Dem senator references 'The Office' when posting job for Scranton regional manager 

Sen. Bob CaseyRobert (Bob) Patrick CaseyDemocrats divided on gun control strategy Senate Democrats call on DHS for details on response to Portland protests Dems' momentum hits quagmire over infrastructure plans MORE Jr. (D-Pa.) is looking for a regional manager in Scranton and decided to have some fun with the job posting, referencing popular television show “The Office” in a tweet.

In his tweet Friday linking to the job posting, Casey included an image of Michael Scott, the manager in the show played by actor Steve Carrell.


In the image, Scott is holding a “World’s Best Boss” mug.

“Yes, I'm looking for a Regional Manager in Scranton,” Casey writes. “No, I'm not looking for an Assistant to that Regional Manager," an apparent reference to "The Office" character Dwight Schrute played by actor Rainn Wilson. 

 “The Office” is based on a paper company that operates in Scranton, Pa., affectionately referred to as the “Electric City.”

Casey’s post featuring the job opening comes the same day he announced that he will not run for president in 2020.

Twitter had fun with the senator’s lighthearted job posting, with users responding with “The Office” related memes.