A Pizza Company Is Hiring a Full-Time 'Pizza Influencer' Role — And It Pays Six Figures Slice, an online ordering platform for pizzerias, wants to make ordering pizza "synonymous" with its brand.

By Entrepreneur Staff

There's a lot of talk about "dream jobs," but this one might just take the pie.

Slice, an online ordering platform for independent pizzerias, is hiring a "pizza influencer" in New York. (The company is also open to other metro areas, per the job listing.)

The full-time, salaried position requires someone who "loves pizza" and can create at least three videos a week to help increase followers and reach across social platforms as the "face" of the company.

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The role pays up to $110,000 and includes a weekly pizza stipend, benefits, and 401K matching. Here are more of the specifics:

  • Film, edit, and star in three or more social media-optimized videos a week on TikTok and Instagram designed to expand the Slice brand
  • Ideate and test dozens of different video formats
  • Interview and partner with Slice's current pizza shop owners, helping to bring energy out of shop owners who might not have much experience on camera
  • Come with recommendations on what content we need to create more/less of

Applicants should have three or more years of experience creating video content (shooting, editing, and production) and a "lifetime of pizza-eating experience," per the listing.

Slice's marketing VP, Matthew Kobach, told Insider that the ideal candidate doesn't have to have a big social following, just great ideas on making "pizza synonymous with Slice."

The gig is full-time, but the "pizza influencer" might be able to freelance and work with other brands on a case-by-case basis, Kobach added to Insider.

Entrepreneur Staff

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