Dream festive job as you could get paid to plan Santa trips in Lapland | The Sun

CHRISTMAS enthusiasts can apply for their dream job – planning Santa trips to Lapland.

You don't even needexperience about Lapland, with full training given.

The job has been listed by Stewart Travel Ltd, in Ayr, who are looking for a "Lapland Expert".

The lucky applicant will join the team planning their Santa Claus Trips.

While some sales experience is wanted, you also need to "bring to life the magic of Christmas/Lapland".

Many of the trips include a meeting with Santa and his elves, as well as husky and reindeer sleigh rides and a visit to the ski town Levi.

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The trips are all ATOL protected and have Free Child Places too.

The application states: "The Lapland division of one of Scotland’s most dynamic Leisure Travel Groups are recruiting talented and confident salespeople to join our fast-growing specialist business – Santa Claus Trips."

While based in Scotland, the listing does offer hybrid office working and working from home.

It doesn't list the exact salary, although describes it as "competitive" and the role comes with travel discounts too.

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