Heads up foodies, Oscar Mayer is looking for new Wienermobile drivers
The chance to drive the iconic vehicle is here
We all know how stressful it can be to find a job after graduating college and in this current climate it's even more difficult. If you've recently graduated and find yourself on the hunt, fear not because Oscar Mayer is looking for new Wienermobile drivers.
This is what Oscar Mayer had to say about this opportunity, "Many of us were stuck without places to go, people to see and adventures to experience. Once again beloved meat brand Oscar Mayer is opening submissions for recent college graduates to make up for the missed adventures of 2020 by joining the 34th class of Oscar Mayer Hotdoggers."
According to the company this position provides recent graduates with a one year, full time, paid gig. With this job the new hires will "safely crisscross the Hot Dog Highways of America and bring miles of smiles" to people as they drive or ride in the 27 foot long hot dog on wheels, aka the Wienermobile.
Molly Swindall, current Oscar Mayer Hotdogger shared with Travel + Leisure what it's like to be part of this program, "As if driving a 27 foot long hot dog on wheels isn't the best thing since sliced ham, I've loved having the chance to make a positive impact in the communities we've visited. From delivering meals to those in need, helping a little boy get a service dog, or making someone's birthday extra special, no two days of this job are the same."
This job will take place from June 2021 through June 2022 and will include two weeks of training to learn the ins and out of life as a Hotdogger. As an official Oscar Mayer brand ambassador, the new hire will be responsible for representing the company at charity functions, media appearances and special celebrations that might include "bring unexpected excitement right to people's homes/front yards."
The company noted that they are specifically looking for recent college graduates with a bachelor's degree, preferably in journalism, communications, public relations or marketing. Noting that strong communication skills and "love of hot dog puns are musts!"
Molly Swindall shared what she did to make her application stand out, "This was my dream job and frankly the only one I applied to. I put all my dogs in one bun and knew I had to set the table and make myself stand out. So, I literally packed a picnic basket for my application, wrote a cheesy cover letter wrapped in Kraft singles packaging and printed my face onto a package of hot dogs just so they could picture me as an Oscar Mayer Wiener."
If you're interested you can send in your resume and cover letter by email or regular mail until January 31st and you can find more information on the Oscar Mayer website.