Where do I sign up? Hotel brand seeks CEO (Chief EATS Officer) and applicants must enjoy food, travel and writing… yes, really!
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How would you like to be rewarded for eating your way around the world in return for simply telling other people about your amazing experiences?
It may sound too good to be true, but this could be the reality for one lucky travel lover.
Ramada® by Wyndham, one of the world’s best known hotel brands, is searching for its first ever Chief Eats Officer (‘CEO’), who will travel around the globe as they help the brand discover and share some of the world’s most mouth-watering culinary delights.
Ramada® by Wyndham, one of the world’s best known hotel brands, is searching for its first ever Chief Eats Officer (‘CEO’) – pictured is Ramada Resort by Wyndham Khao Lak, Thailand
In a mission that’s about as far from the daily grind as it’s possible to get, the new ‘CEO’ will be tasked with uncovering the most exciting cuisine and culture across five different continents.
They’ll then showcase their finds to people who follow Ramada’s social media channels – as well as through posts on its website – to help others discover the delightful experience on their trip.
The opportunity comes with big advantages, including a $10,000 (approx. £8,800) reward and $150 (approx. £132) towards daily travel to help them make the most of their globetrotting adventure.
The ‘CEO’ will also get paid accommodations for up to three weeks at Ramada hotels as part of a pre-selected itinerary, as well as air travel, an upgrade to Wyndham Rewards Diamond membership and a wealth of bucket list travel experiences.
We know – sounds like a right old slog, doesn’t it?!
The opportunity comes with big advantages, including a $10,000 (approx. £8,800) reward and $150 (approx. £132) towards daily travel to help them make the most of their globetrotting adventure – pictured is the Ramada By Wyndham Gangtok Hotel & Casino Golden in India
The ideal ‘CEO’ will be a self-confessed foodie who is active and proficient on social media, preferably TikTok and Instagram.
And because the opportunity will also involve penning blog posts, you’ll need strong writing skills and be comfortable working remotely and on deadline.
During your trip of a lifetime, you’ll be staying at a selection of Ramada’s 900 full-service hotels.
Well-positioned near many attractions and many major airports, Ramada by Wyndham hotels offer full-service hospitality as well as functional meeting space, comfortable guest rooms, free Wi-Fi, and casual dining options
Sample the world with Ramada by Wyndham… Pictured: Ramada Resort by Wyndham Port Douglas, Australia
While you’ll find the same premium experience and attentive service everywhere, it’s the uniqueness of each hotel that makes each stay so memorable – with regionally inspired designs and décor, and delicious local flavours.
Celebrating the distinctive culture of each destination will be one of the new ‘CEO’s’ key responsibilities, and they’ll be asked to come up with a curated list of must eats to inspire other travellers.
Where do I sign up?
So, you’re a foodie with a healthy dose of wanderlust and creative flair by the bucket load. In that case, it sounds like this could be the opportunity for you!
Relax here and be paid for it… at the Ramada by Wyndham Varanasi Katesar in India
To be in with a chance of acting as an honorary Chief Eats Officer and help discover cultures and food from around the world, you’ll need to post a public video on TikTok describing what makes you the ideal applicant for the job, tagging @RamadabyWyndham and #RamadaCEO.
Video submissions should be at least two minutes in length and applicants are encouraged to demonstrate their love of food and travel, as well as storytelling and social media skills.
The new ‘CEO’ will be tasked with uncovering the most exciting cuisine and culture across five different continents – it’s about as far from the daily grind as it’s possible to get! Pictured is the Ramada by Wyndham Budapest City Center, Hungary
Applicants applying via TikTok must follow @RamadabyWyndham to be considered. Alternatively, candidates can email their video to [email protected]
Please put your country of residence in the video and, if applying via email, include handles to active personal social media accounts. These accounts must be public to be considered.
And make sure you don’t hang around! Applications, which are required to be in English, need to be submitted and received by 11:59 pm ET on November 14 2022.
Applicants must be over 21 and available to travel internationally for up to three weeks between May and August 2023. Entries must comply with the official rules.
Ramada by Wyndham will select the winning ‘CEO’ on or around the week of December 19, 2022. Time to put the date in your diary!
No purchase is necessary to enter. Applicants must be a resident of Argentina, Australia, Canada, Germany, India, Mexico, New Zealand, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, or the United States. Entries must comply with the official rules, which can be found here.
So go on, what are you waiting for – get your creative juices flowing NOW!
Disclaimer: For the avoidance of doubt, this engagement in no way constitutes a formal offer of employment or recruitment opportunity with Ramada International or its affiliates. The winner of this Chief Eats Officer campaign shall be engaged for a limited period of time under an Independent Contractor Agreement in accordance with the timescale specified in the official rules. The exact dates shall be communicated to the winner and referenced in the Independent Contractor Agreement. The Independent Contractor Agreement shall not constitute any offer of employment by Ramada International or its affiliates and the winner will not be permitted to hold themselves out or pass themselves off as an employee of Ramada International or its affiliates. Please ensure you thoroughly read and understand the official rules for this Chief Eats Officer campaign including how to apply, the Award, the timescales and your obligation to enter into the Independent Contractor Agreement.
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