Singer-songwriter superstar Taylor Swift remains a global sensation as she continues her record-breaking Eras Tour — and major cultural institutions want to do her justice.

That’s why London’s Victoria and Albert Museum is calling all UK-based “Swifties” to apply for a new advisory role that would provide “insights into the culture and artisanry around handmade signs, friendship bracelets and Taylor Swift memorabilia,” Reuters reported.

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The new hire will work with the museum’s curatorial team to contribute their expertise as “part of a drive to complement further the vast curatorial knowledge within the museum’s walls.”

The museum is also seeking experts in other “highly specific cultural niches” for part-time roles, including aficionados of emojis and Crocs shoes.

The V&A is one of the world’s largest art and design museums; founded by Prince Albert in the 1950s, it holds over 2 million objects made in the last 5,000 years, according to Condé Nast Traveler.

Of course, this isn’t the first Taylor Swift-related job to hit the market. In September, The Tennessean and USA Today network made headlines during a search for a “Taylor Swift Reporter” (veteran reporter Bryan West was hired a couple of months later).

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Fans have also been cashing in on a Taylor Swift-inspired side hustle that can pay tens of thousands of dollars per month: selling the friendship bracelets so often exchanged at Eras Tour concerts on Etsy.

Applicants can apply through the V&A’s website here.

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