Millionaire Hiring Personal Photographer To Travel The World And Get Paid £28k
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The self-made Australian millionaire who recently hired a personal assistant for the 'coolest job in the world' is now looking to expand his staff - offering a salary of AU $55,000 (£28,500/US $37,600) for a new personal photographer.
Matthew Lepre, founder of Ecom Warrior Academy, needs someone to help him as he travels across Europe and the United States, taking snaps and uploading them to his social media channels.
Sounds pretty cushy, right?
To be considered, all you need is a valid passport, an eye for the perfect picture and to be able to travel at a moment's notice.
Lepre, 27, told the Daily Mail: "During the past year alone I have managed to grow my business while travelling to UAE, Indonesia, USA, NZ, Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland and Thailand and up until now, have relied on my best friend to be there to take photos on his phone.
"My business has now expanded rapidly and I need my mate Mitch to be there to work in other areas so I'm now putting the open call out to the world for someone to be there to fill this role."
He added: "The selected person for this role would need to be flexible with their life and be able to join me too, on my crazy schedule that could take me anywhere, anytime."
As Lepre's prospective photographer, you'd be expected to have all your own camera gear. But don't worry, he'll be covering all flights and accommodation abroad - so the perk is you'd essentially be getting paid to travel the globe.
Sydney-based Lepre explained that his life has become 'pretty hectic', which is why he needs a helping hand.
He continued: "Just a few weeks ago I was asked by a leading TV station in Milan to come for an interview so had to drop everything and hop on a plane and travel across the other side of the world three days later."
Lepre put out a similar call for a new personal assistant earlier this year, promising them AU $52,000 (£27,000/US $35,600) and similar globe-trotting perks.
After looking through 70,000 applications, he eventually settled on former fashion student Tyanna De Assis.
Back in October she told News.com.au: "After four months working for the agency I went travelling to LA and while I was there I found out I was short-listed - I headed back to Sydney and had a phone interview with Matt and it went from there.
"I applied because it was already what I was doing - office and PA roles, social media content strategies.
"This role was perfect because I could travel which I do a lot of anyway and have the best of both worlds."