If you’re already planning on holding a month-long Christmas movie marathon this holiday season, Reviews.org has the perfect job for you. The product review service is choosing one lucky applicant as this year’s “Chief Holiday Cheermeister,” a gig that requires you to watch 25 Christmas movies in 25 days.

You get to decide which films to add to your queue, but you won’t have to stick to ones you already own or can stream for free. To give you the largest possible selection, Reviews.org will award you a year-long subscription to each of the following streaming platforms: Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, Apple TV+, and Hallmark Movies Now. (And if having the world of Christmas films at your fingertips seems a little overwhelming, here are 36 of our favorites to help you choose.) As for which movies actually count as Christmas movies, Reviews.org allows for some leniency—Die Hard (1988) counts, as do When Harry Met Sally... (1989), Rent (2005), and other New Year-centric flicks.

You have to complete a brief survey with your thoughts on each film, and after you’ve finished all 25, you’ll receive $2500 as compensation for your hard work. Then, you’re free to stream movies and TV shows in every genre for the remainder of your subscription term.

To apply, you must be at least 18 years old and eligible to work in the U.S. Loving Christmas isn’t a necessity, but it’ll probably help your chances of winning—in addition to entering your name and email address, you'll also have to explain in 200 words or fewer why you deserve to be the Chief Holiday Cheermeister.

The application is open through Friday, December 4, and Reviews.org will reveal the winner on their YouTube channel on Monday, December 7 (after which they’ll email the winner with details about accepting the job).

If you’re interested, you can apply here.