Are you a beer-loving, outdoors-y sort with a knack for images and social media? Boy, did we discover the dream job for you.
Premium light-beer model Michelob Extremely is looking for the proper adventurer to turn into the corporate’s first-ever “Chief Exploration Officer.” The six-month place pays $50,000.
“As Chief Exploration Officer, you’ll get an workplace with one of the best view, and get to journey for work… rather a lot,” the job itemizing states. “You’ll be tasked with capturing content material whereas touring the nation, visiting nationwide parks and repping Michelob.”
By “workplace,” the corporate means a decked-out RV or van with a bathe and toilet, which you’ll be utilizing to journey the nation for six months. The corporate will cowl fuel and bills, on prime of the wage. The itemizing states that another person can be part of you for the experience, together with a good friend, accomplice or pet.
Michelob partnered with the Nationwide Park Basis and set an itinerary for the tour. Yosemite, Sequoia, Joshua Tree, Huge Bend and Saguaro nationwide parks made the lower, although these areas are topic to alter based mostly on climate circumstances.
Consider: This isn’t a get-drunk-in-the-woods sort gig. Because the Chief Exploration Officer, you’ll have to observe coronavirus journey and leisure pointers from the CDC and leisure ones from the National Park Service all through your trek.
Different qualifiers embody:
- Being no less than 21 (clearly).
- Having a sound U.S. driver’s license (no industrial license required).
- Possessing strong images and/or videography expertise.
Past that, you need to have an timeless ardour for nature and the outside.
Remember to embody your handles for Instagram, Twitter and YouTube in your software. (This place is in any case about producing buzz on social media.) There’s additionally an area to hyperlink out to your portfolio.
You’ll have 500 characters to depart a short response to the query “What’s your story?” Be punchy and memorable.
If in case you have any hilarious Appalachian Path tales, we predict now can be the time to make use of them.
Adam Hardy is a workers author at The Penny Hoarder. He covers the gig financial system, entrepreneurship and distinctive methods to generate profits. Learn his latest articles here, or say hello on Twitter @hardyjournalism.