A job opportunity has been advertised - for someone to live and work in a remote island castle off the British coast.
The team at St Michael's Mount off Cornwall wants someone to employ a recruit for a role at the medieval castle.
There are around 30 people living on St Michael's Mount, and now the team is looking for a ‘castle officer’ to join them.
‘Strong team player’
On the application website the team said: "We are a small team with a wide range of responsibilities. We are looking for someone who is excited to further build on their experience and make the most of all learning opportunities.
"You will be able to demonstrate the highest levels of discretion, be compassionate with a tactful demeanour, have a strong motivation to be based in West Cornwall and above all be a strong team player where flexibility is essential."
The castle can be accessed by boat or via a man-made causeway that is passable between mid and low-tide.
The island is usually visited by around 350,000 people every year, but this number has reduced because of the Covid pandemic.
Castle steward Duncan Murdoch told the BBC: "The best thing about living here is having a sea view from every window.
"The worst thing is not being able to get a pizza delivered to your door."
The castle dates back to 1135 when construction is said to have begun.
Situated 500 yards off the coast, the island is reached by ferry boats to and from Marazion.
The island takes its name from St Michael who supposedly appeared to a group of fishermen in 495 AD.
The oldest surviving buildings date from the 12th Century, when a Benedictine priory was founded there.