Boy, do I have a hot job alert for recent Boise State graduates - or should I say a "hot dog" job alert. After you graduate with a college degree, you probably aren't expecting to get a job driving a Weinermobile for Oscar Mayer. However, if the opportunity presented itself would you turn it down?

Oscar Mayer announced they are looking to hire a new crew of "hotdoggers" to drive the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile cross country. Specifically, they are seeking recent college graduates who are interested in taking a one-year paid job to tour the country in the iconic 27-foot-long hot dog-shaped vehicle. Think of it as a gap year. According to Oscar Meyer, this job would be a good fit for those with a bachelor’s degree in public relations, journalism, communications or marketing, plus strong communication skills and a "love of hot dog puns."

The gig begins in June 2021 and lasts a full calendar year. There is a two-week training session in the beginning and personally, I'm intrigued of what that training all entails. The job itself includes hotdoggers representing the Oscar Mayer company at more than 200 events such as media appearances and charity functions. Hotdoggers will also create social media content for Oscar Mayer.

"The longstanding mission of the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile has always been to spread smiles," Emily Klein, senior associate brand manager at Oscar Mayer, said in a press release. "We’re looking forward to continuing this tradition and invite recent grads to submit their resumes for an opportunity they’re sure to relish and join our team of meat-loving, adventure-craving do-gooders."

If this dream job is calling your name, the deadline to apply to become a Wienermobile Spokespoerson is Jan. 31.

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