Chief Simplicity Offi-skyr
While many companies have been pushing for a healthy work/life balance, siggi’s is the first to offer a gig that truly maximizes living a simple life and enjoying the benefits that the environment and nature have to offer. Discover if this opportunity is right for you.
seeking a more simple life?
The past few years have encouraged people to redefine what they value most. This culture shift is rooted in the idea of freedom and flexibility. As a result, many are seeking a simpler way of life, including moving out of big cities or prioritizing remote work. If this sounds like you, keep reading.
freelance gig in Iceland
siggi’s recently launched a new campaign called "less sets you free" that celebrates the freedom in simplicity. As part of this initiative, siggi's is providing a once-in-a-lifetime freelancing opportunity in Iceland.
This freelancing gig of Chief Simplicity Offi-skyr will allow someone to spend time in Iceland living and documenting a simple life during the country’s new, successful 4-day work week (BBC).
Iceland boasts high living standards, friendly people, beautiful nature, and a rich culture; it is consistently ranked as one of the top five happiest countries in the world. So, as we see a culture shift to focusing on a simple lifestyle, we could learn a thing or two from this Scandinavian country!
The goal of the new gig is to bring to the forefront what a simple life in Iceland can look like and the key learnings that can be applied here in the U.S.
role & responsibilities
The Chief Simplicity Offi-skyr gig will afford a freelancer the opportunity to spend time living a simpler life in Iceland and be compensated up to $50,000 for work commissioned by siggi’s as part of the gig, including:
Documenting the mission of simplicity and living in the way that initially inspired the siggi’s brand.
Identifying the best ways to truly live a simple life and bringing that forth with photography, research, etc.
Suggesting potential new simple siggi’s flavors inspired by eating quintessential Icelandic foods.
Documenting the experience of chasing the Northern Lights, waterfalls, glaciers and all that Iceland’s nature has to offer.
Creating content for siggi’s social channels.
siggi’s will also offer to leverage its local ties to connect the selected freelancer with hiking guides, restaurant owners and chefs, and more to ensure they experience all the country has to offer.
Are you ready to explore beautiful Iceland and discover the impact of freedom and simplicity? This is a dream opportunity to explore a new country as well as a simpler lifestyle. Apply for the siggi's Chief Simplicity Offi-skyr freelancer gig today.
When’s the submission deadline?
There is no official deadline but we aim to go through applications and select the freelancer before the end of 2022.
Do I have time to renew my passport?
In general, to travel, U.S. citizens or legal U.S. permanent residents usually need a valid passport, a permanent resident card (if applicable), and whatever visas are required by the country they intend to visit, in this case Iceland. While the U.S. may not require permanent residents to have a valid passport to re-enter the U.S., foreign countries and airlines generally require legal U.S. permanent residents to have a valid passport.
How long will I live in Iceland for?
While there is no formal requirement, we believe the ability to do the work commissioned by siggi’s as part to the gig (see https://hello.siggis.com/chief-simplicity-offiskyr) could take anywhere from one to six months.
Is the 50k for the whole time, monthly, etc.?
The Chief Simplicity Offi-skyr gig will afford a freelancer the opportunity to be compensated up to $50,000 for work commissioned by siggi’s/specific deliverables as part of the gig (see https://hello.siggis.com/chief-simplicity-offiskyr).
Are Brazilians allowed to apply?
Anyone can apply provided they are a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident of the U.S.
Will the chosen person be allowed to bring their partner?
It is up to the selected freelancer to decide what works best for them and their family.
Do you have to be a US citizen to apply?
No, lawful permanent residents of the U.S. also may apply.