Mayor’s office seeking 'rat czar' to combat city’s rodent problem

Mayor Eric Adams has been outspoken about combatting the ongoing rodent issue in New York City and is now looking for a new director to help lead the cause.

News 12 Staff

Dec 1, 2022, 8:57 PM

Updated 544 days ago

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Mayor’s office seeking 'rat czar' to combat city’s rodent problem
Mayor Eric Adams has been outspoken about combatting the ongoing rodent issue in New York City and is now looking for a new director to help lead the cause. 
On Wednesday, the mayor’s office posted a job listing for a new position titled director of rodent mitigation. The role, which offers a $120,00--$170,000 annual salary, requires a bachelor’s degree. The mayor's office wants applicants with a “swashbuckling attitude, crafty humor, and general aura of badassery."
Want to take a crack at becoming the city’s next rat czar? Click here for more details on how to apply.


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