The Queen is hiring a social media manager



The queen is hiring.

Her majesty needs a social media manager at Buckingham Palace for 30,000 pounds one is hiring.

The our Majesty is looking for someone with a creative flair and there are perks, fire the cannons and chucks away, her major is hiring, because behind every great woman monarch is a huge retinue of worker bees who keep the whole royal operation afloat.

Queen Elizabeth's staff include liveryman, butlers, grooms, secretaries, art handlers and the top dog: the keeper of the Privy Purse.

Now the royal household are on the hunt for a new member, this time a digital communications officer.

So first things first, what's the salary like?

Well it's not too bad and there are a few perks too.

Having been shared under the Royal households website the successful candidate could expect to earn 30,000 pounds a year depending on experience.

You would also receive a generous 33 days paid holiday and be based at Buckingham Palace from Monday to Friday.

The royal family are increasingly using social media to share and communicate with their public and the queen is not getting left behind in this digital revolution.

In fact, it's even rumored, she has a private Facebook page but good luck trying to find it, we couldn't.

The job ad points out it's finding new ways to maintain the Queen's presence in the public eye and on the world stage.

Whether you're covering a state visit award, ceremony or royal engagement, you'll make sure our digital channels consistently spark interest and reach a range of audiences.

With a knight of the future you'll help hone and shape our digital communications through analytics monitoring and exploring new technologies.

Are you the ideal candidate?

The royal household out looking for someone whose degree educated and has experience of website management.

You'll have an innovative and creative flair to a flexible approach in top-notch communication skills.

The closing date is the 26th of May so dust off the CV and polish off you cover letter of a letter.