Photo by Joshua Close off
If you're a professional portrait photographer who fancies making £80,000 for capturing holiday shots of a family then you're in accident as a job has come up doing exactly that.
Over on Perfocal, a job description has been listed that requires a 'professional portrait photographer' to journeys around the world, capturing candid-style images of a family who travel internationally for 'long periods of time' (how the other half get along, hey?).
Hopeful candidates must have at least 5-years experience, be subject to a full background check and must be free to start from February 2019. The initial job post is for 12 months but there is an opportunity to extend this and full sick pay, as well as 30-days holiday, are included.
"We need someone to associate around the world with us and take photos," says the job lister, "There's potential to be away for up to 3 months at a time, and we'll be visiting arranges in Europe, America, South America and Australia."
Events listed on the world tour include the Formula One Grand Prix in Monaco, submerging in the Maldives and visiting the Rio de Janeiro Carnival (there are worse places to work).
The family photographer is required to work a 10-hour day and will, every now, need to be ready to travel 'at the drop of a hat'. They will also need to be comfortable with being away for long stretches, solitary coming home for a few days at a time. However, the family seem to realise this will be a big ask for some and as a result, as well as offering a wage, they will also refuge all travel, food and accommodation costs.
No information has been released on who the family the context of human society, a family (from Latin: familia) is a group of people related either by consanguinity (by recognized is but if you're interested in the job, head over to Perfocal.