Could this be the perfect job - receiving money for enjoying life in Cancun?By Elliot Bullman
Rest on the beach, sleep in luxury hotels and gain VIP access to restaurants and attractions.
If your thing is the beach, tanning on smooth white sand, enjoying the sunrises and nights in luxury hotels, this work is definitely your thing: The new CEO of Cancun!
The Cancún.com tourism website is offering a vacancy to be the next Cancun Experience Officer (CEO) of the destination, with a salary of 10 thousand dollars.
The position, which can be applied for through the internet, involves spending six months in Cancun to sunbathe, explore, and try the hotels, clubs and restaurants. Not too shabby, right?
In addition, the CEO will be provided with the necessary camera equipment to share these incredible adventures in videos, blogs and social media publications.
And if you think it's an experience worth sharing, the good news is that the position is open to an individual candidate or a team (although they would have to split the money).
If you are interested in applying, you must send - before December 17 - a 60-second video that shows why you are the best candidate for the job. Applicants must be over 18 years old, have a valid passport and be able to move to Cancun for six months, taking into account that Cancun.com will cover accommodation in an all-inclusive hotel.
The top five candidates will be invited to formal interviews, team building exercises and physical evaluations (from some of the adventures, including hiking to the Mayan ruins and swimming with whale sharks).
The winner will be announced on January 31, 2018.
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