Bosses are offering more than $100,000 to potential job candidates in a bid to lure them out of the city and onto the coast.
A number of employers are offering unmatched benefits for those who think they’re stuck in a rut or just want to make the escape from the city.
And the best part is, you don’t necessarily need a university degree to score these top jobs.
Clearlight Saunas is offering a General Manager position at its Mullumbimby office along the north-coast of New South Wales.
Clearlight Saunas is offering a General Manager position at its Mullumbimby office along the north-coast of New South Wales (pictured, Mullumbimby is only a short 15 minute drive from tourist hotspot Byron Bay)
The popular tourist hotspot boasts a range of cafes, coastal walks and expansive beaches (pictured, Byron Bay’s famous Cape Byron Lighthouse)
The position offers well above $100,000 and the figure will be determined based on the employee’s experience.
‘Our philosophy is that if you get someone who really knows what they’re doing, then the money is well spent,’ CEO Sebastian Mierau told Daily Mail Australia.
In place of a degree, candidates are required to bring with them at least 10 years experience in a similar position.
‘We are not focused on degrees anymore. We base our criteria on people’s experience and what they can do for the company.
‘They could have run their own business or worked for another organisation, so long as they can show they’ve helped their past employer grow, that’s what we’re looking for’.
Successful job applicants will also have the opportunity to travel to Clearlight Sauna’s other offices, including Berkeley, on Sydney’s south coast.
While the position is not located right on the beach, the small town is a short 15- minute drive from Byron Bay.
The popular tourist hotspot boasts a range of cafes, coastal walks and expansive beaches.
Mr Mierau noted that the natural landscape and relaxed lifestyle was just an added attraction for workers wanting to escape the busy and chaotic city life.
‘There are a few startups that have been started, with people moving from Sydney. They’re looking for that lifestyle and a focus on wellness.’
Further inland, Lismore City Council is currently offering a Manager People and Safety position, with an appealing salary.
On the other side of the country, Chandler McLeod Group is putting up a very appealing offer for anyone wanting to make the move to Esperance (pictured), on the south-coast of Western Australia
The recruitment agency has put out a job offer for a Dump Truck Operator with an impressive package and potential to earn a six-figure pay bracket in a year (pictured, a kangaroo at Lucky Bay, in the Cape Le Grand National Park near Esperance)
Residents will also be able to check out Lake Hillier, famous for its vibrant pink water
Newcomers will be able to enjoy up to $145,000 a year and will only be living less than an hour drive from Byron Bay.
Suitable candidates don’t necessarily require a university degree to take up the top job, but will need extensive experience in the related field to make up for it.
They will have worked in Human Resources and the Health and Safety Department for at least 10 years, where they occupied a senior position or something similar.
On the other side of the country, Chandler McLeod Group is putting up a very attractive work package for anyone wanting to make the move to Esperance, on the south-coast of Western Australia.
The recruitment agency has put out a job offer for a Dump Truck Operator with an impressive package and potential to earn a six-figure pay bracket in a year.
The job offers $47 hour, though workers will have to toil through 12.5 hour shifts.
Despite the heavy workload, the position comes with a range of benefits.
While the Dump Truck and multi-skilled Operators may be working further inland at the Bowen Basin, manager Allan Hayes told Daily Mail Australia that Mackay was the place of choice to live for many of the workers (pictured, Cape Hillsborough located in the Mackay region)
A similar package is currently being offered at Mackay, on the Queensland north-coast
Workers are entitled to 105 hours of sick leave and six weeks of paid annual leave.
In their downtime, they can check out the white sand beaches in the region and wander among the many hiking tracks.
Residents will also be able to check out Lake Hillier, famous for its vibrant pink water.
A similar package is currently being offered at Mackay, on the Queensland north-coast.
While the Dump Truck and multi-skilled Operators may be working further inland at the Bowen Basin, manager Allan Hayes told Daily Mail Australia that Mackay was the place of choice to live for many of the workers.
‘Where I live, I am about 120 metres away from Airlie Beach and you’re right near the Great Barrier Reef, and the weather is great all year round.’
Intrepid explorers can also get a large dose of adventure with the Whitsunday Islands sitting about 150 kilometres north of the region.
Eungella National Park sits on the fringe of the coastal town, a popular backdrop for campers and hikers.
Mackay sits on the north coast of Queensland and is close to the Great Barrier Reef (stock image)
Airlie Beach is only a short 150 kilometres north of Mackay and on the way to the Whitsundays