From time to time VeryFirstTo employs Interns for a 3-month period.
Interns will be likely to have recently graduated from University and be interested in, and enthusiastic about, the luxury world.
Work invariably involves a considerable amount of research. VeryFirstTo will, at minimum, pay travel expenses.
If you are interested please email jordana.c@VeryFirstTo.com with your CV attached (ensuring the Subject states: Intern Application).
No agencies. Sorry, but please note that due to anticipated level of response only a few candidates will be responded to.
LIVING LUXURY EXECUTIVE
VeryFirstTo is looking for an individual to live a life of luxury for a salary (to be negotiated). This will involve sampling the finest products and experiences that the luxury world is launching. From newly opening prestigious restaurants; hotels; and galleries to just released luxury bags; tech; jewellery; cars; homeware; health, beauty and men's grooming products and yachts. The Living Luxury Executive will dine at the best opening restaurants; lounge in the finest hotels; dress in stunning jewels; road test the most extravagant cars; face test the most indulgent cosmetic products; play with the most sophisticated tech products; etc.
Product and experience evaluations delivered by the Living Luxury Executive will enable VeryFirstTo to provide members with an even more rigorous insight into newly launching luxury.
We believe that our members are likely to prove the most appropriate candidates for the position but please feel welcome to alert any other appropriate candidates.
The ideal candidate would be: an early adopter; discerning; eloquent; familiar with fashion, hospitality, cuisine and technology; and have experience of the luxury market.
There are currently no vacancies for this position in the UK or beyond. However, you are welcome to register your interest and submit your CV for future consideration. To do this, please email info@VeryFirstTo.com with your CV attached (ensuring the Subject states: Living Luxury Executive Application). Nothing should appear on the email except: write one line (in NO more than 40 words) explaining why you, above any other candidate, should be chosen.