A CANADIAN company is on the hunt for true Scotsmen to work as kilted window cleaners.

The Men in Kilts window-cleaning firm has put out a job advert offering successful applicants a one-way flight from Scotland to Calgary, Alberta.

They offer a starting wage of £10 per hour and claim workers can expect to rake in an annual salary of between £22,500 to £30,500.

The online advert says would-be window cleaners should like to climb, have a full clean international driving licence, like keeping things clean, be well organised and enjoy physical work.

A two-year work permit is required for the role and the firm also advises it deals with snow clearing in the winter months on top of the usual window-cleaning duties.

Men In Kilts insist they aim to bring smiles to the world one kilt at a time and say anyone applying for a job with them should be “excited” about wearing the traditional Highland dress They added: “We are looking for hard working, enthusiastic, motivated and goal-driven leaders who recognise the importance of delivering remarkable service experiences.

“Be part of an exciting, unique brand, while providing window cleaning and exterior cleaning services to both residential and commercial clients.

“We offer long term, year-round employment, as we do snow removal in the winter months.

“Within this organisation, fun factor meets inspiration, as you work alongside a team of kilted technicians.

“Should you wish to flex your leadership abilities, you’ll be provided with opportunities for personal and professional growth.

“We have accomplished great things as a team, which sets us apart from others, and we hold true to who we are as we grow. At Men In Kilts we celebrate gumption.

“If you are awesome, dedicated and fun – please apply.”

Only those who are most qualified for the role will be contacted for interview. Men In Kilts was started in 2002 by Nicholas Brand, a Vancouver-based Scotsman.

They claim to have annual revenue of $6 million. The only thing they do not say is whether the successful job applicants wear their kilt in the traditional “Commando” manner.