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Have you ever looked at the Instagrams of those girls who get paid to travel and snap gorgeous photos of their locations and been so jealous you could burst? 

Well, Canon is looking for someone to fill a very unique position as it begins its search for the ultimate storyteller.

One lucky person will spend a year chasing summer across the globe in order to identify 365 inspiring stories, to help rectify the fact that the art of storytelling is getting lost in a social media feed cluttered with drunken night out snaps, selfies and hot dogs or legs holiday snaps. 

 

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Canon has opened applications for one person to ‘Live For The Story.’ Applications for this role will be taken via Instagram and judged by actress, producer, musician and storyteller, Zoë Kravitz (no big deal).

The successful candidate will follow the sun across the globe, visiting destinations from Lisbon to Melbourne to Brazil, documenting their locations and experiences as they go.

'Those who think they have what it takes to inspire people to find their own stories can apply by sharing their most memorable summer story on Instagram with the story behind it (no more than 50 words), tagging @CanonUK and #LiveForTheStory.'

 

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'Submissions will be judged on a number of elements including storytelling ability, visual appeal, originality and inspirational qualities.'

'The successful candidate will be required to travel the world chasing summer in order to identify 365 inspiring stories throughout the course of the job.'

'The role is all expenses paid and, of course, offers a holiday allowance of 365 days per annum.'

This literally sounds like the ultimate dream job.  

Zoë Kravitz said: “Summer is a time of spontaneity and living in the moment.'

'We want to encourage people to live every second to the fullest, because it’s then that the best stories can happen.'

We volunteer as tribute!

Feature image: GypseaLust / Instagram 

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Irish salad company Chopped has grown astronomically in the past few years, and now the company is expanding further. 

The chopping connoisseurs have announced the creation of 320 new jobs today.

Both full time and part time jobs will be available as Chopped opens 20 new stores.

 

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The new shops will be opening during 2017 all across the country, including Cork, Wicklow and Waterford. 

The company is also making its first oversees endeavour, as it plans to create up to 110 jobs in the UK through new stores.

The health food company has grown extremely popular, thanks to the multiple healthy lunch options it offers in the form of salad bowls, wraps, soups and detox smoothies. 

Oh, and while we have you; don't forget to have your say in the inaugural SHEmazing Awards this May! It's time to vote, and you can do it right here!

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Haven't quite managed to find your perfect job in the tech field?

Well it's time to dust off that CV, as tech firm Fenergo is set to create 200 new jobs in Ireland's capital. 

The company, which works with financial clients, has roles in the areas of engineering, consulting and marketing available.

According to the company's Graduate Programme, the firm is looking for candidates with "a degree and a strong aptitude for problem solving."

"We also are looking for people with a clear and articulate communication style, strong team working ability, strong documentation and writing skills, MS Office expertise, flexibility and willingness to learn in an extremely dynamic environment."

Get applying, because recruitment will begin immediately with all positions to be filled over the next 12 to 18 months.

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Aungier Danger is currently on the hunt for the best bakers in the business, as the ever-expanding doughnut company wants to add some new talent to its team.

Among the applications which we're sure are pouring in, was one little love note for Aungier Danger that their HR department definitely didn't miss. 

The Dublin-based doughnut delicatessen posted this picture across their social media, showing a screen grab from one confectionery fan.

The impressive email was from one daring 13-year-old, who went out on a limb to tell Aungier Danger that he or she loved their delicious doughnuts.

"I don't want to apply because I'm 13 I just really like your doughnuts," read the message.

While the doughnut fan may not have much baking experience, we think AG owe him a few freebies for reaching out. 

Who knows, maybe there is a youth ambassador position available?

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