A job posting for a video game technician has been removed from job board Craigslist after a petition calling for it to be removed gained traction.
The job posting was removed from Craigslist by a job board administrator after more than 1,200 people signed a petition to get it taken down.
The listing, which was available on Craigslist in February, was for a software technician at the amusement parks in Los Angeles, Anaheim and Las Vegas.
The listing was also posted on the Disney parks’ official job board, which is currently down.
While many job listings have been removed or updated to reflect current jobs, the job posting posted by the Disneyland jobs board was not removed.
The site’s administrator said it was removed because of a rule that requires all job postings on Craigslist to be verified before they can be posted on job boards.
He said the board would not remove the listing and that the listing was removed due to a rule on the job board.
The posting was not available for comment from the Disney jobs board.
The Disneyland jobs site has been a popular source for job seekers.
The job board is one of the most popular job boards on the internet, with thousands of job seekers each day, according to the job search site Glassdoor.
A listing for a Disney employee in Los Santos was removed for the same reason.
Glassdoor reported the same rule was in place in Orlando, Fla.
Last month, an employee posted an online advertisement asking for a position in a video-game studio, but he never got hired.