Are you cool with the Druids?
You'll need to be if you're going to apply to be the general manager of Stonehenge. For the first time, English Heritage -- a government body that oversees the site -- is looking for the "brightest and the best" to care for the site in Wiltshire, and one of the general manager's main functions is to liaise with Druid leaders, BBC reports.
The nearly $100,000-a-year job includes the responsibility of ensuring solstice celebrations "aren't in some way compromising the mystery and integrity of the stones," English Heritage told the Telegraph.
"You could be up at the stones one minute, in outdoor garb trying to help visitors, then you can be back in a state-of-the-art visitors' centre," English Heritage's Tim Reeve told BBC.
The new general manager will be expected to manage the attraction's staff of 180 and assist its droves of visitors.
He'll also need to maintain relationships with the Druid leaders, such as King Arthur Pendragon, who campaigned to open the site to the public during the summer and winter solstices, according to the Guardian.
Stonehenge was likely erected more than 4,000 years ago, aligned with the solstice sun. It attracts people from around the world and throughout the year as a place of worship and wonder.