Bud Light Seltzer’s Chief Meme Officer will be hired for three months. The position will pay $15,000 and require 10 memes per week.
Are you looking for your next gig? Your dream job might be waiting for you over at Bud Light Seltzer.
The company is looking for its first-ever Chief Meme Officer. If that sounds like you, read on.
Bud Light Seltzer launched in January of 2020, and while the brand already has a perfect hard seltzer, according to the job application, it admittedly really needs help with its memes. And in today’s Internet culture, Bud Light Seltzer feels like it has to do a lot better.
So, starting today, and through September 18, the brand is welcoming candidates for its new CMO role (not the one you usually hear about.) The position will last three months and pay $5,000 per month. This is a very sweet deal knowing that the role’s sole responsibility will be to create at least 10 “fire” memes per week.
While there will be only one Bud Light Seltzer Chief Meme Officer, each applicant will be entered to win a three-month supply of Bud Light Seltzer. So you can’t realize lose, can you?
It’s part of an effort to enhance the brand’s “meme game,” said Bud Light VP of marketing Andy Goeler in a statement. “We’re excited to hire the brand’s first-ever chief meme officer to help us generate unique Bud Light Seltzer memes that will complement and drive even more awareness of our great tasting seltzers.”
To apply, you need to be 21 or older, create and upload a sample meme to the dedicated website, share your personal story in under 300 words, and link your social media handles and portfolio if you have one. The site also includes templates that applicants can download and use to create their meme submissions.
To get you started, the brand has made assets and templates available here.
The application does not state if the position will be remote. But in this time and days, we imagine you will probably be working from home, wherever that is.
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