Attention world: a job as a nanny is available where you're required to travel internationally three times a week, drive luxury cars, and eat amazing food.

Sound like a dream job? It certainly has the makings of one—and yes, the job posting is real.

The family has four homeschooled kids, all between the ages of 2 to 15. With homes in Atlanta, Barbados, London, and Cape Town, you'd certainly get your fill of world travel. The family prefers that the nanny-to-be eats with the children at each meal, which would be prepared by a Michelin-star chef. Enjoying delectable cuisine courtesy of a cooking master? Why, don't mind if we do. To top things off, you're welcome to choose between their Porsche, Maserati, and Range Rover when taking the kids to appointments.

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A dream come true for experienced nannies, travel addicts, and luxury lovers—if you're willing to put in some serious work.

According to the job posting, the nanny will be expected to work from 7 am to 8 pm, six days a week. Yep, that's 13 hours, folks—with one day off. Even the parent gives a fair warning about the challenging nature of the opportunity:

“I feel it is best to be upfront – the role is demanding. Our children are home-schooled and require constant attention and supervision.”

The chosen nanny will be paid £100,000 per year—roughly $130,00 in US dollars, but you'll have to work for it. So, unless you're up for a challenge, you might want to count yourself out. Oh, and you'll have to meet some qualifications, too—and they are no joke.

Have at least 15 years of experience as a nanny, a degree in child psychology, and no children of your own? Consider yourself a prime candidate. Otherwise, just pretend that you never read this, or get to pursuing the requirements for the next elite nannying job. The job posting makes it clear that they won't even consider if you don't meet these qualifications.

So, if you're a hardcore nanny and ready to get your travel, luxury driving, and world-class grub on, apply ASAP.

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