The pest removal It is already a good business for entrepreneurs and SMEs. Now, can you imagine doing it on a large scale and, instead of fumigating a house, saving an entire city that is suffering from an invasion of rodents? The government of New York posted a peculiar job opening, requesting a “chief rat exterminator” for the city.
The official name of the position is “Director of Rodent Mitigation,” according to the announcement posted by the mayor’s office, where they describe the position with a great sense of humor and a touch of epic heroism.
“Do you have what it takes to do the impossible? A virulent aversion to vermin? And most importantly, the drive, determination and killer instinct needed to fight the real enemy: New York’s relentless rat population?
“Rats don’t rule this city, we do. And you can help us drive the rats out of this town as our ‘Rat Czar’. If you have a killer instinct, apply today,” he shared on Twitter. city mayor, Eric Adams.
In addition to a taste for exterminating bugs, the candidate must have “a background in urban planning, project management or government,” they clarify.
“The ideal candidate is someone highly motivated and somewhat bloodthirsty, determined to look at all solutions from various angles, such as improving operational efficiency, data collection, technological innovation, waste management, and wholesale slaughter. older”, details the job offer.
It is no secret that The Big Apple has been dealing with the plague of rats and other harmful creatures that invade every corner for decades. The city government even put T-shirts with the slogan of its ‘anti-rat’ campaign on sale, in association with the independent clothing brand OnlyNY.
New York is the second city with the most rodents in the United States, only surpassed by Chicago, collects Univision.
“Cunning, voracious and prolific, New York’s rats are legendary for their ability to survive,” the document reads,
The salary for someone who leads the ‘crusade against rats’ in New York ranges from 120,000 and the 170,000 dollars a year. Namely, between 2.3 and 3.2 million Mexican pesos at the current exchange rate.
Applicants are expected to have a sense of humor and “take command, using practical techniques to exterminate rodents authoritatively and effectively.”
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