TikTok

If you thought your business was up to date with the latest social media trends, think again.

Nerf, the toy brand owned by Hasbro, has issued a call for a Chief TikTok Officer, whose primary role will be to grow its presence on the viral video-sharing platform.

The position, which, according to the job listing, is tied to Nerf’s toy guns, will require the CTO to produce 10 to 12 “approved Nerf related TikTok videos” a month for the official Nerf TikTok account, and seems like the ideal post for a savvy Gen Z TikToker.

The post comes with a three-month contract, and, according to the job post, “the Nerf CTO is a big title with some bigger perks – Nerf blasters for uh… research purposes, real money, and bragging rights for three glorious months. If this sounds like a dream, that’s because it is.”

The application process, meanwhile, is as unique as the position itself, requiring interested parties to “post the perfect Nerf related TikTok video” to their own account, using the hashtag “NerfApplication.” Shortlisted candidates will then proceed to a more standard interviewing process.

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