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Have you ever heard of a rat king? One must understand the horror to become New York City's new "director of rodent mitigation."
The Big Apple will pay a salary of $120,000 to $170,000 to the right candidate with a "killer instinct" and a background in urban planning, project management or government.
The listing describes the position as a "high-visibility, high-impact leadership role," going toe-to-paw with the cunning, voracious, disease-spreading "enemies."
The director will report to the deputy mayor for operations and to Mayor Eric Adams' office at City Hall in a 24/7 job that requires "stamina and stagecraft."
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