Here's your chance to live like a King, or Queen, AND work in a real-life palace.
An actual Queen for a boss would be enough of a thrill for some people, but with a lavish office, long hallways, hundreds of extravagantly-decorated rooms, you might want to consider one of the latest vacancies at Buckingham Palace.
A 'live-in' option means you get to make the palace your home and have all your meals included. Your parents would be so proud...
So how much does a job like this pay? Working in a royal household must see you rolling in it, right?
Not so much. This particular role is for a trainee butler and will see you earning £18,850 per annum.
It's not bad, but not exactly what you'd associate with a royal pay packet.
According to the Office for National Statistics, a Brit's average weekly earnings in 2016 was £539. That's an average annual salary of £28,028.
And when you add in the fact that London salaries are often increased to account for the cost of living in the capital, it's not looking likely you'll be splashing the cash at Harrods on your day off.
There are better paid jobs available on Get West London's job platform, Fish4Jobs !
However, there is a 'live-in' option which would mean your salary would be adjusted down accordingly. At least you wouldn't have to budget for rent and meals.
The lucky candidate will also receive a 15% employer contribution to their pension, which is pretty generous and much more than most companies offer.
What does the job entail?
- You would be working for the Master of the Household's Department, which handles everything involved in the official and private entertaining across all the Royal residences. The job is full-time, five days out of seven across Monday to Sunday.
- You'll take care of guests from welcome to goodbye. And you'll learn how to deliver functions of all scales, from official lunches to state banquets.
- You'll learn all the specialist professional skills needed to make sure presentation and delivery is always perfect.
What experience do you need?
- Previous hospitality experience would be an advantage, but the palace is "more interested in your proactive approach and ability to tackle new challenges."
- If you're at your best working in a team, being punctual and able to follow instuction, as well as being helpful and willing to lend a hand, this could be the job for you.
- You'll need to demonstrate how you pay attention to detail.
If you want to apply, you'd better act fast. Applications close at the end of this month - 11.55pm on April 30 - so start thinking why you're perfect for the role now.
If this isn't for you but you're currently looking for a job, there are plenty available on the Fish4 website .
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