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You and your partner can escape to a remote Scottish island and get paid to manage a vacation property for the summer
The Isle of Skye is a small island off the coast of Scotland with a population of only 10,000 people.
Silver Swan Recruitment is looking for a couple to manage a vacation property on the island from April through October 2020.
The couple will be in charge of maintaining the property and welcoming guests for their stays.
You can find out more about the job here, which offers a $1,473 monthly salary per person and includes accommodations for the duration of the job.
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Summer is an ideal time for many to try out remote living, as seasonal work makes taking a break from normal life possible.
If you're looking for somewhere quiet to spend your summer, a remote island off the coast of Scotland might be the right place for you.
Silver Swan Recruitment is looking for a couple to move to the Isle of Skye, located off the western coast of Scotland, to manage a vacation property for the summer.
"The adventurous Isle of Skye Management role will see the successful couple spend their summer on the remote island, managing a beautiful property while exploring the wild countryside and immersing themselves in Scotland's unique culture," read a press release from Silver Swan Recruitment that was provided to Insider.
The job will run from April through October 2020, and the couple hired for the role will be in charge of maintaining the rental property and welcoming guests for their stays on the property.
The Isle of Skye is part of the Inner Hebrides, a chain of Scottish islands, and it's known for its stunning landscapes and unique rock formations.
It offers the peace of a remote area with the amenities of modern life, such as access to electricity, Wi-Fi, and phone reception.
The job listing notes that the ideal candidates for this position will have previous housekeeping experience, the ability to work in the European Union, a driver's license, and a flexible attitude.
The role pays $1,473 per person each month, and accommodations are provided to the couple for the duration of their tenure.
"The Isle of Skye Management role is the perfect position for a couple who are looking to get away from it all and spend a peaceful summer in the Scottish wilderness," the same press release noted.