King Charles III is advertising for £40,000 gardens manager at palace

Revealed: King Charles III is advertising for £40,000 gardens manager at Buckingham Palace

  • King Charles is advertising for a gardens manager at Buckingham Palace
  • He is looking for someone ‘passionate about plants’ to work 39 hours a week
  • The successful candidate will care for ‘the gardens that thousands will admire’

King Charles is advertising for a £40,000-a-year gardens manager at Buckingham Palace. 

The monarch, who is known for talking to his plants, is looking for someone ‘passionate about plants’ to work at the palace for 39 hours a week.

The advert on the royal website says: ‘As Gardens Manager, you’ll be responsible for the maintenance and presentation of the Buckingham Palace Gardens to an exceptional standard. 

‘You’ll take pride in watching thousands of people enjoying them at garden parties.’

It describes the role as caring for ‘the gardens that thousands will admire’, while working for the ‘world famous institution’.

The monarch, who is known for talking to his plants, is looking for someone ‘passionate about plants’ to work at the palace for 39 hours a week

The role, with a salary up to £40,000,  includes lawn maintenance and the caring for shrub, herbaceous and rose borders.

Applicants have also been told that they will be ‘instrumental in shaping the future’ of the royal gardens.

‘With a commitment to horticulture, you’ll be focused on delivering on our projects to conserve and enhance our gardens rich biodiversity,’ the advert reads.

‘If you’re as passionate about plants as you are about people then this role will inspire you to deliver.’ 

King Charles is advertising for a £40,000-a-year gardens manager at Buckingham Palace. File image

Meanwhile a £38,000-a-year gardens and nursery manager with a ‘passion for plants and people’ is wanted at Windsor Castle.

‘As Gardens Manager, you’ll be responsible for the maintenance and presentation of Windsor Castle gardens and grounds and the management of an operational nursery,’ the advert reads.

The job includes caring for the Moat Garden and a historic collection of both indoor and outdoor plants and commercial crops for production at the Windsor Farm Shop.

‘With a commitment to horticulture, you’ll be focused on delivering our Garden Conservation Plans as well as leading on new, specialist projects to conserve and enhance our gardens rich biodiversity,’ the advert concludes.

Both jobs have a deadline for applications of November 3. 

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