Adventurers Needed: National Geographic Casting New Adventure TV Series

Our friends at National Geographic Television are gearing up to develop a new TV program that should be very interesting to all of us. The series will feature an adventure team that links up with field scientists on expeditions around the globe.

Right now they are looking to cast a “team leader.”  Could it be you? See the job description below and forward to any friends who may be interested. Good luck!

OFFICIAL CASTING NOTICE FOR TEAM LEADER:  

National Geographic seeking to hire a multi-disciplinary team leader with multiple extreme and expert outdoor skills to guide challenging field expeditions around the world.  Must be experienced navigating through remote areas, able to handle rapidly changing situations, passionate about exploration and adventure, and as comfortable on camera as in the field.  Full-time employment with a minimum one-year contract.  Be prepared to inspire a team and have the experience of a lifetime.

If interested, please email us at NGTeamLeader@gmail.com and let us know about why you’re perfect for the job. Make sure to include your name, contact information, and a photo and/or video links.  (Submissions without photos or video WILL NOT be considered.) U.S. passport and enthusiasm required.

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