You need to be great with cats, obviously, and it's a job suited best for someone who likes nature, tranquility, and hanging out in your own company... plus a lot of cats.
A cat rescue on a Greek island is now hiring a caretaker to look after dozens of cats.
Well, you can get paid to do both on a Greek island!
"I am looking for someone who can take over the daily running of my Greek cat sanctuary in my absence", Bowell wrote in a Facebook post on August 5.
The perks include a rent-free home, a part-time salary and, of course, a job in paradise!
"We are located in a secluded nature preserved area which is very tranquil and quiet in winter time but busy during the summer".
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Whoever moves in will be expected to live with cats in the home and spend a fair amount of time "in your own company", Bowell says.
The couple began taking in strays and working with local vets to improve the health of the village cat colony and the overall island population.
The salary is not specified, but the posting points to a link that says the average monthly salary in Greece fluctuated around €1050 euro per month (that's equal to about $1,200) between March 2017 and February 2018.
The successful applicant will have about 55 cats in their care.
Mrs Bowell added that she is looking for a "responsible, reliable, honest, practically inclined" individual with a heart of gold, and wrote that from her experience, those above 45 years of age are usually the best for the job. Apart from feeding the cats the cats will also need heaps of love and attention.
You may have to deal with non-sociable or feral cats from time to time, according to God's Little People Cat Rescue.
The job demands a minimum six-month commitment beginning in November, as well as two weeks of unpaid volunteer work to learn the ropes in October.