You could live on a remote island and get paid staggering £160,000 a YEAR – but you can’t do it on your own | The Sun

A REMOTE island is paying you £160,000 to move there – but you can't do it on your own.

The mysterious island owner is looking for new residents to maintain his private Caribbean island as a full-time job.

Sat between the Caribbean and the US Virgin Islands, the tropical destination is known for its white beaches and as a lavish yachting retreat.

And it can only be reached by air or sea – which makes it a remote heaven.

The island is seeking people who will be in charge of a number of responsibilities as the island's manager and content creator.

The opportunity is part of a programme to promote the island's transformation from a building site to a lavish paradise by 2024.



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Recruiters are looking for "highly experienced" applicants in luxury hospitality and events management.

If successful, they will have to jet off to the remote area in January and share their experience of living in a "millionaire's playground" on their social media accounts.

Recruiter George Ralph Dunn from Fairfax and Kensington said: "They'd have to pick up their whole life and move but it's a cool role to pick up your life for.

"The owner wants to emphasise the beauty of the place and that's a huge part of this role.

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"They'd need to capture it and then put their own stamp on how everything looks and works."

As par of the role, they would have to work six-day weeks and have one return flight home per year with 25 holiday days – which could be spent on one of the nearby islands.

The area is also holiday home to billionaires Richard Branson and Google co-founder Larry Page.

However, the role is only open to couples and is offering a whopping £160,000-salary per year.

Mr Ralph Dunn added: "It would suit people who are adventurous and someone who has a good idea of luxury from working on yachts or ultra-high-net-worth households.

"We've had applications from candidates we represent but the reason we're trying to reach out is that a lot of people in private service roles don't have the media side to them.

"If I wasn't sitting at this end of the table I would have applied myself."

The couple would only need to offer suggestions to the general managers and engineers already in charge of constructing the facilities.

George plans to select a couple before Christmas to have time to apply for visas and kick-start their influencer "dream" job by next year.

Applicants need to submit a TikTok video to be reviewed by the owner's media team.

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It comes as an idyllic holiday island with 300 days of sun is offering parties and free rent to anyone who chooses to live there.

A village in Sardinia, Italy, is inviting remote workers to make the move to the picturesque island as part of a new initiative.

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