A special job seeker is about to land an unusual title: tortoise walker.
Amanda Green, a 32-year-old copywriter in Harlem, posted a Craigslist classified ad Tuesday night to find someone to take Henry, a 16-year-old tortoise, for walks in the park, Gothamist first reported.
"No previous tortoise experience necessary," the ad reads.
But the competition will be stiff. Green said she has already received over 100 replies.
"I really like people who actually have reptile experience," Green said.
The tortoise walking gig is not too labor intensive. Green is only looking for someone to work three hours a day for a couple days a week. And Henry's caretaker will just need to roll him in a stroller from his apartment to Central Park and let him out to roam free.
"Henry is surprisingly energetic and fearless," the ad reads. "The biggest thing to watch out for is him eating trash or kids trying to feed him."
Whoever gets the job will also need to watch out for people. Apparently New Yorkers, too cool to gawk at celebrities, have no problem badgering a tortoise walker about their unusual pet.
"You must be and animal person and also good with people. (Trust me -- they'll want to talk to you!)" the ad reads.
Green said she believes Henry is the only tortoise in New York City on Instagram. Check out all his photos at thenotortoisebig.