With their 20th anniversary approaching, Match.com are looking for one intrepid single to travel the globe searching for dating tips from other cultures.
The dating company are looking for their first Date Explorer, who will jet off on an all-expenses-paid, around-the-world trip, to gather “dating tips and expertise from five foreign cultures”.
The candidate must be an adventurous British singleton with a love to travel, and good experience producing either video, photographic or written content.
Their chosen Date Explorer will travel to New York, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Paris and Stockholm – going on dates and gathering advice from the different dating cultures.
Kate Taylor, dating and relationship expert at Match.com, said: “We are already hugely influenced by other nations in all areas of life, from what we eat and drink, to how we spend our leisure time, so it makes sense for the next generation of daters to gather international tips on enjoying great dates.”
Match.com research found that only 29% of Brits think people from the UK are good daters compared to other nationalities, and 40% thought Britain is generally stuck in a dating rut.
The lucky singleton will travel for six weeks this summer, during June and July.
To apply for the position go here – applications are already open, and close on 30th April.