Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum is all about making people happy, and this time it's with a job posting that comes with a one million dirhams ($273,000) salary. 

Sheikh Mohammed posted the job ad on his Twitter account, garnering over 7,000 re-tweets and 7,000 likes at the time of writing. 

Although it is not clear from the posting whether the salary is monthly or annual, Al Arabiya has reported that the amount represents a monthly stipend. 

You may be thinking to yourself that the requirements for the job are probably out-of-this-world ... but, if you're all about "spreading positive vibes" you don't need to worry. 

Wondering what the requirements are?

First, you should be a people's person at heart - with an urge to help others at all times. 

Second, people around you should be able to validate that you are as good and helpful as you market yourself to be. 

When it comes to practical work, you should have previous experience in volunteer/humanitarian/social work - in at least one place. 

The job is open to anyone between the ages of 5 and 95, and open to all Arabs - not just Emiratis. 

It's all about having a positive attitude. Really.

If you're interested in applying, visit There is currently a countdown clock on the website for when the applications will open. 

If you'd like to get more details, contact Ahmad Al Shugairi, a Saudi Arabian activist and media figure. 

Shugairi is best known for his program Khawatir [2005 - 2015], a commercial success in Saudi Arabia. 

The United Arab Emirates is serious about making people happy

Just one year ago, the UAE announced a slew of changes to the country's cabinet and ministries - the biggest and most colorful shakeup in government since it's founding. 

Among the changes was the introduction of a Happiness Minister - whose sole job is to figure out how to make people happy. 

This was then followed by the announcement of a "Happiness District," a project that Dubai South took on to address the happiness of its residents. 

The city aims to be family friendly, pedestrian friendly and include a wide variety of facilities to promote relaxation. 

The UAE ranked No. 28 on the 2016 World Happiness Report