If you've ever felt the urge to swap the daily grind for a quieter life, this could be the perfect job for you.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is looking for someone to work as a ranger on Handa, one of Britain's most remote islands located off the west coast of Sutherland in Scotland.
For almost $17,000 (Â£14,500) a year, the successful applicant will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the uninhabited island between March and September, when thousands of visitors are drawn by the 100,000 seabirds breeding there.
The application states that a "thorough knowledge of seabird monitoring methodology and practice" is required to tend to the important seabird colony, which includes puffins, guillemots, razorbills and great skuas. The role also includes organising work programs for a team of volunteers, and making weekly trips to the nearest village to do laundry, banking and shopping.
As the job listing points out, a "good physical fitness, and the desire to work out-of-doors in a remote location" are also essential. However, the unique location also makes it the ideal role for animals lovers.
"Clearly it's a fantastic role for anyone who loves wildlife," a spokesperson for the Scottish Wildlife Trust told Country Living. "While the remote location of Handa means that we're looking for someone who is resilient and able to cope with challenges, the Handa ranger also has to be great at dealing with people, whether that's the many visitors to the island or the volunteers who give up their time to help carry out important work including path repairs and seabird monitoring."
Applications from both job-share couples or individual candidates will be considered for the fixed term post, and accommodation is provided free of charge.
Could you see yourself in this role? Applications for the job close on Monday 13 November. You can apply here.