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You can get paid £38,000 to explore US national parks in a camper van


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Fancy getting paid to travel and drink?

A beer company is looking for someone to travel to five national parks in the US, over the course of six months.

Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold is hiring a new CEO – a Chief Exploration Officer (we see what they did there) – and will provide the chosen individual with a fully-equipped camper van, petrol money and beer.

If that wasn’t appealing enough, the person will also receive $50,000 (around £38,000). All the winner needs to do in return is capture some brilliant photos of America’s outstanding national parks. Ideally, they’re looking for a candidate who knows how to produce engaging social media content. 

To ensure nobody gets lonely during the period, there’s also the option to bring along a friend, spouse, partner or even a dog.

The job description explains: ‘You’ll be tasked with capturing content while touring the country, visiting national parks and repping Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold along the way. Plus, if you so choose, you’ll be able to bring along your right-hand person to assist you along the way.’

The parks on the destination list include Yosemite, Sequoia, Joshua Tree, Big Bend and Saguaro.

The ideal applicant will have a passion for the great outdoors as well as photography and must be willing to hike through these brilliant parks. If you’re hoping to apply from the UK, the only catch is that you must hold a valid US Driver’s License.

Michelob also stresses that the ideal candidate should follow guidelines from both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Parks Service while travelling.

Anyone looking to apply can do so through the form on the Michelob website, where they’ll be asked to explain a little bit about their story. Applications need to be submitted by 30 September.

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