Have you ever sought a royally rewarding job? A new ad on LinkedIn is seeking the ultimate organizer to keep up Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cambridge’s busy work schedule
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New jobs can bring great challenges with equally rewarding aspects – but have you ever thought about having a royally rewarding job?
An exciting new role means you can work directly with Prince Charles and Camilla to help them organize their extremely busy schedules.
The London-based candidate will work as part of The Household, supporting the Queen’s official and charitable work – from charity events to guest appearances.
The royals are looking for the ideal organizer to keep their busy diary, daily activities and workload going.
The successful candidate will act with the new fancy title: Diary Manager for The Household of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
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The candidate has an important duty to keep track of all official invitations and ensure they are not double booked.
“Principal duties will ensure knowledge transfer, appropriate delegation of responsibilities and tasks for both current and future diary portfolios, and provide professional support in all work areas within the Equerry’s Office and the broader household,” the description reads.
“The Diary Manager will work with The Equerry to conduct a weekly coordination review to ensure accuracy and consistency at all times.”
The full-time position will be based in the historic and magnificent St James’s Palace, working 37.5 hours per week.
However, despite the exciting opportunity, you are unlikely to be speaking to the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall about the Platinum Jubilee plans as the application deadline is Sunday 5 June.
If you think you are a suitable candidate for the job, you could potentially earn between £35,000 and £36,000 a year.
Applicants are expected to have “relevant work experience” with a busy schedule, the ability to work under tight deadlines, the ability to manage concurrent tasks, draft correspondence and manage large volumes of paperwork confidently and discreetly.
According to the job posting, successful candidates will have “excellent IT and keyboard skills, organizational skills and a proven ability to plan ahead, and the confidence to work with a wide range of people.”
“Applicants should have knowledge of diversity issues and the diversity of communities in the UK, Commonwealth and globally.
“The Diary Manager should have an interest in the work of TRH, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, a keen attention to detail and a proven ability to work calmly under pressure.”
The household is keen on attracting the “very best talent” and promoting diversity in the workplace.
The post states: “We want to attract, employ and reward the very best talent, regardless of gender, race, ethnic or national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation or age.”
“We enable our employees to contribute their maximum potential and we draw strength from our diversity.”
“Our recruitment process allows us to recruit from the broadest pool available with a fair, open and accessible approach.”
If you think you are a suitable candidate, you can apply for the position here.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/prince-charles-camilla-looking-someone-27048261 Prince Charles and Camilla are looking for someone to organize their diary - with a salary of £36,000