Hue Jackson is out of a job after he was canned by the Cleveland Browns last week. But Hue’s not planning to stay unemployed for long. The former head coach says he would jump at the chance to take on an assistant job with another team this season.

“Oh absolutely,’’ he said Monday the Adam Schefter podcast per Mary Kay Cabot of “If there’s somebody who I know and trust and respect, felt like they needed me to help or to do something for them along the lines of assisting in any way that I can to help them be as good as they can be on gameday, I would do that in a heartbeat.’’

Jackson would not comment when asked if any team has reached out to him about a possible job for the rest of the season.

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Jackson has some close connections around the league, particularly in Cincinnati with the Bengals’ Marvin Lewis. Jackson worked under Lewis for seven years, the last two as an offensive coordinator. He started his second stint with the team in 2012 after Jackson was fired from his first head coaching gig with the Raiders.

In case Jackson doesn’t catch on with a team this season, he’s targeting a job as an offensive coordinator next season, although he’s not completely ruling out the chance to become a head coach again.

After his disastrous tenure in Cleveland, it’s hard to see Jackson getting another chance to be an NFL head coach. But given his ample amounts of experience in other coaching positions, it may just be a matter of time before he lands another job in the league.