Couple’s bizarrely specific job listing takes personal assistant to a new level

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A San Francisco couple’s job listing is so bizarre and incredibly specific you may think it’s a hoax.

The two 40-something executives claim they don’t have time to maintain their personal lives and need a full-time personal assistant to help with their dog, chores and social media accounts.

The couple outlines their seemingly normal yet detailed issues in the “problem” section of the post.

“Pants that are too long never get hemmed, that cute dog doesn’t get taught new tricks or get his coat brushed out as often as it needs to be, things that we’re meaning to order don’t get ordered,” the listing reads.

But it isn’t until the “solution” portion of the listing when things take a turn for the weird.

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The biotech executives state that while the assistant will be free to choose their own personal style, their choice must be both “practical and functional.”

They then provide several examples, stating “you’re ‘bohemian chic’– but avoid the giant wedges that will prevent you from hustling around town, you’re ‘cool hipster’ but don’t wear the super tight jeans that won’t leave you room in your pockets to hold my dog’s potty bags, you’re totally ‘minimalistic modern’ but avoid the white on white look so you’re not afraid to get dirty when cooking.”

In the “requirements” section of the listing, the couple insists the candidate must be able to swim well in the ocean, should not have more than 5 drinks per week and must be “happy to clean up occasional dog vomit and/or diarrhea.”

The two even went as far as to outline an hourly schedule.

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Bonus points are awarded to those applicants who make unique wood furniture pieces, enjoy watching Game of Thrones and/or Silicon Valley, know how to create aquarium ecosystems and love giving manicures and pedicures.

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The self-proclaimed animal-loving couple would like applicants to submit an email with the subject line containing their full name and worst quality. They ask candidates to include a video in which they answer a number of questions, including whether or not they have a car, along with it’s make, model and condition.

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While the full-time job pays up to $35 an hour, applicants should probably ask themselves if the bizarre requirements and responsibilities are really worth it.



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