Conor McGregor Seeking ‘Professional Partier’ To Join Proper No. Twelve Whiskey

New hires will have the chance to host fight night parties and bar events, create new whiskey cocktails, and even run the brand’s social media channels.

(Proper No. 12)

This just might be the best fookin’ whiskey job around.

Proper No. Twelve, the popular Irish whiskey brand founded by UFC superstar Conor McGregor, has launched a national search to join his team as a “Professional Partier.”

New hires will have the chance to visit Ireland to see where and how the whiskey is made, visit McGregor’s Black Forge Inn, host fight night parties and bar events, create new whiskey cocktails, and even try their hand at running the brand’s social media channels.

“I’m looking for someone to roll up their sleeves and work harder than ever,” said McGregor in a statement promoting the job search. “I started from nothing and am now the CEO of the fastest-growing Irish whiskey brand in America. Think you have what it takes to work for Proper No. Twelve? Apply for a PROPER job as a Professional Partier and come work for me.”

More details here on the job from Proper No. Twelve:

In this full-time position, the official new hire will help introduce Proper No. Twelve to whiskey fans nationwide, hosting fight night viewing parties and bar events, creating new cocktails, and trying their hand at running Proper No. Twelve’s social channels.

The Proper candidate for this role must be 21+ and authorized to work in the U.S. Qualified candidates should have proficiency in sales and marketing, along with strong communication and management skills.

Applicants are encouraged to create a video, highlighting how they live the “Proper lifestyle” using the hashtag #GETAPROPERJOB. After posting and sharing the video to their social channels, applicants can then apply using the online form.

Once the initial steps are completed, prospects are encouraged to get their family and friends involved to vote for them to become the Professional Partier through their own social accounts.

The application will be open through October 20. For more information, full job description, qualifications and rules, go to

Meanwhile, while McGregor has been raking in money with Proper No. Twelve and tooling around in his new Lamborghini speed boat, it’s anyone’s guess when he might return to fight in the UFC.

The former two-division champ has been sidelined while healing from his gruesome broken leg injury suffered in July 2021, but whoever fights him next stands to make the biggest payday of their career, with MMA oddsmakers saying that Michael Chandler currently has the best shot.

And outside the Octagon, there’s even talk of a rematch of McGregor’s 2017 bout with Floyd Mayweather–not that anyone is particularly asking for it.

The 45-year-old former pound-for-pound boxing king, who last weekend stopped little-known Japanese mixed martial artist and YouTuber Mikuru Asakura in the second round of a farcical boxing exhibition, claims he plans to box McGregor, 34, again in 2023.

“We don’t know if it’s going to be an exhibition or a real fight. But there’s been talks of both. I would prefer an exhibition,” Mayweather told the Daily Mail.

“So, guys like Conor McGregor and guys that don’t really hit hard such as YouTubers or UFC guys, I don’t really mind colliding with those kinds of individuals but nothing where I am going to put myself in a position where I am going to harm myself or hurt myself.”

Stay tuned, fight fans.