Cambridge scientists are hoping to find the wreck of polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton's doomed ship that sank more than a century ago.
It may be mid-winter in the East of England but try working in temperatures that can dip to minus 50.
The British Antarctic Survey based in Cambridge is looking for tradespeople to work at its research stations in the South Pole.
For the more adventurous the prospect of working in the Antarctic could be the experience of a lifetime.
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In 1915 Sir Ernest Shackleton tried and failed to reach the South Pole. 100 years on a group from Cambridge hope to finish his journey.
Exhibition tells the story of Sir Ernest Shackleton's mission to "bring every man home"
A project by the Cambridge-based British Antarctic Survey to drill down to a lake beneath the ice has been abandoned for this season.