An ideal hotdogger is an “outgoing, creative, friendly, prolific, college graduate with a hunger for adventure and ready to see the country through the windshield of Oscar Mayor Weinermobile for a year,” the job description reads is.
According to the job posting, the hotdoggers will come on the open road, stopping more than 200 incidents in a 27-foot orange and yellow vehicle.
They will also appear on local television and radio and do newspaper interviews, and they will create content for social media.
They will sleep in hotels or short-term corporate housing.
In October, Wienermobile did a re-set.
CNN has reached out to Kraft Heinz to ask about the Kovid-19 security protocol for hotdoggers.
According to the company, the first was built in 1936 by Karl Mayer.
According to Oscar Mayer, the 1969 model had Ford Thunderbird taillights and a Chevy motor home frame and averaged 187 “smiles” per gallon.
In 2017, the company unveiled the entire WienerAfflate, including a hot dog-shaped drone.
Nowadays, according to Oscar Mayer, six Wienermobiles are driving across the United States at any given time.
Interested candidates get their buns online and apply by 31 January.