Nintendo are looking for a designer to work on their 'Zelda' games.
The gaming technology company are after someone to join their team to work specifically on the series based on the fictional princess.
The advert reads: "You will be responsible for the following tasks: Game event, dungeon / field planning, specification creation and adjustment [as well as] planning of enemies, preparation and adjustment of specifications."
Nintendo are looking for someone with "experience in production of consumer games as a game planner" and someone who is "confident in communication skills in Japanese when collaborating".
And to ensure the right person is selected, there will be a practical exam to take, two interviews and an informal chat.
The person will be given a trial period of three months before it is decided if their contract will be renewed. If it is renewed, it will be done so "until the end of the longest project of development work".
The team are looking to pay anything between 3.8 million yen and 8.1 million yen, dependent on experience, as well as many benefits including expenses, housing allowance, overtime allowance and various social insurances.
The job will be based out of the head office development building in Kyoto with the working hours between 8:45 and 17:30.
It is not known whether this person has been recruited to work on updates to the current game release 'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' or on a new release.