Millionaire Wants Someone To Travel The World With Him And Take Pictures For £28k
Matthew Lepre is offering a salary of AU $55,000, (£28,500) for the gig, which involves joining him as he ventures across Europe and the United States, taking snaps and uploading them onto his social channels.
Where do we sign?!
If you wish to be considered for the job, all you need is a valid passport, a free schedule and - most importantly - an eye for a good candid. (Now that we can do.)
As well as looking buff on Instagram, Lepre earns around AU $120,000 (£63,000) a month through his business, coaching companies, and does seminars all around the world to teach others how to create their own wealth.
The 27-year-old told Tyla: 'I need someone that loves to travel and that can document my journey through photos and videos.
"My friend was taking [the pictures] for me but now he works on my Facebook ads full time for my e-commerce stores."
The Sydney based self-made-millionaire added that the reason he's so keen to document his travels is because he wants to "share amazing places with everyone," and "inspire them" to follow their dreams like he is.
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Be warned, you'll have to own a professional camera to bring along, or shell out for one.
However, Matthew will pay for all your flights and accommodation abroad, so, really, it's a small price considering you're essentially getting a salary for going travelling and living a life of luxury.
Another requirement of Matthew's future photographer is that you'll have to be ready and waiting to jet away with him at the drop of a hat.
The businessman turned influencer has a hectic schedule, and is regularly called across the world for TV appearances, meaning he could be in Milan one minute and the States the next.
This isn't the first time Matthew has advertised for staff online, putting out a similar request for a personal assistant earlier this year on his channels.
Describing it as 'the coolest job in the world', Matthew told his followers that the assistant would be expected to be "computer savvy, have proven social media capabilities, [be] organised, willing to learn and ambitious."
And a whopping 70,000 applications landed in his inbox before he eventually hired fashion student Tyanna De Assis - meaning he will likely have a lot of job interviews to conduct for his new role, too.
If you fancy joining him, it's time to polish up your Insta page.... you'll need to stand out from all the competition.
Featured Image Credit: Matthew Lepre
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