Oregon wine company hiring for a seasonal employee to travel the country and drink canned wine
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Wine is great, wine is good, whether you're drinking it from a bottle like a Real Adult or from a bag like a true champ.
These days, you can even drink it so cool-ly from a can like it's your job.
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But we're not hyperbolizing here — one Oregon winery is looking to hire someone to drink canned wine for a real-life paying job.
Union Wine Company, based out of Oregon, is looking for a summer 'canbassador' (A+ on the job title, if we do say so ourselves) to join the company's Road Trip Events team and help promote Union's 'Underwood Wine in a Can' product.
The job description boasts that the team will be "making pit stops at some of summer's best music festivals, store openings and outdoor events", traveling cross country and back around again.
Of course, the road trip that accompanies what might be the chillest job ever is set to take place on some pretty sweet wheels — the team will be traveling via a 1972 Citroën mobile wine bar.
But Union Wine Company warns that this job isn't all fun and games, because you know, there's like emotions that come with it and stuff:
"[This position] involves being away from home for extended periods of time (1-4 months at a time), working long hours, adapting to stressful and changing conditions – all the while providing a positive attitude and memorable experience for customers encountered during the trip."
Honestly, not swaying us away from it.
Basic requirements ask that applicants are at least 21 years of age, can lift 50 pounds "repeatedly" (Better stop slacking on those bicep curls!)and can drive a large vehicle with an attached trailer, which might be harder than it sounds.
Down to apply? Shoot a cover letter and resume over to Union Wine Company but move quick — you only have until Sunday, May 7!
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