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Beach resort seeks someone to live in luxury hotels for six months - with £45,000 salary on top

Mirror logo Mirror 6 days ago Nicola Oakley

a large body of water with a city in the background: Credits: Moment RF © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Moment RF Ever fancied quitting your job and escaping to a far-flung beach for six months but can't afford to?

Well this might be your lucky day, because you can do just that and get paid £45,000 for doing so.

The city of Cancun, in Mexico, is looking for someone to live there between March and August next year.

You won't have to use any of your £45,000 to pay for rent as the job advert states: "They will be housed in luxury hotels and resorts for the duration of their stay.

"All work-related accommodations, excursions, and equipment will be completely paid for by Cancun.com."

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What's the catch? There is none. All you have to do is be a "brand ambassador" and "showcase the warmth, wonder and essence of Cancun as one of the world's premier vacation destinations."

The job title is CEO, which usually stands for Chief Executive Officer (and comes with a lot of pressure).

But on the white, sandy beaches of Mexico this stands for "Cancun Experience Officer", which sounds much more fun.

a sandy beach next to a body of water: Credits: The Image Bank © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: The Image Bank The advert, on Cancun.com, reads: "As CEO, you will get the chance to swim with whale sharks, explore the jungle, investigate ancient ruins, and much more.

"Over a period of six months, you'll research, capture, record, and represent the destination for Cancun.com."

Best of all, you don't even need experience to apply. They only ask that you are aged over 18 before January 1, 2018.

Also see: One of Pablo Escobar's former mansions has been transformed into a luxury hotel where you can stay for $515 for night (Provided by Business Insider)

<p>Though there are few traces of its past left now, this luxury hotel on the Caribbean coast of Mexico was once a mansion owned by Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar. </p><p><a href="http://www.casamalca.com/">Casa Malca</a>, a stunning Mexican hotel near <a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/is-tulum-better-than-cancun-2016-9?utm_source=msn.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=msn-slideshow&utm_campaign=bodyurl"> Tulum</a>, was bought by renowned New York art collector and gallery owner Lio Malca in 2012.</p><p> Malca renovated the building and created a new boutique hotel that he filled with valuable pieces from his art collection, including works from Keith Haring, KAWS, and Marion Peck.</p><p> Here's what it looks like inside:</p> One of Pablo Escobar's former mansions has been transformed into a luxury hotel where you can stay for $515 for night

There is no age limit on the job application, so if you're retired and think you can give it a go feel free to apply.

You must also be fluent in written and spoken English. To be honest, we would probably learn any language to bag this job.

The ideal applicant will, they say, have a "unique eye for capturing stories, a warmth in interacting with others, a self-motivated work ethic, and a dedication to producing high-quality work."

If you think this sounds like you, you can apply on the Cancun.com website . Applications close on December 17, 2017.

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