Our organisation seeks to locate and document apparent paranormal phenomenon through the application of extensive historical research, scientific methodology and coupling this with knowledge of ancient spiritual beliefs and techniques in a professional manner.
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NLPI are looking for Paranormal Investigators to join our established team.
We are looking for:
Experienced Investigators to assist our existing medium and our three Investigative teams.
1. Must have own transport.
2. Must be able to demonstrate their skills and abilities.
3. Must be off good character.
4. Must be available for at least 6 investigations during a one year period (Saturday).
5. Must be a team player
6. Must have experience of Investigative work (Training available to the right applicant)
7. Must be able to work with our own NLPI Medium.
8. Ideally should be located in North London or 30 mins travel time away.
9. Must be aware that NLPI produce radio and tv Programmes for broadcast and you may be required to participate.
Honest and reliable Applicants With own transport - preferably living in the North London area or withing one hours drive.
Applicants will be required to purchase at cost their own ID cards and Hoodies £30. We are a uniformed team and these are required before you attend an investigation.
We require our Investigators to make themselves available for at least 6 investigations a year.
There are many occasions where we hire a venue to Investigate. This cost is split between every team member, Investigator and Guest Investigators in order to keep the cost down.
We also require Investigators to undertake additions training as and where necessary which is usually conducted in the field.
Applicants must demonstrate their ability to work well as a team and respect each team member in turn. Applicants must be aware that we produce regular Documentaries and web episodes and you must shown a interest in being filmed.
We are not looking for:
Applicants who just want to attend free investigations.
Applicants who wish to promote themselves by using us as a publicity springboard.
Applicants who take more from us then they offer the team.
Applicants who are unreliable or unavailable. We can always work around issues but excuses are poorly received.
Applicants who believe that we are Most Haunted. NLPI are a serious Investigative Team.
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