If you've ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in the royal household, then now is your chance. The royal family is currently looking for a Communications Assistant to help out the newly engaged couple. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a busy schedule of events over the next year, and they need someone to help them keep on track.
The job is currently listed online as a 12-month fixed-term contract that goes from April 2018 until April 2019. The person who gets this job will be responsible for working with the communications team which means that they will "organize coverage of set-piece Palace engagements including investitures and garden parties, and provide support as required for off-site engagements."
Not only that, but the person who gets this job will also work on press releases, briefing notes, and also be responsible for social media updates.
Your office is going to be a lot fancier than other people's, and the benefits actually sound pretty amazing.
While most people spend their work days in a cubicle, you will be working at Buckingham Palace. You also will be paid to travel around the UK and overseas to attend engagements with the royals.
It's obviously a very high-profile position, so reputation is an important factor in their decision. They want to make sure that the person they hire can "consistently spark interest and reach a range of audiences."
As far as benefits go, (other than getting to say you worked for the royal family) you will also receive a comprehensive benefits package that includes "33 days holiday per annum (inclusive of Bank Holidays), a 15% employer contribution pension scheme (with the option for flexibility to increase contributions or draw down as salary), and support for your continued professional development."
It pays £22,000 pro rata, which translates to about $31,000. They are looking for someone "with energy, enthusiasm and potential. Educated to degree level with a demonstrable interest in a media relations career, you possess good news sense, and keep up-to-date with current affairs and emerging communication ideas."
If this job doesn't sound right for you, there are two other positions currently available. You could be a Communications Officer, which would give you a little bit more responsibility, or you could also be a Vetting Officer and help decide who gets to join the team.