WINNEMUCCA, NV (KTRK) -- Want to attend Burning Man? How about getting paid up to $90k to be there? If the answer is yes, the U.S. Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management has a job for you.
The Bureau of Land Management is hiring a full-time project manager for Burning Man. According to the online job description, the gig pays between $69,497 to $90,344 per year.
But it won't necessarily be, well, a party.
Here's a brief summary of the job, per the listing: "The job involves prolonged hours of sitting at a desk and working on a computer in an office environment. It also involves extensive travel by vehicle and airplane. The work environment varies from an office setting where the incumbent is in contact with work associates, to a field setting where the incumbent is working alone, in a group, in extremely remote and adverse situations."
We think "adverse situations" might be code for knowing how to work in an environment with sex, nudity, drugs and possibly a lot of glitter.
Burning Man begins in August.
The last day to apply for the job is February 8, 2016.