Auditions are now open for Nine’s local version of The Apprentice, to be fronted by Mark Bouris, founder of Wizard Home Loans.
“Do you have what it takes to tough it out in the business world and turn your career dreams into a reality?” asks Nine.
“This is the opportunity of a lifetime for anyone with dreams of carving out a successful and rewarding career for themselves. Age is irrelevant, experience is irrelevant. What does matter is drive, ambition and a natural business flair.”
The winner will be guaranteed a new career with Mark Bouris’ company with a six figure salary.
Applicants must be aged 18 (well age is almost irrelevant) or over on 1 August 2009 and available for filming from July – September 2009. Producers will provide “a moderate payment designed to cover basic living costs and expenses for each week.”
Some of the questions in the lengthy application ask:
What was the last unusual, exciting or spontaneous outing that you instigated?
Have you ever cheated whilst in a relationship?
Describe something you would do if you knew that you would not get caught.
How important is money to you?
How competitive are you? How do you react when you lose?
What is your dream job?
Have you ever declared bankruptcy or been declared bankrupt?
Have you ever had to fire an employee from a job(s)?
Tell us about a low point in your career.
Have you ever been caught cheating?
Have you ever hit someone in anger or self defence?
Have you ever been arrested or had a restraining order placed against you?
Are you currently seeing or have you ever seen a therapist, psychologist or psychiatrist?
Have you ever been CHARGED with a violent offence or a felony?
You can Apply Here.
Applications close at 6.00 pm on Friday, 3 July 2009.
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