media. You have until midnight on November 14 to submit, with winners being announced by December 19 and travel taking place between May-August 2023.
Which Countries Will I Go To?
Ramada by Wyndham didn’t share specific details on which countries will be included in the three-week itinerary, but with more than 900 hotels across 63 countries, there will be plenty of choices. Two contenders could be Ramada by Wyndham’s recently unveiled $3 million transformation in Shoal Bay on the beachfront of Port Stephens in Australia or its latest opening in Gangtok, India, nestled within the Himalayan peaks with mountain views and a casino.
For more information on the dream job, check out www.ramada.com/ceo
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Tuesday 25th of October 2022
The vaccination part is a no no.
Tuesday 25th of October 2022
Can you report, to us travelers, something more interesting, like a list of countries with the worst restrictions still in place? I’m sure, China must be on top, yet they are slowly relaxing their rules, at least for those that are allowed to get in. And which other countries are still bad? Philippines? …. ?