Jet setting, luxury and adventure are not often going to be on your average job description, but Manchester men can now change that by applying for the role of stag do test pilot.
Globe trotters and thrill seekers are wanted to help leading stag do providers StagWeb keep up its 14 years of providing stag activities and destinations for soon to be husbands.
The stag do pilot role offers the chance for someone looking for an alternative to the normal nine-to-five job culture who is willing to throw themselves into a world of international travel and partying.
Mr Viveash the company’s digital marketing director told MM: “We need people who can jump straight in and really enjoy it, a simple day can see you quad biking and then end up paint balling.
“We introduce around 10-20 activities a week, and are always progressing.
“A can do-attitude is exactly what we’re looking. Any sort of travel background is going to help, anyone who may have been able to do some of the activities would be great but the role is so truly unique it is open to anyone.”
StagWeb is able to offer traditional stag night packages, as well as high-end alternatives.
With grooms having the chance to drink and club across 80 locations, the nightlife packages will see the stag do pilot able to savour trips with premium treatment at beer houses, banquets and booze cruises.
“Stag dos get a bad reputation, there is so much more that we can do, we can find exactly what people are looking, and make sure they remember what they did,” Mr Viveash explained.
“A 10 day trip starts you off with your own castle in Scotland and sees you traveling first class across the world.
“Racing professional NASCAR drivers and enjoying the best casinos in Las Vegas, basketball games in Miami, private islands in the Caribbean are just a few of the stop offs before finishing with a luxury dining experience in London.
“This is a serious role for a serious party survivor.”
The stag do test pilot role is being advertised on StagWeb’s website and has no current closing date.
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