One of the biggest streaming services in Australia is looking for a “Prime Video Buff” to spend their summer watching TV.
The lucky candidate will get paid thousands of dollars to stream their preferred shows.
The company is looking for an individual who will spend their summer binge-watching TV shows, and they’ll earn up to $40,000 for the three-month position.
According to the ad, the ideal candidate should be able to live for the latest release, and they’ll also be able to eat up a few spaghetti westerns for breakfast.
According to a new study conducted by the company, the average Australian has watched over 60 TV and movie series this year.
The research also revealed that while 46 percent of the country’s users enjoy using AI to recommend content, 64 percent prefer relying on word-of-mouth recommendations.
Osher Gunsberg, a podcaster and TV host, is helping the company recruit for the position. He said that the candidate should have the necessary knowledge about all things pop-culture and be able to enjoy the thrill of exploring new genres.
Hushidar Kharas, the head of Prime Video in Australia and New Zealand, said that the company is dedicated to providing the best possible content to its users.
According to Kharas, the Prime Video Buff role is designed to help the company’s customers discover new and interesting content.
He or she will be able to help them find new genres and TV shows that they might not have previously seen.
Aside from being able to spend their summer watching TV, the candidate will also have the opportunity to work from home and attend red carpet events.