CarAdvice Launches Dream Job for 2015


CarAdvice is offering Aussies a chance at a dream job. As a vehicle correspondent, the successful candidate, known as The CarAdvice Correspondent, will spend 3 months working and learning from expert automotive journalists about how to evaluate cars and write reviews. The lucky winner will be given advanced driver training and get to test-drive the latest and greatest cars on the market.

The opportunity culminates in an all-inclusive trip to the Tokyo Motor Show, courtesy of Mazda, where you would put those skills into practice and report live on all the latest industry news for CarAdvice.

If you’re a car enthusiast, a hard worker and ready for a new challenge, just head to and throw your hat in the ring. Be sure to check out the brief and submit a written or video car review to be in the running for this awesome job. 

Three finalists will be selected to attend auditions with the CarAdvice expert panel in Sydney on August 15 where they will be among the first people in Australia to test drive the all-new 2015 Mazda MX-5. From there, the expert panel of Alborz Fallah the founder of CarAdvice, Chris Atkinson, FIA World Rally Driver, Lauren Philips, TV Presenter and James Ward, Associate Publisher at CarAdvice will select the winner.

“Three months of living and breathing the latest new cars – for anyone passionate about cars or interested in a new career avenue, this has to be a once-in-a-lifetime dream opportunity,” said Andrew Beecher, CEO of CarAdvice.

“You don’t have to be a petrol head to win – Mums, students, bloggers, anyone, we want to hear from you. Check out the brief, grab your camera and your laptop, do a review, enter online and share with your social networks and you could be in with a chance for the best paid job of 2015.”

The competition starts at midday on Wednesday June 17, 2015 and finishes midday July 27, 2015. Auditions for the finalists will be held on Saturday August 15, 2015 with the Major Prize winner being announced at 9am on Wednesday August 19, 2015.

The position is a part-time location independent role with flexible hours to accommodate those with day jobs.

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