Wanted: Immigration officer to check one plane a week in St Helena

Fancy getting away from all this talk about the World Cup and relocating to a remote island in the South Atlantic?

You do? Well, it just so happens the Daily Mail is reporting the island of St Helena is looking for a senior immigration officer. The £50k a year role will entail you overseeing the arrival of a plane just once a week for the island’s 4,500 population.

That may not sound a lot but you’re unlikely to be bored, as according to the job advert, the British overseas territory is a ‘sub-tropical island of spectacular and beautiful landscapes’ with a ‘warm and friendly population’. 

Tough job, but someone’s got to do it…

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