If you ever wondered how the powers that be come up with a complicated estimate of something - say for example - the tons of debris create by Hurricane Ian, then this might be the job for you.
As reported by WCGU, a Florida based company is in the midst of a hiring blitz, turning Hurricane Ian into an opportunity to earn as much as $1,500 a week.
Thompson Consulting Services needs people to document just how much Hurricane Ian related debris is collected by companies different counties in Florida has hired to haul away all the tree limbs, coconuts, garbage, and other debris.
This job is not collecting the trash, but rather counting the amount that others do.
A quote by Thompson suggests "The demand is steep, which means so is the pay. There is no physical labor, no experience is necessary, and training is provided."
"You will document who removed debris, what type of debris was removed, where the debris was removed from and when it was removed." the quote continues.
The job does entail long shifts however, every day of the week, whether the sun is shining brightly or rain is pouring down.
Those who are interested must come in person to a hiring call at Jury Parking Lot, 2050 Broadway Circle in Fort Myers on Oct. 3 and Oct. 4 at 4 p.m., or Oct. 5 through Oct. 7. at 11 a.m. or at 3 p.m.
Other jobs in differing Florida locations can view this job listing on EJS here.