The British royal household is looking to hire a communications assistant to serve a one-year term beginning in April.
According to the LinkedIn post, the Westminster-based royal communications team strives to promote the “work, role, relevance and value of the Royal Family to a worldwide audience.”
The Buckingham Palace job includes coverage of “set-piece palace engagements including investitures and garden parties” and support for off-site engagements.
The communications assistant will produce content for a variety of social media platforms, including feature articles, social media updates, and media briefing notes.
The royal communications team warns that “reaction to our work is always high-profile, and so reputation and impact will be at the forefront of all that you do.”
The compensation package includes 33 holiday days per-year and 15 percent employer contribution to a pension scheme.
Applicants for the position are invited to “become part of something remarkable.” That’s because royal household jobs “provide invaluable support to The Queen and Royal Family, enabling them to fulfill their duties and serve the nation. And, working in magnificent and historic surroundings, they’re inspired to deliver to a higher standard.”
Also, the work environment is "unexpectedly business-minded and refreshingly down-to-earth."