Three Europeans

The German Mirjam Novak is a finalist for the position of the ‘island ‘Ranger flying vacancy by Tourism Queensland the German Mirjam Novak from Erlangen early May to Queensland. The 28 year-old actress, owned by total 35,000 applicants to the best job in the world”search by Tourism Queensland, to the final 16 remaining contenders. Source: Pinterest. For them, the dream, island Rangers advances”on Hamilton Iceland to become a whole lot closer. With her Henry from France two more applicants from Europe are available with the 25 year-old Magali Heuberger from the Netherlands and the 23-year old Ben among the top 16. All 16 potential Island Ranger”come from the United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand and Singapore meet early may in Queensland. According to the interviews and various activities, deciding who may work from July 1 for half a year in the Whitsundays falls on May 6. The 30-year old Clare Wang, an interpreter from Taiwan, was already last week as the first Finals solid candidate.

“With their video, the Taiwanese has convinced the Internet community: more than 150,000 they chose about a wild card in the finals for the best job in the world”. A candidate was sent by the Internet users in the race. For this wild card, there are 50 applicants. They fought for several weeks on website for the attention of Internet users”, explains Kai Ostermann, Regional Director of Tourism Queensland Europe. Due to the impressive PR campaigns that come up with the candidates had to draw attention to himself and thus vote to win Tourism Queensland summarily, decided to increase the number of finalists from 11 to 16. “It’s going to a real job so we want to ensure of course, really to find the best candidates in the selection process”, explains Kai Ostermann’s decision.

The tender of the best job in the world”had been called Queensland Tourism in life, to the State of Australia as a holiday destination worldwide more popular. Thus, it becomes a task of the future Island Rangers”be to keep clean in addition to mundane chores, such as the swimming pool, to explore the Islands in the great barrier reef and to portray all experiences in a blog in the world. The job is limited to six months and is still the highest paid janitorial job in the world with a salary of approximately 75,500 euros. More details on. General information about Queensland under. Media interested in an interview with the candidates can contact us. We like to make contact. News plus media + communications c/o Peter Mierzwiak Sun-str. 9 D-80331 Munich Germany phone + 49 (89) 23 66 21 39 fax + 49 (89) 23 66 21 99 E-Mail