A job in one of the most quiet bars in Scotland is up for grabs.
St Kilda is the UK’s most remote outpost and home to only a handful of people.
Applicants are currently being sought for the position of bar steward for the archipelago, 100 miles west of the mainland in the Atlantic Ocean.
As well as the usual bar duties, the steward of the Puff Inn will have to unload the stock from a helicopter.
Even on the busiest evenings, the number of customers is limited to fewer than 20 military staff and conservationists.
A sudden rush from passing trade is something the successful candidate can be certain not to experience. As well as being extremely difficult to reach, the pub is not open to the public.
The largest island, Hirta, is home to a Ministry of Defence missile monitoring station and the bar job is being advertised online by MoD contractor QinetiQ.
The advert says: “An opportunity for a bar steward/cleaner to join our QinetiQ Hebrides, St Kilda, team.
“This is a great opportunity for a customer focused individual.”
It adds that the “ability to work under your own steam” is desirable.
The last permanent residents of St Kilda were evacuated in 1930.
It is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland, which runs conservation projects there along with the MoD and Scottish Natural Heritage.