This Dream Job Will Pay You $130,000 a Year to Run an Island Inn off the Coast of San Francisco
Live the island life near the big city
If you’re a firm believer that modern conveniences like Wi-Fi and cell service are overrated, happen to be on the job market, and are looking for a $130,000 annual salary, we’ve got an opportunity for you.
More specifically, the East Brother Light Station, located on a small island in the middle of the San Pablo Bay off San Francisco, has an opportunity for you.
The island is home to both a lighthouse and a small inn that operates four days a week year-round. Its current keepers, Che Rodgers and Jillian Meeker, are moving on from their roles and are actively seeking their replacements.
While this is most certainly a dream gig for anyone in the hospitality space, it does come with a fair amount of work. According to SF Gate, applicants must be willing and ready take on basically every role in the inn including housekeeping, bookkeeping, front desk work, and last but most certainly not least, the job of ferrying the guests to and from the island.