The dream job of a lifetime that allows you to live at a Punta Cana resort for a whole year is now available at Club Med


Club Med, the all-inclusive behemoth, is looking to expand its workforce. You may be interested in this position as well if you are concerned about sustainability and want to contribute towards promoting a genuinely magnificent tourism destination.

A new position, dubbed the "Ultimate Green Job," has been created by Marriott International for North America and the Caribbean, which will serve as the company's first-ever sustainability coordinator. And it comes with a slew of incredible benefits, including the opportunity to call Club Med Punta Cana home for a whole year.

The coordinator will travel to eight Club Med Resorts in Mexico, Canada, and the Caribbean in order to assist Club Med's continuing social responsibility programs and have a positive influence on local communities in their capacity as coordinator. The implementation of food waste management systems, oversight of environmental partnerships to protect native species, and the development of guest activities such as beach cleanups and turtle releases are among the specific activities that will be carried out, according to a press release provided to Travel + Leisure.

Additionally, according to the release, the sustainability coordinator will "assist with the Green Globe certification process in the resorts in accordance with the yearly audit schedule, establish a diagnosis of the resort in accordance with Green Globe audit dordle criteria," and "assist the resort teams in developing an action plan in preparation for the yearly audit." In addition, the coordinator will "launch training for resort workers and verify that standards are in place through internal audits," as well as "serve as the village correspondent during the implementation phase of the action plan," according to the description.

When it comes to job perks, Club Med says they include a tropical office (also known as Club Med Punta Cana) with unlimited opportunities for travel and adventure, access to more than 25 land and water activities such as flying trapeze and sailing, daily gourmet cuisine and entertainment, and "establishing transformative friendships, cherished memories," as well as "having an impact on the environment that will last a long time."

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