New York has a reputation for being fast-paced, but one job going in the city that never sleeps needs you to literally slow down to a tortoise's pace.
Resident Amanda Green is looking for someone new to take her 17-year-old African tortoise Henry for walks in Central Park on "warm weekdays" for US$11 an hour.
Her call for a new tortoise walker comes a year after she advertised for the same job and got more than 400 responses.
Ms Green says Henry's last walker is moving away so he needs a new pal. But don't fret if you don't have any experience with tortoise care - you just need to like animals and people.
And she's serious about being a people person.
"Trust me - they'll want to talk to you!"
The ad, posted on Craigslist, says Henry just needs to be supervised while he roams his Central Park stomping ground, but Ms Green warns he's "surprisingly quick".
"Henry is surprisingly energetic and fearless. The biggest thing to watch out for is him eating trash or kids trying to feed him," she writes.
He weighs around 9kg, so Henry's helper needs to be strong enough to lift him in and out of his stroller - yes, a baby stroller and also get him up the stairs to his apartment.
If you're an Instagram expert that'll help too - Henry has his own growing social media fan base.
And there's one thing Henry has over walking a dog - "No poop scooping required!"