Britain's Queen Elizabeth is looking to hire a digital communications officer to "find new ways to maintain her image in the public eye and the world stage," according to a job listing put out by Buckingham Palace.
Describing the royal communications staff as a "fast-paced and dynamic team," the job's challenge "is to manage and oversee the daily news flow on digital and social networking platforms, as well as play a key part in some of the digital projects."
The DOC will create content for social networking and digital platforms, including the Palace's new website. The successful candidate will be up-to-speed on measurement/analytics and keep tabs on emerging technologies.
While the gig pays $40K, the biggest reward may be high-profile reaction to the work, which is shared around the world, says the notice.
The Queen wants a "natural communicator with a genuine user focus" who possesses a "creative flair."
The 37.5 hour-per-week gig comes with a comprehensive benefits package, 33 days of annual leave and free lunch.
Applications are due May 26.