SALT-BAE is looking for a toilet attendant for his luxury London restaurant.
But on just £11-an-hour, it would take them a shocking three WEEKS to be able to buy just one of Nusr-Et's £850 gold encrusted steaks.
Would-be workers are told their duties will be to deal with "various bodily fluids and, on occasion, dealing directly with the public".
An online ad says the job pays between £10.50 and £11.00 per-hour plus tips from the diner's cash-splashing clientele- which are no-doubt set to be generous.
One customer's £37,023.10 bill included a 15 per cent service charge of £4,829.10.
And that doesn't include gifts from impressed customers, with another table tipping Salt Bae himself a £2,000 box of cigars.
In the online ad, candidates are told: "Successful applicants for this position will be responsible for the safety, security, cleanliness and proper use of our toilets in the restaurant."
Duties include cleaning and servicing the bathroom, ensuring the facilities are secure and safe and keeping up social-distancing measures.
The description states the successful candidate must be "health and safety conscious", as well as "honest, trustworthy and punctual".
But the future employee is unlikely to clap eyes on the boss because he’s leaving London for Saudi Arabia to open his newest outpost.
The butcher-turned-chef won't be around to slice steaks and show off his salt-smattering skills tableside for adoring fans like Wayne and Coleen Rooney.
Deep-pocketed foodies have previously paid £250 for prime reservations at the Knightsbridge eatery, with the chain recently under fire for allegedly treating staff poorly.
Workers said the the 38-year-old's chain of restaurants are "ruled by fear" and the company didn't "care about employees".
A server in Miami said: "Give a crap about your staff and not just money. Maybe let the staff actually taste the food we sell for you? Let us see our tips and how they're distributed. Stop being sketchy about everything."
Another person added: "Not enough hours, passive aggressive clients."
And another said the firm was "ruled by fear" and added: "Company doesn't care about employees."
The Sun has approached Nurs-Et eateries and Nusret Gökçe for comment.
The menu features a £1,450 gold-gilded tomahawk steak, another £630 hunk of beef and a £100 burger – among other mega-expensive menu items.
The chef even charges £9 for a single glass of coke.
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