Anyone who is willing to spend 13 months on one of the most isolated islands in the world is sought after by the British Wildlife Department.
On the empty island, the job applicant will be required to do bird counting, monitoring, and other fieldwork in order to determine the number of birds there.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has reportedly posted a job opening for a new field officer on the island of Gough, according to the BBC.
In the South Atlantic, this British territory is located roughly 1500 miles from Africa.
The stated salary for the employed person is from 25,000 to 27,000 pounds ($9.2 million to more than 9.9 million Pakistani rupees) annually.
A scientific degree, suitable work experience, and an ability to put in many hours of bird watching on a far-off island are required for this role.
Additionally, the island’s workers receive a pension, life insurance, and 26 days of vacation every year.
According to experts, it would be difficult for anybody to stay on this island for an extended period of time owing to the harsh weather and poor amenities.