Dream job that could lead to a Damehood? David Beckham’s got his application in already. The Queen is currently on the hunt for a Digital Communications Officer to manage her Twitter account and it could be you… that’s if you comply with a few core principles and key qualities of the Right Royal Household, of course.
1. ‘It’s knowing your content will be viewed by millions’
Looks like reign. https://t.co/l4NlbI2rjx
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) December 16, 2016
Hope Charles sees this.
2. ‘It’s finding new ways to maintain The Queen’s presence in the public eye and on the world stage’
Buying a new rug. “Good price, good price”. pic.twitter.com/HN16bB1qME
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) 27 January 2017
Queen goes Debenhams.
3. ‘It’s working on a fast paced and dynamic team’
You know what rhymes with Friday? Gin. #GinOClock
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) 16 December 2016
*Must like Gin.
4. ‘It’s making sure the digital channels consistently spark interest and reach a range of audiences’
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) 9 January 2017
I am the Queen of the people.
5. ‘It’s knowing that reputation and impact will be at the forefront of all you do’
Well bugger one, DFS are having a Christmas sale. #unusual
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) 25 December 2016
Queen of Grammar.
6. ‘You’ll need good photography skills’
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) 29 January 2017
Just call me James Corden cause I’m breaking America Great Britain again.
7. ‘You’ll be a natural communicator with a genuine user focus’
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) 7 February 2017
Oooooooooooooh Queen slay.
Seriously though, you can look forward to a comprehensive benefits package, including a 15% employer contribution pension scheme (after 6 months), 33 days annual leave, including bank holidays, and access to training and development to support your continuous professional development. 30k for the chance to tell the world the Queen is not amused? We’ve already got our applications in…
Always reigning. https://t.co/l4NlbI2rjx
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) 9 December 2016
And don’t you forget it.