Alphabet, the parent company of Google, is racing to develop airborne drones that can ferry packages straight to consumers’ doorsteps and beam internet connectivity to people below.

It’s a race against rival Amazon, which is also working on drone delivery, and the Google X subsidiary that oversees Alphabet’s drone effort is looking to hire various aerospace experts, from guidance and navigation-control managers to computer-vision engineers.

While Google is known as an intense and high-pressure place to work, a recent job listing for its drone effort reveals a humorous side. The listing for an engineer focused on “airspace management” describes an ideal candidate with all the usual top-notch coding and data skills, as well as one curious trait:

You also have an interest in airspace management practices and think that flying airplanes is cooler than crashing airplanes.

Here’s hoping that Alphabet can find a qualified candidate for the job before its fleet of drones takes to the skies.

From: http://uk.businessinsider.com/google-funny-drone-job-listing-2016-5?r=US&IR=T