Queen Elizabeth is hiring

Queen Elizabeth is looking for an assistant anniversaries officer.

For £21,000 a year, the 90-year-old monarch wants to hire someone to help send out messages for her, providing a “vital link between the Queen and the public”.

The job description on Royal.uk reads: “It’s sending congratulations that are never forgotten.”It’s working in a team with a shared and unique purpose, engaging with the public whilst supporting The Queen’s role.

This is what makes working for The Royal Household so exceptional.

“The Anniversaries Team helps to produce congratulatory messages that provide a vital link between The Queen and the public. You’ll prepare and send out messages that mean so much to so many people.

“Your challenge will be to remain focused whilst processing a large number of requests for messages, ensuring that the right response is delivered at exactly the right time. You’ll check eligibility for each query, and using a data entry system, you’ll be 100 per cent accurate with every congratulatory message response.

“You’ll also answer telephone queries, and liaise with various relevant parties. You’ll be proud of the number of messages you send out, which will drive you to consistently deliver high standards.”

The role is based at Buckingham Palace in London and comes with “a comprehensive benefits package, including a 15 per cent employer contribution pension scheme, 33 days annual leave, including bank holidays, free lunch and access to training and development to support your continuous professional development”.

The successful candidate with have “administration experience, high standards of accuracy within strict deadlines, great IT skills, swift keyboard skills and ideally experience of database systems”.