English Heritage, which owns Stonehenge, is looking for a general manager to keep the ancient stone circle running smoothly. Seeing as no one really knows what the site was built for, I guess the concept of ensuring it "runs smoothly" is more to do with keeping tourists entertained and preventing damage to the megalithic monument than making sure it operates in the way it was originally intended.
There are some very mixed feelings about this new job and here are links to some of the write-ups in the press and on other websites:
Odd News: http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2013/04/20/Stonehenge-seeks-first-ever-general-manager/UPI-94541366479037/#ixzz2R3K5DzfL
The Daily Mail: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2311598/Position-vacant-Must-like-old-rocks--Stonehenge-employ-general-manager-stone-circles-5-000-year-history.html
The SOP: http://thesop.org/story/20130420/sacrilege-stonehenge-to-hire-general-manager.html
And here is the full job description if you want to apply:
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