THE QUEEN is on the hunt for an “exceptional” new housekeeper to oversee the upkeep of Buckingham Palace as well as other royal residences.
The successful candidate even has the opportunity to live at the famous address, although there will be a salary adjustment.
The role is being advertised on the Royal Household website which offers a “competitive salary plus benefits.”
The permanent position offers a range of “catering and recreational facilities”, and states that you will be based at either Buckingham Palace in Windsor Castle.
The job is described as a “pathway in hospitality that will develop your housekeeping skills and expertise.
“Joining our professional team, you'll upkeep, clean and care for a wide range of interiors and items, ensuring they're presented to their very best.”
The candidate will also need to aim for the “highest standards” in an environment where they can “grow their skills.”
While previous experience is preferable, it is not necessary the palace is more interested in those with a “positive approach.”
Describing the ideal candidate, the palace says: “Well organised and with good time management skills, you can meet deadlines and work efficiently to get jobs done.
“Above all, you'll be eager to learn new skills and develop a hospitality career.”
Applications close on September 15, and interviews will be held on October 2.
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