Do you love hockey and Budweiser? Ever wish you could just spend your days watching hockey while getting paid for it? Well, it turns out, you actually can. Budweiser Canada just announced that they are hiring a Chief Hockey Officer, and the job is as awesome as it sounds. 

According to the Budweiser website, they are looking for one lucky candidate who has a passion for hockey and is willing to travel with their friends to watch the games. What's even better? The role will pay you $50,000 a year. 

If you're lucky enough to become Budweiser's newest Chief Hockey Officer, the position allows you to watch all of your favourite hockey games during the 2019-2020 season, and "because hockey is better with your buds" Budweiser even states that you can bring three friends to watch the games with you! 

So not only will you be getting paid to watch Canada's most beloved sport, but you will also be able to be the coolest friend in your friend group. The position will be from October 1, 2019, until April 30, 2020, so grab your favourite hockey jersey, because it's time to apply! 

However, there are a few conditions before you submit your application. 

According to Budweiser, if you want to land the role as their newest Chief Hockey Officer, you must be 21 years or older and must be a Canadian resident. 

You also need to be able to pass a criminal background check, and have a valid passport, since lots of travelling will be involved!

Considering that the position will have 25 percent travel time, it is really the ultimate hockey lovers' trip! 

Of course, the most important thing that Budweiser is looking for is that you have a passion for everything hockey. 

If you think you have what it takes to become Budweiser's newest employee, all you have to do is submit a video telling the company why you would be the right one for the job. 

The video can be submitted to their social media pages or to their e-mail at

Deadlines are open until September 25 at 11:59 p.m EST. 

For the full job description, you can visit Budweiser's career page here. 

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