Scotland's most far off island grade school - with only three understudies - is looking for another head instructor.
Reasonable Isle, which is somewhere between Orkney and Shetland, is renowned for its knitwear and bird observatory.
It is only three miles in length (4.8km) and one-and-a-half miles wide, is home to 60 individuals, and just got a solid 24-hour-a-day power supply in 2018.
Headteacher Ruth Heavy has worked at the school for a very long time, yet is because of step down in October.
Shetland Islands Gathering said the post - with a compensation of £56,787 each year - was an extraordinary chance, with applications being in by Sunday night.
Mrs Heavy said the island - which highlighted in the BBC's Reasonable Isle: Celebrating good times narrative series - is an extraordinary spot to live and work, however encouraged potential candidates for the work to painstakingly think about the items of common sense of moving there.
* The isle where each grown-up is currently inoculated
* The far off island where jumpers are consistently in design
She said: "It's a serious diverse kind of everyday routine to experiencing in different spots. We are exceptionally climate subordinate.
"Planes and boats are regularly dropped and that can affect on school trips. You must be versatile and adaptable living here.
"I've been hanging around for a very long time and we've a great deal of youngsters through the school - we've had essential one to essential seven, each age and stage in the class simultaneously. The youngsters gain from one another."
The current understudies are nine-year-old Freyja, six-year-old Luca, and Ander, who is three.
Freyja said: "There are relatively few youngsters so you can will do bunches of various things.
"Furthermore, we develop heaps of vegetables to have with our school suppers."
Eileen Thomson, the mother of Luca and Ander, said the island was fortunate to have such a decent school and it was fundamental that it figured out how to draw in the correct individual to proceed with the work done by Mrs Heavy.
The withdrawing head educator said a significant test was setting up the youngsters for optional school, when they need to leave Reasonable Isle and go to load up at the secondary school in Lerwick in Shetland.
She said: "It's a major move from them and they just return each third end of the week and occasions.
"So a ton within recent memory is spent on school outings to get them used to being in Lerwick and used to the Anderson Secondary School lodging where they will proceed to live."
Shetland Islands Gathering said whoever replaces Mrs Heavy would have a special, once in a blue moon chance.
Robin Calder, its chief supervisor for quality improvement, said: "This is a huge chance for a head educator, or hopeful head instructor, to join the dynamic local area of Reasonable Isle and keep on taking the school forward.
"It offers an awesome open door for any educationalist to create both expertly and by and by."