The administration of New York City Mayor Eric Adams has listed a new job for a rat czar to tame the infamous rodent problem in the Big Apple.
The posting, which, is officially seeking a “director of rodent migration” who will work to advance the city’s efforts to address policy matters in the five boroughs related to curbing the recent increase of rats during the pandemic.
“Do you have what it takes to do the impossible? A virulent vehemence for vermin? A background in urban planning, project management or government? And most importantly, the drive, determination and killer instinct needed to fight the real enemy — New York City’s relentless rat population?” the posting reads.
“If so, your dream job awaits: New York’s Citywide Director of Rodent Migration.”
The tongue-in-cheek posting adds that “rats are not our friend” and are “enemies that must be vanquished.”
The role – with an expected pay range between $120,000 and $170,000 — reports to the deputy mayor for operations and successful candidates are required to be a New York City resident with a bachelor’s degree, at least five years of relevant experience and a “swashbuckling attitude, crafty humor and general aura of badassery.”
The job posting comes as New Yorkers have increasingly complained about rats.
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