If you’re good at making cannabis joints we may have just found the perfect job for you.
The Hemp Earth Dispensary in Brighton is seeking a ‘professional spliff roller’.
We wouldn’t blame you for thinking this was a rouse by authorities to catch people who use illegal drugs but we swear it’s not.
Candidates will actually be making spliffs from organic rolling paper and 0.7gms of the company’s ‘finest CDB Flowers’.
These are all legal products.
To get the job you will have to pass a tryout being held at the shop on Wednesday.
We would recommend being as alert as you can so it’s probably best you don’t smoke weed before attending.
The advertisement reads: ‘We are seeking the crème de la crème of Brighton based spliff rollers to come and join our team at Hemp Earth Dispensary.
‘Can you roll the perfect pure spliff in under five minutes? If so then we want you!
‘Come to Hemp Earth Dispensary on Wednesday, February 27 at 2pm for a spliff rolling contest.
‘You roll, we’ll time you. If you’re the fastest and make the prettiest spliff, then we’ll keep you.’
It’s not a full-time job so you’ll also have to figure out another way to supplement your income.
Actually, it will only be for two hours a week and the pay is £10 an hour so you’d really have to love rolling joints to apply.
Organisers said they discouraged anyone from attempting to bring any prohibited substances on to their premises.
A spokesman for the Hemp Earth Dispensary said: ‘We would like to make clear we are not offering a full time ‘job role’ here, and we are are hoping that those that do come along on the day, do so in a good-natured way, ready to have some fun, and engage with each other.
‘The person we do select will be asked to produce some handmade rolls of legal herbal mixture for any of our customers that might request this – this will be for a maximum of eight hours per calendar month.
‘More than anything we wish to stress, that nothing illegal is ever present on the premises at any time, and attempting to bring any prohibited substances on to our premises is strictly forbidden.’