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Kremlin Hires: SuperJob Invites Applications for the Vacancy of the President
27.09.2011 16:32
Kremlin Hires: SuperJob Invites Applications for the Vacancy of the President
Are You Ready to Be the President?

The President and the Prime Minister have agreed a job swap in 2012, the Minister of Finance has just been fired, and many people, including actor Ivan Okhlobystin, have expressed their interest in taking part in the elections.

      However, being a President is just a job, albeit the most coveted one. What sort of candidate would be successful, had the Kremlin been hiring? If the job was up for grabs, who would be invited to apply? 

      According to SuperJob, Russia's leading job search portal, over 1.5mln candidates with CVs registered at the site possess the qualities and experience necessary to become the President. Suddenly you feel relieved that only some 15 names usually make it to the ballot list...

      While the responsibilities of the President may be well known, what are the characteristics and benefits of being the President? Here is the vacancy description, provided by SuperJob.


      

Salary: from 281500RUR per month (8811.76USD).

      Town of residence: Moscow (non-Muscovites may apply, subject to relocation).

      Type of work: Full-time.

      Place of work: Office-based.

      Compensation and Benefits: The Presidential elections are to be held of March 4, 2012. For the first time the President will be elected for the period of 6 years. Further extension is possible. Bonuses are not applicable. Included: private jet, municipal flat, state-funded out-of-city residence. Full support of the President and his family (medical checks, food, transport, sportive activities, education, and vacations).

      A personal study with a splendid view of the Kremlin (from inside the room). Life guarantees for the President and his family. Pension is individually discussed with each candidate.

      "White" salary, a candidate signs the contract according to the Labour Code of Russian Federation. Working hours: 24/7. Access to State secrets.

      Candidate Requirements

      Age: 35 years and over.

      Gender: n/a.

      Education: n/a.

      Other Requirements: The President of Russian Federation can be anyone over 35 years of age who has been living in Russia permanently for 10 years at the least. Fluency in a European language - mandatory. Ready to undertake frequent trips, proactive. Patriotism. Able to work as part of a team (or a tandem).

      Additional requirements: Management experience. PC - Proficient User.  Strict and able to withstand the instances of legal nihilism, sabotage, and ignoring the President commands. Charismatic. Election platform - mandatory! 

      So, if you are over 35, have lived in Russia in the last 10 years, and satisfy the above requirements, you can register at SuperJob.ru and apply to be the next Russian President (vacancy ID 11721135). Please quote Russia-InfoCentre as the source of information.

      SourceSuperJob. Image courtesy: Labor without Borders.


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian society Russian business recruitement in Russia   

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