So you’ve spent the past few months reading MiddleEasy.com and living off unemployment checks instead of looking for a job like your mother tells you every night. If any of this applies to you, then we suggest you continue on your life path and big thanks for choosing MiddleEasy.com over the ‘real world’. If you’re one of those busters that are actually looking to make a difference in this world (and who really wants to do that?) then we have a job for you.
The California State Athletic Commission is hiring for the position of executive officer which means that you will be calling the shots for all mixed martial arts in the California area. Now you can finally let Jay Hieron get his title shot against Nick Diaz or just say that Josh Barnett’s most recent urine test was ‘lost’ so we can finally see Fedor vs. Barnett, something that Affliction blue balled us with months ago. The qualifications? You don’t even need to have a high school diploma. Your GED will work just fine. Really, the only desired requirement is to be able to handle the media and have a passion for mixed martial arts. That’s it. Check out the qualifications posted on the CSAC job opening:
• Ability to function as part of an executive management team to plan, to develop, and implement departmental policies and priorities.
• Ability to lead, to manage, and direct key industry programs;
• Ability to effectively plan for and manage changes in department priorities and operations necessary to respond to the public, the industry, the media, the legislature, and other state and federal governmental agencies.
• Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, with the Governor’s Office, the Consumer Affairs Executive Office, the public, the industry, and other state and federal regulatory agencies
It’s all yours bro. Just remember to hook up MiddleEasy.com with media credentials to every event in California and most importantly, let Nick Diaz fight…regardless of how many bong hits were delivered to his dome. Dust off those resume templates and start applying. [Source]