President Joe Biden's 2024 campaign is hiring a manager to handle partnerships with meme pages.
President Joe Biden's campaign is hiring a manager to handle partnerships with meme pages.Boston Globe/Getty Images
  • President Joe Biden's campaign needs a manager for "content and meme pages."
  • The role involves collaborating with podcasters, digital media firms, and social media meme pages.
  • It offers up to $85,000 and requires relocation to Wilmington, Delaware.

Do you want to parlay your skibidi toilet rizz into a career? President Joe Biden's campaign has the job for you, but you'd have to move to Wilmington, Delaware for it.

Nestled in a list of jobs posted by the Biden campaign is one with the title: "partner manager for content and meme pages."

The job description says that the person will build and maintain relationships with podcasters, digital media companies, and large meme pages.

Meme pages are incredibly popular online, attracting millions of views daily on social media sites like Instagram and TikTok. In 2020, Mike Bloomberg's presidential campaign partnered with FuckJerry, an Instagram meme page with nearly 17 million followers.

It's not clear how much Bloomberg's campaign paid for posts on the page, but at the time it offered a "fixed $150 fee" to social media influencers with an audience of 1,000 to 100,000 followers to create original content.

Gen Z largely runs the internet's most popular meme pages. They are also their biggest consumers of memes.

That's key for Biden, who has struggled to capture the attention of younger voters. In polling, many young voters have said they aren't aware of the president's efforts to fight climate change or his other policies. And many young people are unhappy with Biden's handling of the war in Gaza.

Biden's campaign is offering an annual salary of up to $85,000 for its meme manager. Part of their responsibility will include identifying the best "engagement opportunities" — pages with the most followers — with which the campaign can work.

The job requires two to four years of experience in the video, media, or entertainment industry, expertise with digital media, and — crucially — a mandatory relocation to Wilmington.

The Biden campaign did not immediately return a request for comment from Business Insider on Thursday.

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