Vidanta, Latin America's Leading Luxury Resort Company, is Hiring for Your Next Dream Job

Vidanta Announces 'World's Best Job' Campaign With $120,000 Salary to Spend a Year Vacationing at Mexico's Most Beautiful Beaches for a Living

Mexico, Mexico City. August 23, 2018

Vidanta, a collection of premier entertainment and destination resorts across Mexico, announced today the launch of the "World's Best Job" global campaign, where one lucky candidate will land the dream job of a lifetime. Boasting an impressive hotel portfolio located along some of the most coveted beaches in Mexico including Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Maya, Los Cabos, Acapulco, Puerto Peñasco, and Puerto Vallarta, Vidanta's "World's Best Job" campaign seeks a brand ambassador to leave the office life behind and make some of Mexico's most impressive resorts their new workplace. Days will be spent acting as Vidanta's on-location social influencer, gathering content by experiencing all of the comfort, relaxation, adventure and luxury they have to offer.

"Considering all of Vidanta's impressive resort amenities including gourmet dining, high-end spas, designer golf courses and our exclusive entertainment partnerships with Cirque du Soleil and Hakkasan Group, it's an understatement when we say that the 'perks' of this position are endless," said Iván Chávez, Executive Vice President, Grupo Vidanta. "In addition, the lucky applicant will fully immerse themselves in each of our resort destinations; from uncovering ancient Mayan ruins, hidden eateries and underwater cenotes to discovering the hottest new restaurants and nightclubs while attending the biggest shows and entertainment offerings in the area, this is truly the opportunity of a lifetime."

The "World's Best Job" will come with an attractive one-year salary of $120,000 USD plus travel expenses, dining credit at each of the resorts, and resort accommodations at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta, the most expansive of all Vidanta destinations set on over 2,500 acres and comprised of five resort hotel brands, including the Five-Diamond Grand Luxxe. Once selected, the candidate will go through an extensive employee training that will provide valuable insights and life-long skills that will inevitably set up the individual for an incredibly successful career. While there is no 'typical work day' for the "World's Best Job," the ambassador will create engaging content and inspire travelers worldwide by experiencing both the local culture and Vidanta resort life including breakfast in bed, getting pampered at the luxurious Spatium spa, enjoying a round of golf at the state-of-the-art Jack Nicklaus Academy of Golf, fist pumping to the world's biggest DJs at OMNIA Los Cabos and soaking up the sun poolside, margarita in hand. Destination highlights can include starting your day by watching a just-hatched turtle begin their life journey, zip-lining through the Riviera Nayarit jungle, swimming with whale sharks in the Caribbean Sea, soaring sky high above the waves on a parasail, enjoying a culture tour through the San Jose art walk, admiring the famous Acapulco cliff divers, learning about the El Pinacate Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and ending the night stargazing along the Sea of Cortez or taste-testing amazing new dishes prepared by one of Mexico's most buzzed-about, culinary superstar chefs.

All applicants must apply online via www.worldsbestjob.com and submit their resume in addition to an optional 60-second video. Final deadline for applications is Sunday, October 21 at 11:50 PM CDT. While no former experience is required to apply, the ideal candidate will have previous sales or hospitality experience, a warmth in interacting with others, be willing to relocating to Mexico and have a genuine love for travel and new experiences.


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