I work as a software engineer at a company, that has an outdated build infrastructure. Things like continuous integration are practically impossible. We don't use Git BTW.
There is a company with a huge code-base and anyone can deliver to the repository regardless of how broken the build is. As you might imagine, when it's time to create a labeled build, it usually takes several days. Trying to fix the build as other people are breaking it at the same time.
Right now, there is one brave person, that tackles this problem by crawling through the build logs and then calls the people responsible and asks them to fix their errors. He basically does what continuous integration does. This can take the whole day of that person.
I was asked to be this person. To me, this seems like something that isn't and shouldn't be a part of my job. Skip the fact, that it is a very annoying job. It is basically managing other programmers and telling them to fix their errors. It feels like it has nothing to do with software development process.
Finally my question: Do you think, that this is a reasonable thing to ask from a software engineer? Have you ever come across something similar?
Edited question: As many people correctly mentioned, my original question is opinion-based. Therefore, I will alter my question to make it answerable. If I strictly didn't want to accept this role, is there any legal way of me refusing without resigning?