Do you want to be the next Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP)? Well, you have six days to apply.
The position was advertised in the State-run MyGov on Tuesday.
Candidates should submit their applications to the Public Service Commission.
The recruitment panel, led by Dr Elizabeth Muli, said Keriako Tobiko's successor should have served as a judge of a superior court or magistrate for at least 10 years, or be a distinguished legal practitioner or academician with at least 10 years' experience.
Women, minorities, the marginalised, and the disabled were encouraged to apply.