WILTSHIREIf you’re a big fan of Stonehenge then the perfect job has just opened up for you - the owners of the Wiltshire site are looking for a general manager who will be paid £65,000-a-year.The person in charge will be responsible for maintaining the ‘dignity of the stones’ and meeting with Druid leaders and other members of the public that visit the site each year. But the application process will not be an easy one as Stonehenge bosses are only seeking the ‘brightest and best’ for the job, which also requires you to ensure the solstice celebrations ‘aren’t in some way compromising the mystery and integrity of the stones’.Tim Reeve, English Heritage’s historic properties director, said: ‘You could be up at the stones one minute, in outdoor garb trying to help visitors, then you can be back in a state-of-the-art visitors’ centre. ‘The next time you could be in a suit, representing our site.’He added: ‘It is also important to ensure we keep dignity for the stones. This year marks a new dawn for Stonehenge.’If you want to put your name forward the closing date for job applications is May 5 2013. Stonehenge is believed to have been erected more than 4,000 years ago as a temple to the sun. It attracts revellers throughout the year as a place of worship, but particularly around the summer solstice.