Processing alligator is a very lucrative job in Georgia, with a lot of money on the line.
The state’s largest producer of alligator and other large predators is known for its ability to make the meat that goes into steaks, ribs, hamburgers, and even pizzas.
But there’s a catch.
The jobs that are being created are for people who will spend a lot more time in the field, than people who can actually perform a task.
Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is working to get its alligator plant trained to do the work, but the job is being offered only to people who are trained to be “gator meat handlers.”
The company that owns the plant said it was looking to fill the role because it is the only place in the world that can do the job at such a large scale.
The Georgia Department of Labor said the company was looking for a trainer who has at least a Bachelor of Science in business administration or a related field.
That means he or she would have to have some type of certifying authority or some type on the job, which the company did not provide.
It was not immediately clear how the certification was determined.
The company also said that the trainer will be required to be a Georgia registered nurse.
Georgia has been working to attract more jobs to the state for years, but some employers are wary of working with such a company.
“If you’re looking for an employer, don’t hire a contractor that is doing alligator slaughter,” said Steve Schlosser, director of the Center for the Study of Worker Rights at the University of Georgia.
“We don’t have enough inspectors to go out and inspect it.
That’s one of the reasons why we’re looking at getting a trainer.”
The job is a $60,000 contract.
The DNR said that it has applied for two permits to operate the facility.
“The first permit would allow the plant to be located in a county where it has been approved by the Georgia Department the previous year,” said DNR spokesperson Jennifer Roesch.
“Our second permit would make the facility a permanent employer.
We hope to have both permits in place by the end of March.”
The DRCR also said it has started training some of the company’s employees, but said that no additional training has been completed yet.