You’re totally into social media, have an eye for all things digital and happen to live in the United Kingdom––you’re in luck! The Royal Household (a.k.a. the royal family) is hiring a “digital communications officer” and here’s what you need to know.
If you haven’t already noticed, the Royals seem to favor social media as a primary source to share their special news. From Instagram to Twitter those royal announcements need to come from somewhere, or rather from someone. And as you could probably imagine, the Queen, Meghan Markle and the rest of the royals aren’t posting pics themselves.
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The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh were today introduced to the newborn son of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Windsor Castle. The Duchess’s mother, Ms Doria Ragland was also present. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted to announce that they have named their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. 📸 Chris Allerton/@sussexroyal
So how can you become the official digital communications officer of the royal family? To start with, you need to live in England. Sorry, there’s no work from home/telecommute option for this job.
The job, which pays £30,000 (which is just over $38,000 U.S. dollars), is a Monday through Friday, 37.5 hours a week gig. Along with maintaining the Queen’s social media presence, the person who scores this prime role will also help to manage the daily digital news flow and research/write feature articles for the royal website.
If you’re social media savvy, in a highly professional way, and live across the pond, get hopping. The job application window only goes through May 26.
Featured photo: The Royal Family via Instagram