Djuice to hire ‘world’s first human app’ in Norway

12 May 2011

Norwegian low-cost mobile operator djuice is advertising for the position of The Human App, the world’s first mobile application, which it’s describing as “the link between technology and people”.

“We are looking to become the world’s first mobile operator which seriously does offer our customers everything they need. We combine the possibilities offered by mobile technology with the practical skills only humans possess. We’re really looking forward to launching The Human App this summer, but before we get that far we will employ the world’s first human mobile app,” said June Paulsen, head of djuice Norway.  

According to djuice, no particular experience is required, yet the position will not suit everyone.

“The person we’re looking for is brave, outgoing and exuberant. A human mobile application must be able to deal with a very unpredictable working day and with challenges he or she will not have been faced with before. And the winning applicant will definitely get a fun-filled summer he or she will never forget,” said Paulsen.

Over €6,000 for four weeks’ work

The Human App will be working from mid June to mid July, and the job pays 50,000 Kroner (€6,300) for four weeks’ work. You must be flexible and prepared to travel around Norway for the duration of the job.

“The Human App will see new sides to Norway, the people who live here and the technology which ties us together. It involves quite a bit of travelling so the applicant must be mobile this summer,” said Paulsen.

The deadline for applying is 22 May and the application can be found here.

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