Here is a job that will not require you to wear a business suit for meetings - and will give you an opportunity to stay in shape while getting paid for it. Pure International is a chain of gyms, spas and juice bars run by fitness professionals. The company is looking for a group chief operating officer to manage the daily operations of its business facilities throughout Asia. That would include fitness, yoga, beauty, food and beverage, health and ancillary services. The company wants to expand its operations through new centres in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Taipei, Beijing and Shanghai by the end of this year. It is also planning a new clothing line. Chief executive Colin Grant said: 'We are at a point where I need to start focusing more on the growth and direction of the company and less on running it on a day-to-day basis.' The perks are the best part of the job. The company requires the selected candidate to use the fitness facilities at least once a week - so that members know its employees embrace the holistic lifestyle they sell. 'We give our members a balanced life so they can work hard and play hard. We have to do the same for ourselves. All staff need to work out on a regular basis,' Mr Grant said. Attending the monthly management meeting in shorts and a T-shirt is de rigueur in this company. The meeting begins in the aerobics room at 11am. An hour of workout is followed by lunch in the conference room. The company is looking for an energetic person who enjoys getting out and talking to members and staff. Pure International's training process is unique. The chosen candidate will have to do yoga and use the spa regularly to get familiar with the company's products. An independent worker who can think outside of the box is desired. The organisation aims to achieve maximum efficiency. Therefore, no idea is dismissed easily. The ideal candidate will be adaptable, not too formal and possibly from the hospitality industry. A positive attitude and experience in managing multi-product businesses will be an advantage. A strong financial background is essential for driving the business. The selected candidate will go through an induction programme to understand the company's values - passion, attitude, teamwork and honesty - known internally as Pure PATH. Mr Grant said employees needed to demonstrate these values. 'We make sure that everyone is like-minded,' he said. According to Mr Grant, all of this made sure that the company was greater than the sum of its parts.