Is your New Year's resolution is to find a new job, Planter's might have one for you.

The nut company is looking for three new people to hire for a full time job with them, driving the NUTmobile.

If you haven't seen the NUTmobile, it's a giant peanut on wheels.

The job listing is for 40 hours a week, but the wages haven't been shared publicly yet. It also sounds like you or someone in your crew will have to wear the Mr. Peanut costume.

Your job will entail:

  • Planning events or contacting planned events for NUTmobile and Mr. Peanut appearances
  • Contact local media outlets to inform communities that the NUTmobile will be arriving in town
  • Schedule and partake in interviews for promotion and track hits
  • Serve as an ambassador for the Planters brand
  • Plan and manage all NUTmobile social media
  • Logistical and administrative planning and rate negotiation for hotels and parking

So get your application in over at BeANutter.com.

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