Finding the right job candidate is like perfecting your great-grandmother’s special recipe. Leave out just one ingredient, and you could disgrace the reputation of her blue ribbon-winning boysenberry tartlets for years of county fairs to come.
No wonder General Mills
is working so diligently to find an inspired food editor
for its Betty Crocker Kitchens
by providing thought leadership to its brands, content platforms, external media, and consumers.
So, what's the recipe for the ideal candidate? According to the Betty Crocker cookbook:
• 1 bachelors degree (communications or food sciences recommended);
• 2-5 years of related experience (seasoned to taste);
• Equal parts food trend knowledge, culinary expertise, content creation, and marketing strategy influence;
• And a pinch of public relations/spokesperson experience.
After checking the pantry and cupboards to make sure you have everything for your résumé recipe, click here
for mixing and baking instructions.
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