By Mike Haaren – Sept. 8, 2016
This is a work from home job where the “world” is your home!
Memobottle is a young and growing Australian company that wants to eliminate the millions of water bottles that end up in landfills, byways, and oceans. So they invented the memobottle — a durable, reusable bottle that’s easy to carry due to its flat shape. (You can see them here.)
To spread the word about memobottles, the company is hiring someone — from anywhere — to roam the planet with a furnished laptop. “Bring your passport. The world is your office,” the company says.
The job pays $38,215 – $84,073 at current exchange rates ($50,000-$110,000 Australian dollars).
What You’ll Be Doing
“We’d love you to help create compelling social media posts along your travels and help document the many landscapes, cityscapes and cultures of our amazing planet. You’ll be tasked with helping us grow our brand globally by expanding and nurturing our retailer network.” (Don’t worry, you won’t be starting cold. Memobottles are already sold in stores internationally and on Amazon.)
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The founders themselves are work-from-anywhere people. Since starting the company, they’ve traveled to over 30 countries between them and have run Memobottle from frozen lakes in the Arctic Circle and “even in the hull of a ship moored in a Norwegian harbor.”
To go to the job, click here. “Applications close Sept. 30.”
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