Looking for a change of pace in your career? Oscar Mayer is hiring “Hotdoggers” to drive the iconic Wienermobile.
The first Wienermobile rolled into the spotlight in 1936. Since then, the hot dog vehicle has become an icon.
The 1952 Wienermobile has been living for years in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Mich., according to the company’s website. The 1969 Wienermobile model featured Ford Thunderbird taillights, a Chevy motor home frame and averaged 187 miles per gallon.
Currently, six Wienermobiles roam the U.S. The new “Hotdoggers” will represent the company and tour the country while taking the hot dog helm.
Oscar Mayer is looking for talented applicants with a BA or BS in, preferably, public relations, journalism, communications, advertising or marketing to navigate the roads, interviews, charity functions and more. Find out more here