A new manger is being sought to live on Inchcolm Island in the Firth of Forth.
Historic Scotland are advertising for a Monument Manger for the site.
The successful candidate will live in a two-bedroom house in the middle of the Forth with one other member of staff for eight months of the year.
Inchcolm sits in the shadow of the Forth Rail Bridge and is reached by boat from South Queensferry. Apart from the house, the only building is Inchcolm Abbey which dates back to the 12th century.
Around 20,000 people visit the island every year and weddings are held in the ruins of the abbey.
The manager will earn up to £20,373 a year and be in charge of a team of four people. They will not have to pay rent for the accommodation because of "limited services" on the island.
The closing date for applications is February 15.
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