You can get paid £300 to sleep at home as Silentnight goes on the hunt for testers

The one role where you can’t be sacked for sleeping on the job (Image: Getty)

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Silentnight is looking for 'snuggle enthusiasts' to take on the once in a lifetime opportunity to get paid for sleeping on the job.

The five winning applicants will be paid £300 to sleep, sent a "snuggle bundle" of mattresses, pillows, duvets and blankets designed just for them worth up to £600 and given a year's worth of Netflix on top.

Silentnight's Kat Collins said: “We’re looking for a new ‘pyjama army’ to provide vital feedback on our products.

"Sleepers come in all shapes and sizes, with different wants, needs and personal preferences, so our ‘snuggle bundles’ will be bespoke to each recruit."

You will be working nights though
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The ‘snuggle bundles’ are tailored to the height, weight, shape, and other factors – including whether you sleep on your side or back and if you tend to be too hot or chilly in bed.

Once the kit has arrived, all you need to do to earn your money is pick out your cosiest pyjamas and hop into bed.

"Of course, the role involves working nights, early mornings and some undercover work," Silentnight added.

Are you comfortable working undercover?
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To apply you need to write a short personal statement explaining why you're the right person for the job – with Silentnight keen to hear stories about all the times applicants have been late for work after sleeping through their alarm clock, and their top tips for a good night’s sleep.

“We’re looking for applicants who take sleep seriously," Collins said.

"If you can’t resist a siesta in the afternoon, if you’re the type of person who spends all day counting down the hours until bedtime, or if you find yourself hitting snooze on your alarm clock every morning, this is your moment."

Professional snoozers can apply here:

You need to be over 18 and a UK resident to apply.

The 5 winners will be selected on December 1.

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