Are you a self-confessed neat freak? Do we have the job for you!
Calling all Marie Kondo-ists - we have the ultimate experience for you, thanks to IKEA's new search for 'tidying technicians'.
Yep, there's an actual job to make everything look nice and sorted and in order.
The Swedish company famed for their minimalist Scandi furniture and homewares are on the hunt for ten neat freaks to tidy other people's homes, and be paid $150 an hour for it.
"We’re so excited to be able to offer this role that will further assist IKEA in its mission to create a better life for the many people. In this case, bringing gladness to homes via organisation and decluttering,” IKEA People and Culture Co-Worker Kent Eriksson said.
Successful applicants will have to go through 'Tidy Training' bootcamp structured by IKEA’s resident interior designer, Tabitha Lage.
“We want to alleviate the stresses within the home so that Aussies can enjoy their space and live a better everyday life at home; improving their overall wellbeing,” Tabitha explains.
“However, we can’t do it alone, which is why we’re looking for our next co-workers who can help us bring joy to the many homes of Australia.”
And you don't need any specific qualifications, just a deep love for home organisation and a black and white approach to decluttering.
“Successful applicants will have a flair for decluttering, an eye for organisation and a desire to tidy,” the job description reads.
But you'll have to be quick to apply, as applications close on January 30!
Head to IKEA's Facebook page for more info.