Feb. 26 (UPI) -- A Canadian city's job posting is going viral after online observers spotted the ad for the position of "goat coordinator."
The city of Edmonton, Alberta, posted a job opening online for a "goat coordinator" to spearhead the city's GoatWorks program.
The candidate would be called on to "implement and evaluate" the GoatWorks program, which was first tested out by the city last year and involved a herd of 170 goats being used to clear weeds from Rundle Park.
The person filling the position, which features hourly pay of up to $43 an hour and could stretch out up to 11 months, would also be required to "coordinate public Meet and Bleat events; while assisting in the development of new and additional engagement opportunities."
The city said an ideal candidate would have a degree in horticulture, forestry, parks, recreation, environment or a related field. Candidates should also have experience with similar horticultural programs and "experience with vegetation management and basic knowledge about plant health needs."