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A California Winery Is Offering One Lucky Person Their Dream Job & Quebecers Can Apply

You'll get a year's supply of Murphy-Goode wine, plus a salary.
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A California Winery Is Offering One Lucky Person Their Dream Job & Quebecers Can Apply

Have you ever thought to yourself, "Forget this, I'm gonna go work on a vineyard somewhere?" Well, Murphy-Goode in California is offering someone their dream job on a winery and Quebecers can apply.

Or rather, they call it "A Really Goode Job."

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Over a four-month search, the winery is looking for someone to fill the position and the perks sound as amazing as a top-quality bottle.

The lucky "employee" will receive a $10,000 salary, accommodation in the quaint town of Healdsburg in California's famous Sonoma County and a year supply of Murphy-Goode wine.

What might this job entail, you may ask? For the first stint, you'll be shadowing an amazing winemaker, Dave Ready Jr., where you'll learn all about Sonoma County and winemaking.

Then, you'll work with Murphy-Goode to develop a role for anything and everything you're passionate about.

To apply, all you have to do is send in a video explaining why you'd be a good fit with the team and what it is you want to do. Applications are due on June 30, 2021, and will be announced in July for an August start date.

All Quebecers who are able to work in the US are eligible.

If you're thinking about whether or not this is the opportunity for you... Wine not?

This article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.

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