Do you love UGA football? Do you love to cook?
If it’s a strong “yes” on both, then UGA may have posted the dream job for you.
It’s called “Head Performance Chef for Football Nutrition,” per UGA’s human resource website.
If you want a glimpse of what a typical work day looks like, here’s an good article about it by Macon.com’s Wilson Alexander. Part of the job is teaching UGA’s football players how to cook on their own, and … who knew that that Bulldogs great Nick Chubb was a 2-star with the skillet.
“Nick cannot make an omelet,” Terry Godwin told the website. “It breaks. It completely breaks. He just turns it into scrambled eggs. It’s horrible.”
Some of the job duties, per the job listing:
This job could have some serious competition. After all, celebrity chef Alton Brown is a UGA grad.
On a serious note, if you’re interested, you may want to apply ASAP because it looks like the job listing closes at midnight on Friday (Feb. 22)