Looking for excitement and adventure?
Global job search company Indeed has this month identified five roles in Australia appealing to a sense of adventure.
“Whether it’s travelling the world scouting opportunities for employee visits, crewing a ship to protect the global commons or servicing customers in Antarctica, there are a lot of options out there for the more adventurous among us,” says Indeed’s managing director Australia-New Zealand Chris McDonald.
Globetrotter: Promoted as the “best job in the world”, Safety Culture in Sydney is looking for an Experience Explorer to travel the world researching and scouting ideal destinations to take its employees to better understand why they work for the company.
The frozen continent: William Adams CAT has an opportunity for a Hobart-based business manager to look after its clients in the Antarctic and to seek out new equipment supply opportunities among nations and organisations operating in Eastern Antarctica. A willingness to travel is essential.
Hitting the green seas: Greenpeace is seeking those with some maritime experience to work as professional crew members or volunteers onboard their ships. If you can speak several languages or are a certified diver, professional cook, photographer, carpenter, plumber or engineer, the “experience of a lifetime” beckons.
Sharks are circling: Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium has an opportunity for a dive guide in the giant tank which is home to the aquarium’s largest sharks and stingrays. You must be a registered dive instructor and love working with people and of course animals.
If ropes are your thing: Behana Canyoning in Cairns is looking for guides to lead activities. Technical rope and rigging ability will be looked on favourably and safety is paramount.
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