They're filling positions for the next two years, with the six-month shifts ranging from September to March and March to September in each year.
It's remote. Like, really remote. There's no television or internet, according to details at The Telegraph. Contact with the mainland is very limited. You're bringing your own food (though there's a garden!), clothing, entertainment, and bedding. But if you forget something, don't worry. There's a resupply trip after three months on the island. Also, in the case of an emergency, helicopter evacuation is available.
On the upside, the caretakers are going to have a Cribs-worthy home. It's a four-bedroom 19th-century lighthouse on an island with incredible wildlife that includes penguins, fur seals, elephant seals, silver gulls, sooty oystercatchers, and the endangered petrel.
Ready to go where few have gone before? You can apply here. Couples that want to take the plunge together should note that both individuals need to apply. The deadline is Jan. 30.