What seems to be a dream job for any environmentalist out there, The Ritz-Carlton Maldives will soon be announcing for environmental ambassadors or Naturalists as they like to put it, to join their skilled team in Maldives in time for the grand reopening of their resort in the Fari Islands. 

In a press statement, The Ritz-Carlton said that it was searching for passionate environmental ambassadors. If you believe you have what it takes, apply now for the dream job in the world's premier tourist destination. 

The statement by the resort chain read that "Maldives is a destination with a rare landscape, and a lifestyle and culture deeply rooted in its nature. The role of the Naturalist is to connect guests to nature, by leading a host of well-designed experiences tailored around special interests of island discovery, sports, and wellness, culture and sustainability,"

"Apart from the recreational activities, the Naturalist, who is the environmental ambassador, is also responsible to curate entertaining adventures for young travelers as part of the new and exciting Ritz Kids club program of the resort, inspiring the next generation of environmentalists."

Fari Islands Project.

The resort, once it opens up shop, intends to take guests on an inspiring journey as well as create meaningful experiences for guests that leave long-lasting global footprints. The brand genuinely believes that guest engagement plays a vital role to protect nature for a sustainable future.

The unique career position will pave an interesting prospect for active candidates, who enjoy nature-based activities, to pursue an ambition that is exciting yet, creates positive awareness and impact on the environment.

An open-air office setting accompanies the role, it should be noted. Stay tuned for the upcoming opportunity which will be made soon. 

The Ritz-Carlton is set to open up next year. It is located in the Fari Islands, north of the capital Male' City, less than an hour by speedboat. The resort features white sandy beaches, turquoise lagoons, and coral reefs with marine life. The Ritz-Carlton Maldives is part of Fari Islands, an archipelago that features three world-class hospitality brands inclusive of The Ritz-Carlton.