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You can get paid £19,000 to be a bottomless brunch taster

Lucy Devine

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You can get paid £19,000 to be a bottomless brunch taster

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If your weekend isn't complete without at least one bottomless brunch, then we may have the perfect job for you.

Bath based hen party organisers, GoHen, are looking for a bottomless brunch taster to find the best offerings the UK has to offer.

And it sounds like a pretty dreamy job...

Bath based hen party organisers, GoHen, are looking for a bottomless brunch taster. Credit: Shutterstock
Bath based hen party organisers, GoHen, are looking for a bottomless brunch taster. Credit: Shutterstock

You'll be paid £19,000 every year to travel up and down the nation testing a variety of bottomless brunches, before providing 'extensive feedback' on each.

The company has created the position in a bid to offer hens the best bottomless brunches across the country, to make for a memorable party.

You'll also be expected to vlog about each experience, so if you've got confidence in front of the camera, that's a definite bonus and something the team are looking for.

And when you're not sampling delicious food and supping on endless prosecco, you'll also be managing hen party queries and getting involved in event and group management.

"When you're not out and about testing bottomless brunches, you'll be using your insider knowledge and expert know-how to help hens celebrate their big weekends in style! If you think you fit the criteria, please tell us why you’d be perfect for the role," GoHen explain.

You'll be sampling all kinds of brunches. Credit: Shutterstock
You'll be sampling all kinds of brunches. Credit: Shutterstock

The role has been created after the company saw enquiries for bottomless brunches rocket by 1,152 per cent since the pandemic.

Steve Roddy, GoHen’s director of operations, explains: “Bottomless brunch has boomed in popularity in the post-pandemic world and we’re on a mission to find the best one ion the UK to send our hens to.

“We’ve actually seen enquiries increase for it by over 1,000 per cent, so we felt the demand was there to warrant hiring someone in a professional capacity to go out and test them.”

Now, it's worth mentioning that as it's work, you'll probably need to rein in the bottomless cocktails a little earlier than you might do with your mates.

“Whilst we’re happy for them to do out and indulge themselves, they shouldn’t overdo it on the bottomless fizz as we’d still enquire feedback, quality images, as well as video content for us to use," says Steve.

You'll also be helping with hen party enquiries. Credit: Shutterstock
You'll also be helping with hen party enquiries. Credit: Shutterstock

If you're interested in applying for the position, you have until 5pm on Friday 30 September to submit your application.

You can find out more info on the job, what's expected, and fill in the application form on the website here.

Good luck.

Topics: Food and Drink

Lucy Devine
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