Electric Picnic are looking for 12 of the 'nation's biggest messers' for these jobs 5 years ago

Electric Picnic are looking for 12 of the 'nation's biggest messers' for these jobs

Welcome to The Bold mOTel.

The Bold mOTel will return to Electric Picnic - bigger and bolder than last year and the newly refurbished motel will offer guests, even more, opportunities to soak up the party atmosphere.

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The new Poolside Changing Rooms will host MC Battles and live performances, while the new and improved Lobby will play host to B-Boys, B-Girls, Beatboxers and Breakdancers, bringing the bold throughout the weekend.

A huge draw at the festival last year, the motel’s Abandoned Pool Dance Floor will be submerged this year, adding to the feeling of partying in a pool.

Such is the scale of The Bold mOTel’s expansion that the brand is on the hunt for 12 of the nation’s biggest messers to help take the party atmosphere to the next level.

You can find the full list of jobs here.

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The motel is giving festival hopefuls a chance to join the boldness by offering tickets to those who do the best phone interviews via its job hotline.

The Bold mOTel Job Hotline officially opens on Tuesday August 22 from 6-9pm.

Tickets to the festival will be awarded to those recruited for 12 available ‘jobs’ which include titles such as MC Battle Compliance Officer, Lead Dance Battle Strategist and HipHoperations Manager.

It’s clear from the job specs that hopeful applicants will need to demonstrate a certain attitude and possess an unusual set of qualifications.

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For example, The Head Of Inflatables is responsible for the management of all inflatables in the motel’s sunken Abandoned Pool Dance Floor. A Master's Degree in Inflatable Engineering is preferred.

The Trainee Changing Room Executive will be responsible for all party related activity in the new poolside changing room facilities at The Bold mOTel.

Speaking to JOE, a spokesperson said: "Lucky winners get weekend tickets and it's not compulsory to work... nor is it really work... it's party central from 1pm. It's totally up to the successful applicants how involved and bold they want to get."