Secluded Inchcolm Island Needs a Manager for £20,373 per Year

If the only thing that stops you from living a perpetual holiday on a secluded private island is the fact that you can’t afford it, we think we have the solution that you’ve been so long trying to find. How about moving onto an uninhabited island, in a superb natural landscape, and  getting paid for it? Oh, yes, such a dream job really does exist, and the wage is £20,373 per year.

Historic Scotland is looking for the perfect manager for this beautiful island, someone who would be willing to stay there from March till October. You would live in a cozy cottage with two bedrooms and all the necessary household appliances. Electricity and water are not a problem, but cable TV an Internet are. The first cannot be offered because passing by ships affect the signal, while the Internet connection is also quite weak.

Being situated at the mouth of the River Fort, Inchcolm Island is not visited by an awful lot of tourists, but they do come in a total number of about 20,000 people per year. The only thing that is expected of the selected manager is to welcome tourists, and he won’t even have to do it alone – another man will also be chosen to help do the job. Will you be one of them? Applications can be sent until February 15.