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The Queen Is Hiring a New Personal Assistant

  • If you dream job is working for the royal family, get your resume ready because the Queen is hiring.
    • The royal household posted a new opening on LinkedIn for a personal assistant to join the private secretary's office at Buckingham Palace.
      • The job will include lots of travel and will pay £35,000 a year.

        If you wish you could spend lots of time up close and personal with the royal family, your dream job just opened up. The Queen is looking for a new personal assistant to join the private secretary's office at Buckingham Palace—and the job sounds pretty amazing.

        According to the job post on LinkedIn, here's what the new personal assistant gig entails:

        "As part of the Central support team in the Private Secretary’s Office, you'll take on a role of unique variety. Providing comprehensive support to a Senior Manager, you'll prioritise and manage multiple requests, coordinate diaries, meetings and appointments, oversee efficient inbox management, minute-taking and draft correspondence.
        You'll have exposure across the organisation, liaising daily at a senior level and building relationships with colleagues and external organisations.
        You'll also assist with the efficient coordination of Government duty, liaising with stakeholders in the UK, Realms and Commonwealth to draft letters and other material.
        It's a fast paced and high profile environment, and you'll have responsibility from day one. Yet you'll rise to the challenge and will be proud of the part you play."

        What does a globetrotting, royal dream job like that pay, you ask? £35,000 a year. Not too shabby for a literal dream job.

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