GREAT JOB OPP!!! Mission Cheese is hiring (SF)

Hey friends-

As a soon to be owner of my own cheese shop, one of the most important challenges I face is finding good great the best the most passionate, friendly, engaging, entertaining cheesemongers on the face of the planet to work the shop. My colleagues at Mission Cheese, an incredible, inspiring and just plain fun place to eat cheese in the heart of the city are hiring. If you are in the San Francisco area, or need a really good reason to move there and are really into outstanding, artisanal American cheese, I urge you to apply!!


Here are some pics from one of my visits to Mission Cheese. Also- check out this interview owner, Sarah did a while back.


4 comments on “GREAT JOB OPP!!! Mission Cheese is hiring (SF)

  1. Not moving home for about another 8-12 months, but would SO love to work at Mission Cheese.

  2. If only I was in San Francisco, I would be tempted. Nice pics.

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