New York City has plans to hire a new leader for what it’s calling its “rat pack"...and not the ol' blue eyes kind.
The new employee will keep the city’s ongoing rodent problem “in check and on notice.”
The city posted the listing for the “Director of Rodent Mitigation”, saying that the desired candidate must have experience in urban planning, project management, operations, policy and government.
Additional preferences include candidates with a “swashbuckling attitude, crafty humor, and general aura of badassery.”
And if that sweet description doesn't lure you in, the pay may just do it; who ever gets the gig will make a yearly salary of between $150,000-$170,000.