Introducing the wine jobs board at Dr. Vino

winejobsAre you interested in becoming a sales rep for a wine distributor with the area industry’s “highest salaries”? Or becoming a senior buyer at a chain of 78 wine stores grossing $1 billion? How about a senior PR position at a wine importer? Would you like to be a sommelier at a leading restaurant in New York City?

All these positions–and more!– currently available and posted over at the new wine industry jobs board that I am launching today. Consumers, turn your passion for wine into a profession, either full-time or part time. Trade readers who want to trade up or trade across, check out what is available.

And employers, shine a light on your search by listing your open positions. For a limited time, take $99 off a classic listing (yes, that makes it FREE) or a premium listing by entering “pinot” at checkout. Premium listings remain at the top of the page, get listed in the daily email, and on the sidebar of the blog. Leverage our audience by providing the best possible visibility to your search for finding the strongest candidate.

So what are you waiting for, click over and take a look at!

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7 Responses to “Introducing the wine jobs board at Dr. Vino”

  1. Great idea! All the best, Tyler!! But wait where are the London jobs :p

  2. Thanks very much. Aside from the specific jobs, it is interesting to see trends in both positions and the requirements.

  3. Great idea, have you thought about adding RSS feed

  4. Thanks for the support!

    Adi – the readership of the site is international so there’s nothing stopping employers from posting job listings in London!

    Frank – Yes, there is a feed–I’ll check it and post it here as well as on the new jobs site.

  5. Fun for daydreaming!

  6. I might like to be a sommelier in a leading restaurant in New York City, but I’m sure there are some pretty daunting pre-requisites. Also, I think they work late.

  7. Nothing in the SoCal area as of yet but I will keep checking back.


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