You could get paid £2k per week to test luxury homes abroad - here's how to apply
Fancy travelling around the world, staying in luxury accommodation and getting paid for it? One company is looking for a lucky employee to do just that.
Luxury online marketplace, Hush Hush, is currently on the hunt for someone to test out luxury homes across the globe, all expenses paid.
The successful applicant will be called up between 10 and 15 times a year and asked to fly out to a new exotic destination for a week's stay in an extravagant holiday home. Best of all, you'll be paid £2,000 per week for the pleasure.
What does the job involve?
After you've spent sufficient time relaxing, lounging by the pool and soaking up some rays, you'll be required to write a detailed 800 word report on the property's location, accessibility, style, comfort and suitability for the Hush Hush website. You'll have to submit this within five days of returning.
The job could see you travelling to some breathtaking locations, with properties on the site including a 25 bedroom Spanish villa, an oceanfront home in Florida’s exclusive Ocean Reef Club, a luxury Chateau on the French Riviera and a 14,000 square foot mansion in the Pacific Heights neighbourhood of San Francisco.
How to apply
There are between five and 10 positions open, and to qualify, you'll have to demonstrate reliability, a keen eye for detail and good writing skills. You can't have any criminal convictions, must have an up-to-date passport, and be willing to conduct reviews at a short notice.
The role is advertised as paying £52,000 pro rata and part-time. To apply, you'll need to head over to the Hush Hush website and fill in their application form, which asks applicants to fill in some personal details, alongside an answer to the question, "Why do you think you have what it takes to become a property tester?"