Beer Company Wants To Hire A Chief Meme Officer


Beer Company Wants To Hire A Chief Meme Officer

The coronavirus pandemic has seen millions of people lose their jobs or be stood down indefinitely.

The impact of the virus probably won't be fully realised for a while, however there are places around the world that are hiring if you need a helping hand.

Bud Light has revealed it wants to hire a CMO, which usually means a Chief Marketing Officer. But this CMO is very different.

The American beer company is looking to recruit an official Chief Meme Officer to help produce the best content possible. Sounds outrageous, right? But they are deadly serious.


The three-month stint will see the successful applicant not only earn an impressive USD$5,000 per month but will allow you to flex your meme muscles to the extreme. It's all to celebrate the company's launch of their Bud Light Hard Seltzer - which is essentially alcoholic carbonated water with fruit flavouring.

The official press release states: "Knowing that a hard seltzer is only as good as its memes the brand wants to bring their creative to the next level , so they are in search of some fresh thinking.

"Starting today, the brand will recruit the best memers out there to join the brand's marketing team for the next three months to help curate epic Bud Light Seltzer memes."


Applications will be open until September 18 and sadly only people who are over 21 and living in the US can apply.

Everyone else will have to sit back and watch their dream job go to someone else.

Bud Light VP of Marketing Andy Goeler said in a statement: "After launching our hard seltzer earlier this year with top rated flavor profiles, we're excited about the chance to enhance our marketing department, specifically our meme game.


"We're excited to hire the brand's first-ever Chief Meme Officer to help us generate unique Bud Light Seltzer memes that will complement and drive even more awareness of our great tasting seltzers."

Another tidbit: anyone who applies for the job will go in the running for three months worth of free beer. Even if you don't get the job, you can't knock back free beer.

You can apply for the job here.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: News, Beer

Stewart Perrie
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