Cards Against Humanity Seeks CEO With Very Specific Skill Set

Cards Against Humanity wants to hire a CEO.

But unless you happen to be former President Barack Obama, it’s probably not worth even applying for the position.

The Chicago-based politically incorrect party game’s creators posted this very specific job listing on Craigslist on Monday, detailing what they expect from potential candidates:

While many applicants may have “strong public speaking skills” and be an “excellent negotiator able to deal with stubborn opposition,” the requirement of being the first black editor of the Harvard Law Review and having a minimum of eight years’ experience as president of the United States or an equivalent nation kind of narrows the field down to one.

But why limit its options in attracting a new boss? Cards Against Humanity explains in the listing:

Let’s face it: we have no idea what we’re doing. This year, we wasted an enormous amount of time and energy trying to get Hillary Clinton elected President, and on Black Friday we dug a huge hole in the ground because we wanted to find out if it would be funny.

It’s been a great run, but now it’s time for real adult leadership.

So, the company essentially believes Obama can help take it to the next level.

While he most likely won’t apply for the full-time role, the appeal of returning to Chicago, receiving 51 percent of the company and setting his own salary may prove too attractive to resist. 

Or he may just end up joining music streaming service Spotify, which offered him the position of “President of Playlists” earlier this month.

Expect more job offers like these in the coming weeks and months.

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