Queen Elizabeth II is ready for hiring a new member of her staff as the 95-year-old monarch searches for a letter writer, media agencies reported on Friday.
The basic salary of the new job will be £23,000, and applicants do have not to worry about the requirements of the job as there are no specific qualifications required for it.
Moreover, the job has fixed terms and fixed hours for 37.5 and the duration of the contract is one-year from February 2022 to February 2023.
The job will be with Her Majesty personally, so the chosen employee will work from the most prestigious office at Buckingham Palace and will carry the position of the Queen’s Assistant Correspondence Officer.
Regarding job description, it states: “Every day you will respond to letters sent by the public in answer to various and often unique queries as well as general messages of good wishes.
Applications will be received until December 5, according to the Royal Household.
The five-year-old Erin Bywater started learning about the Royal Family on the occasion of the Duke of Edinburgh’s death. The young girl wrote a very emotional letter to Queen Elizabeth II and attached it with a hand-drawn figure.
Next, Bywater received a reply from Buckingham Palace signed by the 95-year-old monarch thanking her for her sympathies.
Nicola, the young girl’s mother told Daily Mail: “The letter came as a complete surprise. She had only just started asking about who the Queen was and what she did the day before Prince Philip died, which was quite spooky.”