Murphy Goode is making a statement by searching for the first “Murphy-Goode Wine Country Lifestyle Correspondent”. This whole thing has something to do with Vikings and a strange form of street justice called Liar’s Dice, but I’m still into it.
$10,000 dollars a month sounds like a lot of money, and it is, but you’re gonna work for it. The main focus of the work is to make an epic statement on behalf of Murphy-Goode in the world of social media via “weekly blogs, photo diaries, Twitter, Facebook, video updates and ongoing media interviews.” There is other stuff too: exploring Sonoma, tracking owls and raptors, and testing picnic sites. Yes, this job is the real deal.
To apply, you’ll need a 60-second video “in English, created by you that shows why you are the best person for the job and exhibits your ability to communicate.”
You have until June 19 to get your application in, so get on it!