One Canadian is Still in the Running for Wildlife Caretaker and Australia’s ‘Best Jobs’

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Greg Snell is the lone Canadian still in the running for one of Australia’s Best Jobs in the World. He is up against nine other nationalities of shortlisted candidates.

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This young Canadian has proven his creativity on the global stage by placing himself in one of the top 25 shortlisted candidates for the Wildlife Caretaker position in Australia’s Best Jobs in the World competition. 150 people from 35 countries have made it through to the next stage of Tourism Australia’s ‘Best Jobs in the World’, and Canada has currently has eight candidates in the running. However, Greg stands alone for the position of Wildlife Caretaker.

You can check out his video entry here ( Wildlife Caretaker

Jane Whitehead, Tourism Australia’s Regional General Manager, Americas said the response from Canadians in the global competition had been huge, and it was very exciting to see eight Canadians progress to the final stages.

"Canadians have shown great interest in this campaign and every job available, and we are pleased that they are in the top five countries for shortlisted candidates. The Best Jobs in the World campaign has highlighted how creative Canadians can be and how they can't wait to experience our great nature, wildlife, city, lifestyle and events through one of these Best Jobs in the World," Mrs Whitehead said.

Based on Greg’s original video submission ( and supporting references, judges will select the 3 strongest Wildlife Caretaker candidates who will be invited to a final assessment in Australia in mid-June, with the successful job candidate announced on 21 June 2013.

For further information, please email gregorsnell(at)gmail(dot)com or follow on Twitter @gregorsnell

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