Receiving £9k for two weeks of work this close to Christmas seems pretty tempting to most people, but there is a catch to this nanny job.
When something seems too good to be true, it usually is, as is the case with this £600 a day job.
A wealthy family in the UK are looking for a full-time nanny to mind their five-year-old twins over the festive period.
The job advert says that you will be living in a castle close to Edinburgh with the family for two weeks, making the position even harder to resist.
However, you will have to give up any Christmas celebrations you had planned for yourself, or with your own family as this role requires your full 24/7 availability from December 22 to January 5.
The nanny's role would include ensuring the children are washed and dressed, and the employee would also be expected to read to the children and look after their bedtime routine.
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The position also requires to ensure the children are entertained during day trips and other activities they will be brought on with the family driver.
Applicants must also be fully vaccinated, have five years of experience as a nanny, be able to provide a clear background check and sign a non-discloser agreement.
The advert said: "The family will be spending the duration in a castle with extended family and require a nanny from 22nd Dec to 5th Jan inclusive. Nanny will be on duty 24/7 with a room adjoining the children's.
"Background check and references essential. At least 5 years of experience. Nanny will be required to sign an NDA. Transport refunded plus flat-rate salary of £9000. Nanny must be fully vaccinated."
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