Oscar Mayer Is Hiring People To Travel Cross-Country In A 27-Foot Wienermobile | 22 Words

Have you ever wanted to go on a cross-country road trip? There's something to be said for taking the slower way 'round, just to take in the dynamic landscapes around us. Cross-country road trips are a pretty common travel aspiration. Because how often do we have an excuse to leave the state, and see many other states at the same time?

Well, worry not. There's a new way to score that road trip you've always been dreaming of. In all fairness, it's quite unorthodox. But if straying away from the normal is your kind of adventure, then check this story out! It involves a year-long paid gig inside a 27-foot long truck shaped like a hotdog. Yep, you read that right. Here are the full details!

Sometimes, job searches can take you down some weird rabbit-holes.

If you dig hard enough, you can find positions you didn't even know existed.

This job involves what exactly?

When you do find those odd jobs, you remember that logically someone had to be doing them. It's just strange to find the listings in person.

Some jobs involve travel.

And that's usually exciting, right? Plenty of people jump at the chance to see new places – on their employer's dime, no less!

It can be a pretty good arrangement.

If you're at a stage in your life where frequent travel is an easy thing for your schedule, then the world is your oyster!

Most of the time, when you think about cross-country jobs you think about truckers.

Transporting goods from warehouse to stores, and that kind of thing. But one job from Oscar Mayer is totally different!

Oscar Mayer is hiring what they call, "hotdoggers."

What does that mean, you ask? Well, it basically means being a full-time spokesperson aboard the Wienermobile.

Because, yeah, it also involves the Wienermobile.

You know that giant, hot dog-shaped truck the company shows off? You may have even seen one driving down a highway. Well, the job takes place inside said Wienermobile.

It's a PR position.

No deliveries here! Being a hotdogger means "representing the brand as a goodwill ambassador."

It's pretty expansive, too.

The job posting adds that hotdoggers will be doing "radio and television appearances, newspaper interviews, grocery store and military visits, and charity functions."

Oscar Mayer is also looking for some specific personality traits.

The job calls for "an appetite for adventure, a friendly personality, and boundless enthusiasm."

Applicants are encouraged to have a college degree.

Specifically, they're looking for people with a BA or BS in public relations, journalism, communication, advertising, or marketing – although, if you had a different major and really want to pursue this, the position is open to other degrees too.

It would be your own traveling PR firm.

Hotdoggers are in charge of "organizing promotions and pitching TV, radio and print media."

And it's travel heavy.

The job listing says it's "100% travel." So, any applicants should make sure they're ready to log some serious mileage!

Hotdoggers should be ready to mingle.

According to the listing, hotdoggers will also "meet and greet people from coast to coast."

And, bonus, you'll be turning heads while you do it.

Being in a giant hot dog truck will do that.

Here's the punny job announcement:

Hey, there are worse ways to tour the country!

Just be responsible.

Oscar Mayer also stresses that being a hotdogger is a largely self-managed position, so these types of people should be no stranger to responsibility!

The job is also a time commitment.

If you're a hotdogger, you'll be on the road for a year. That gives you plenty of time to see the country, but also plenty of time away from home.

There are only a couple of weeks left to apply.

Oscar Mayer is accepting applications through January 31st, so hopeful applicants should get on it!

If you DO become a hotdogger, you've got a few months to get everything in order after that.

The job begins in June 2019.

Bonus points if:

You're bilingual. Candidates who speak Spanish or are otherwise bilingual are encouraged to apply.

There are some other perks, too.

Oscar Mayer promises "competitive salary, plus expenses, benefits and clothing" for its future hotdoggers.

There are several Wienermobiles to go around.

Did you know: there are six different Wienermobiles traveling around the US at any given time!

Wienermobiles are actually a time-honored tradition.

The first Wienermobile was created in 1936, by Carl Mayer. And the Wienermobile of 1952 is sitting in Michigan's Henry Ford Museum right now.

Take a look at this scenic Wienermobile shot!

This team of hotdoggers were traveling through the Badlands of South Dakota!

Or how about this charming park view?

Here, the Wienermobile is taking a drive around Shoshone Falls State Park.

And the phrase "coast to coast" appears to be accurate.

Because this picture was taken from the Santa Monica Pier, in California.

And here's the other coast.

Which part of the East Coast? This was taken up in Kittery, Maine.

Wienermobiles travel high and low.

Very high, in this case, as one Wienermobile cruises into Colorado.

Sound like your kinda gig?

If not, I think we can all still agree it's a pretty fascinating job. And if it is, then go live your best hotdogger life! Share this crazy Oscar Mayer wiener job with your friends!