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Job advertisement for Britain`s next PM

A job advt was placed at a recruitment website seeking applications for the next PM of Britain and stating that candidates have to be "thick skinned enough to ignore personal attacks".



London: A job advertisement has been placed at a recruitment website seeking applications for the next prime minister of Britain and stating that candidates have to be "thick skinned enough to ignore personal attacks".
Over 100 people have applied for it after the job was advertised on JobsGoPublic.com, which is a recruitment site for public sector jobs, The Telegraph reported Tuesday.

Not only are the candidates required to be "thick skinned enough to ignore personal attacks", they also have to "attend weekly televised meetings at which all policy decisions will be publicly reviewed/ridiculed".

"We’ve got some brilliant applications from some highly qualified candidates. One applicant described their current responsibilities as ‘castle moat and duck house procurement’. We’ve even had former heads of state put down as referees," Haylee Corfield, marketing manager at JobsGoPublic, was quoted as saying.

The selected candidate will get an accommodation in the form of a "large, furnished terraced house in need of complete redecoration", for which expenses can be claimed "on a not-for-profit basis, but receipts may have to be produced".

The job may be demanding but it offers "a five year, fixed term contract 24/7/365, or more as required".

The benefits after demitting office: "The role provides a great entry point and networking opportunity into the world of business, finance and consultancy, allowing the successful candidate the prospect of furthering their considerable earning power at the termination of their position. Previous incumbents have attained millionaire status in a very short period of time."

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