Have you ever dreamed of getting paid to wear diamonds? Well, if you live in Derby, Beaverbrooks might have the perfect role for you.
The Intu Derby jewellers is hiring a “chief bling officer”, whose job it will be to wear diamonds and jewellery.
Beaverbrooks is looking for a local jewellery lover who will sample a range of pieces from its latest fine and fashion jewellery collections and provide their feedback.
As well as receiving £500, the newly appointed chief bling officer will also be given £2,000 worth of sparkling jewellery which they will be able to keep for their own collection once the contract comes to an end.
The selected candidate will receive a range of different precious jewels, including a gold and diamond pendant, and a pair of silver statement earrings.
Laura Alexander, store manager at Beaverbrooks Derby, said: “As a family-owned business we really care about our jewellery and creating special moments for our customers, which is why we’re looking for a chief bling officer to become our new ambassador for all things sparkle.
“We’re searching for the biggest jewellery and diamond fanatic to trial our latest pieces and report back on style, versatility, wear-ability and ‘bling-factor’, all whilst getting paid to do so.
“So, if you’ve got a passion for fashion, a keen interest in social media, and you think you might have what it takes to be our first ever chief bling officer, then we want to hear from you.”
Crucially, Beaverbrooks is looking for a budding jewellery enthusiast, who knows their emeralds from their amethysts, with a true passion for everything bling – from rose gold and platinum through to sparkling diamond earrings and pendants.
The chief bling officer will be asked to style the jewellery with their favourite outfits and blog about their fashion experience, as well as posting the content on their own social media channels.
The chosen individual will also feature on the jeweller’s website, The Beaverbrooks Journal and social media channels from September.
This article was sourced from Derby Telegraph. Visit their site for news from throughout Derby.