Are you a suitably qualified professional with a passion for Gaelic games and Irish culture?
Do you have a proven track record at senior management level, with established leadership and influencing skills?
Are you a Gaelgóir with excellent understanding of the GAA and its structures?
If so, this might be the job for you.
GAA director general Paraic Duffy will retire in March and, two months after making the announcement, the GAA have advertised for his replacement.
Since taking over from Liam Mulvihill in 2008, Monaghan native Duffy has shown decisive, modernising leadership on issues such as television rights, the GPA and Championship structures.
Many predicted his successor would come from within the Association, with Dublin CEO John Costello, former Armagh footballer Jarlath Burns, GAA head of games Feargal McGill, Tipperary All-Ireland winner Liam Sheedy and Croke Park stadium director Peter McKenna mentioned in dispatches.
The Association cannot be accused of failing to cast their net far and wide with the advertising of the job, which is clearly pitched at high-ranking managers with a passion for Gaelic games.
At a minimum the successful candidate will have a third-level business related qualification, with strong experience of financial management and strategic planning.
Before you ask, the salary is not disclosed, but will "reflect the responsibility of the role".
Interested? Better polish up the CV and the Gaeilge.
And make sure your club membership is paid...