How to Apply for Siggi’s Chief Simplicity Offi-skyr Job and Get Paid $50,000 to Live in Iceland


If you’ve ever dreamed of traveling to Iceland to see the Northern Lights and stunning glaciers, check out this once-in-a-lifetime concert. Siggi’s, the brand known for its skyr yogurt made from ingredients sourced locally in Iceland, is sending someone to Iceland for a new campaign that will fuel your wanderlust. After the country’s new four-day workweek, Siggi’s hires a freelancer to document their stay among the serene landscapes and learn about the free-spirited way of life in Scandinavia. In short, you could be paid up to $50,000 to work a day less in Iceland and adopt a simpler lifestyle as the very first “Chief Simplicity Offi-skyr”. If that sounds like your perfect ally, here’s how to apply for Siggi’s “less frees you” job and put your name in the running for that dream gig.

In an effort to share the country’s simpler way of life with an international audience, Siggi’s Chef Simplicity Offi-skyr will be responsible for a variety of tasks, such as documenting their new Siggi-inspired back-to-basics lifestyle and the amazing sites they will have the opportunity to witness during their trip to Iceland. They’ll have the chance to explore spectacular waterfalls and photo-shooting hiking trails for Siggi’s social media, as well as share their top tips for a simpler lifestyle. Foodies will also want to get in on the action, as Chef Simplicity Offi-sky can also suggest potential new flavors to add to Siggi’s range after dining at traditional local restaurants and finding inspiration. The icing on the cake, the selected winner will receive $50,000 for their work commissioned by Siggi’s.

To apply for the concert, read the job offer and fill in the application form on this link. You’ll need to provide your background information, answer a few personality questions, share your photography and writing experience, and most importantly explain why you’re best suited to be the first Chief Simplicity Offi-sky of Sigi. Before you apply for the job, make sure you have a valid passport ready to go, writing and photography skills to show off, and a desire to make your life easier.

If Siggi’s selects you as the best candidate for the job, your start date will fall during the Northern Lights season, so you can capture as much magical content as possible and chase the lights for real. This usually falls from October to April, so the brand plans to fill the role by January 2023. Once you arrive in Iceland, you will work as a freelancer and choose your accommodations like accommodation and food according to the recommendations and insider reports from Siggi. You will also sign a contract outlining the deliverables and expectations of the work before you start capturing written and visual content.

A minimalist approach to life is actually attracting worldwide interest. In recent years, there has been a culture shift towards embracing slow living away from screens and a new appreciation for life in the great outdoors. If this lifestyle sounds like your speed, Iceland is the perfect place to adopt it, as it is currently ranked among the top five happiest countries in the world for its high standard of living and beautiful natural landscape. While you can still experience the country’s cultural energy in the capital, Reykjavik, venturing into the scenic countryside will give you a real taste of nature-centric Icelandic life. From climbing valcanoes, through hot springs and lava fields, and passing under huge glaciers, there are so many miracles to discover.

Iceland is one of the most scenic places in the world and is full of unique flora and fauna that you have never seen before, that’s why it will be a breeze to collect photos and epic landscape videos for Siggi’s social networks. In a place like this, you have no choice but to stop and smell the roses (or the wild dandelions to be more geographically precise).

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