Company posts job advert for Brit SEX DOLL tester… and you can get £35k for romping with robots

A COMPANY is advertising a job for a new sex doll tester – and the successful candidate will earn £35k a year for romping with robots.

Adult toy firm Silicone Sex World says it's looking for someone who's willing to try out its latest products and join the team at their base in Hatton Garden, London.

The newly formed role offers flexible working hours, as well as 22 days holiday per year plus bank holidays, a free gym membership and company mobile phone.

Perks also include family and friends discount for the wide range of male sex doll products on offer by the firm, which claims to be the UK's number one trusted supplier.

Responsibilities include personally testing new ranges and providing detailed feedback to manufacturers.

The new tester will also be expected to attend industry events around the world to keep ahead of competition and be on top of quality control with products leaving and arriving at the warehouse.

The firm says it isn’t essential to have worked in the adult industry before but a passion for sex dolls and a keen eye for detail is an important part of the role.

Requirements also include working to tight deadlines and being highly driven.

The company, which offers a build your own doll option, says that any previous experience with sex dolls will be taken into consideration.



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Richard Thorne, the company's marketing manager, said, “This is an exciting time for the business. Interest in our products is growing steadily and this will be a hugely important role.

"It’ll make sure we maintain the quality of our offering and it’ll also help us innovate in a competitive market.”

The company will be looking to shortlist potential candidates on March 20.

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