Netflix is looking to hire four candidates for two weeks to shoot pictures and post them on its Instagram account from TV and film sets in Europe and the Middle East. These enthusiasts would serve as Netflix's face on Instagram and will have to click photos and give PR interviews to the media.

Under the programme codenamed "Grammasters", which means a photography expert on Instagram, candidates will have to drive content, post images and short videos of "iconic films and TV locations" from across the region. Netflix will pay a stipend of $2000 (£1,433 and €1,842) per week to the candidates, excluding travel and other arrangements.

"Netflix is searching for persons who will act as photographers or 'Grammasters' who will, among other duties, travel to several European locations where they will take photographs of iconic film and TV locations for Netflix utilizing the Instagram application. They may also give public relations interviews and make media appearances," as described in the Grammasters programme page

Interested applicants can apply via Instagram, by subscribing to Netflix's account and tagging three of their best images "that show off interests or passions" to #grammasters3. The last date for submitting applications is 6 March 2016. The results will be announced on 11 March.

While there is no unique criterion on what pictures candidates need to post on Instagram, the video-streaming service company said, "The Grammaster must agree to the use of his/her name, voice, biographical information, image and likeness for advertising, publicity and other purposes, in all media."

"On or about March 11, 2016, Netflix will select 25 finalists. The 25 finalists will be notified via Instagram. If you are selected as a potential finalist, you must complete and timely return all requested paperwork, which will include an affidavit of eligibility and a liability/publicity release, said the program description. The team would announce the final four Grammasters by the end of Month."

Netflix had first previously held a similar programme in the US in 2014.