We’ll be the first to admit that there’s a lot to love about Texas.
It’s the second largest state in the U.S., by both area and population, and was most recently ranked one of the nation’s hardest-working states, according to WalletHub (it came in at No. 7). Texas also boasts diverse landscapes, vibrant cities, and a food and drink scene all its own.
And to prove that everything really is bigger in Texas, we’ve rounded up some great jobs in cities across the Lone Star State. From Houston to San Antonio, we’re highlighting opportunities in food and beverage that will take your career to the next level — go big or go home, right?
If you’re already a Texan, we won’t mess with you. We’ll simply pass along these great jobs.
1. Skinny Dipped Almonds | Area Sales Manager – Austin
The Area Sales Manager will help increase availability, awareness, and trial for Skinny Dipped Almonds. This role will be responsible for creating engaging, positive, educational, and memorable experiences around the brand … [Apply Now]
2. BASEMAKERS | Territory Representative – San Antonio
Basemakers, LLC is seeking a high-performing Territory Rep based in the San Antonio, TX area who brings significant ambition, strong communication skills, and a desire to join a winning team … [Apply Now]
3. Remy Cointreau USA | Regional Sales Director – Dallas
As part of the Division Executive Team, the Regional Sales Director is responsible for contributing to the achievement of the Divisional profit and volume goals by working directly with the Regional RCUSA and Distributor Executive team … [Apply Now]
4. Desert Door Distillery | Sales and Distribution Representative – Dallas
The Sales and Distribution Rep will work closely with the Sales Director and Marketing Manager to ensure that the brand is accurately represented … [Apply Now]
6. Mighty Swell | Chain Sales Analyst – Austin
Mighty Swell is an innovative startup that launched in March 2016 and is the brainchild of Clayton Christopher (Sweet Leaf Tea, Deep Eddy Vodka, CAVU Ventures), Daniel Barnes (Treaty Oak Distilling), and Sean Cusack … [Apply Now]