Cancun Is Looking To Pay $60,000 For An 'Experience Officer'

Does getting paid for climbing pyramids, swimming with sharks and drinking margaritas all-day appeal to you? may have a job for you…

By kmvq on November 10, 2017
CANCUN, MEXICO - MARCH 15: Devon Windsor, Diego Boneta and Rachel Hilbert attend Victoria's Secret PINK Nation Spring Break Beach Party in Cancun, Mexico on March 15, 2016 in Cancun, Mexico. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret Pink)
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(997 NOW) – If you have 6-months to spare and like the idea of getting paid to live in paradise, you may qualify for a specialty job in Cancun.

According to Fortune, is offering a job that pays $10,000 a month as a “CEO”, a Cancun Experience Officer. The pay covers all expenses and is temporary position, lasting from March to August 2018.

TO GO WITH AFP STORY Photograph taken May 12, 2009 in Cancun, Mexico of empty lying chairs in Cancun Beach. Hotel occupancy has sunk across the country due to the crisis, and 25 hotels have temporarily closed in and around Cancun, local officials said Monday. Hotels in the area offered free vacations for three years to any tourist catching swine flu while on holiday there in a bid to counter the blow to the industry. AFP PHOTO/Luis Acosta (Photo credit should read LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)
Cancun, Mexico (credit: LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)

The job does require some work. The job duties include writing blog posts for, post on social media and generate videos of things you can do in Cancun.

Sound simple, right? Not really. Especially when your job duties expect you to do things like swim with whale sharks, climb a 3,000 year old Mayan Pyramid and probably drink a lot of maragaritas and cervezas as you can.

100 candidates will be selected in December 2017. A list of 50 will be whittled-down in January. By the end of the month, the top 5 finalists will be flown to Cancun for the final selection process.

Still interested? Applications are available online on their website.

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