As you might have heard, Apple has had major holes in its security force as of late. (Or just a leaky marketing team, depending on who you ask.) In an effort to plug up those holes and keep products like the next iPhone 6/iPad 3/MacBook Nano from leaking out before they're ready to debut, Apple has listed a new position on their corporate jobs site: "Manager, New Product Security".
As the NY Times tech blog points out, Apple is usually pretty fluffy and ambiguous with the job descriptions, preferring to hire people who are a personality fit rather than just checking off boxes on a CV. But this particular job posting is pretty blunt:
The candidate will be responsible for overseeing the protection of, and managing risks to, Apple’s unreleased products and related intellectual property. Position will reside in Cupertino, California and will require up to 30% travel (international and domestic).
It should probably also include something like "Adept at helping drunk engineers hold their liquor," but there you go: if you're a security whiz or you just want to move to Cupertino and spend 30% of your time engaging in domestic and international corporate espionage, there's a job waiting for you at 1 Infinite Loop.