If you've ever dreamed of becoming a Michelin Guide inspector, now's your chance.
The Guide is currently looking for inspectors to cover the New York area, one of the most exciting culinary beats in the world. Take a look at the most recent Michelin Guide to New York to see the kind of restaurants you'd be 'forced' to go and review.
The personal requirements are stringent: you need at least 10 years experience in a relevant field, formal wine training and a flexible calendar (you have to make a minimum of 275 restaurant visits a year). But if you think you've got what it takes, then you should apply here.
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