A dream job for rugby fans – Reading Today Online

Charles Tyrwhitt is looking for a shirt tester.

British clothing brand Charles Tyrwhitt is searching for what it has described as a dream job for rugby fans.

The retailer of high-quality shirts, suits, casualwear, shoes and accessories, is on the hunt for a ‘shirt tester’ who will put its non-iron shirts to the ultimate test in two high-pressure scenarios; 1) at work and 2) watching the rugby.

Receiving a package worth more than £1,000, the successful applicant will be hosted in a VIP area of The Tyrwhitt Arms pub in Covent Garden, London to watch England vs Samoa on Saturday October 7.

After testing the shirts in a work and rugby-watching scenario, the shirt tester will need to report back to Charles Tyrwhitt on the shirt’s comfort, crease-proof ability, sweat-wicking efficiency and hybrid workwear suitability by October 28, when the tournament ends.

The successful applicant will likely possess the following skills.

Takes pride in his dress when he does go into the office, but appreciates comfortable attire.

Is a true rugby fanatic who understands the 50:22 law and isn’t fazed by terms like scrum, ‘dark arts’ and the ‘blind side’.

Values the common thread between Charles Tyrwhitt and England Rugby: passion, craft and attention to detail.

The incentives for the role include:

A £500 Charles Tyrwhitt voucher.

Three x Charles Tyrwhitt Non-Iron’ shirts in colours of their choosing (worth £209).

A reserved area in The Tyrwhitt Arms pub, Covent Garden, London, to watch an England rugby match with friends whilst enjoying bottomless, complimentary food and drink.

To apply visit https://www.charlestyrwhitt.com/uk/mens-shirts/tester-wanted.html by the deadline of 11:59 pm on Sunday September 24.

Now in its fourth year of its formalwear partnership with England Rugby, Charles Tyrwhitt is excited for the big matches this September.

A spokesperson for the company said: “If you too plan to support the England team by watching the matches, and appreciate a good shirt, then we want to work with you.”

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