An ultra rich family is offering upto $120,000 a year for a couple to take care of their private island in the Bahamas.

If you wish to live the island life but don’t have the money for it – this opportunity could be for you. Calling wander lusters to work out of a private island in the Bahamas (and Naples, Florida) is this ultra-wealthy family that is offering $120k (to a lucky couple) to manage their homes in the luxe locales.

The family is searching for an ‘experienced domestic couple to become long-term team members to help manage and care for their homes.’ The hired pair will enjoy the perks of full employment, including accommodation, health care, and dental benefits, and a car provided for work duties.

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Their core duties will include caring for a large country estate in Florida consisting of three houses, nine bathrooms, and a Bahamas estate consisting of four houses with four bedrooms in each home. Occasionally, the pair will also be required to run errands like picking up guests from the airport.

Regularly, the couple is expected to split the chores, including deep cleaning of the household, making beds, cleaning bathrooms, and all house areas. They will also be in charge of laundry, ironing, and ensuring the properties are presentable and cared for.

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Their work hours will span Monday-Friday, from 8 am-5 pm, with occasional weekends that will be considered overtime. The ‘once in a lifetime opportunity is currently listed by high-end domestic recruiter Polo & Tweed and is open for candidates with a valid driver’s license and the legal right to work in the U.S. Care to apply for it?

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[Via: Metro]

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