Hood in Oregon (Photo: Business Wire) Multimedia Gallery URL More PORTLAND, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Today, Columbia begins its search for two new Directors of Toughness , a real job open to adventurers everywhere. This year, hopeful candidates will be challenged to interview in-person at one of four remote locations (two in the United States, one in Canada and one in the United Kingdom), making this The Toughest Interview (To Get To). The two candidates awarded the position will embark on a nine-month adventure around the world to test Columbias range of performance products in the most extreme conditions, so those who dont get a thrill from pushing their minds and bodies to the limit need not apply. This Smart News Release features multimedia. View the full release here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160831005331/en/ Columbia proudly stands by its promise to deliver products that are #TestedTough and has a storied history of putting its gear to the test in the most inclement weather and harshest terrain. The Directors of Toughness serve as full-time beta testers, brand ambassadors and social media gurus, working to ensure that Columbia apparel and gear keep people warm, dry, cool and protected in any weather or geographic situation. Columbias inaugural Directors of Toughness, Lauren Steele and Zach Doleac, were selected from thousands of applicants and spent six months traveling the globe . From the summit of Ecuadors Cayambe volcano to the Arctic coast of Manitoba , they put Columbias gear through the harshest conditions imaginable. Now Columbia has upped the ante for this years recruits. In addition to job perks that include a full-time salary and benefits, the brand is extending the job duration from six to nine months to allow for an even greater range of extreme adventures. The Directors of Toughness have become integral employees, not only testing our products but also sharing compelling stories, said Columbia Sportswear Companys Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Richelle Luther. We are excited to identify and hire two new outdoor enthusiasts, and to put a spotlight on the effort our employees go through to ensure our products keep people comfortable, regardless of the conditions. Candidates eligible for employment in the U.S., Canada and U.K.
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