DukeAndDuchess Kate, William, and Prince Harry are ostensibly the most rational royals ever — and you could state they’d make for tolerable supervisors.
Kensington Palace has posted a job listing for a senior interchanges officer to do the online networking for them on a maternity cover contract.
In particular, the part will involve conveying every day news and updates to the media, and speaking with groups of onlookers by means of customary, advanced, and web-based social networking.
The successful candidate will “lead communications plans and the delivery of engagements and overseas tours,” according to the post. They will also be in charge of writing press releases and giving press briefings.
They’ll be required to work a typical 37.5 hour-week, but will also handle out-of-hour media enquiries.
While the salary is unknown, a Digital Communications Officer vacancy was advertised on the Queen’s website earlier this year for £30,000 per year, while in 2016 the Royal Household was hunting for a Social Media Specialist for £50,000 per year.
In order to apply, applicants must have “extensive experience within communications, marketing, or media, with a relevant degree or equivalent qualification. The ability to make decisions, using integrity and judgment whilst exercising caution is also an essential requisite for the job, as is the ability to handle sensitive information with tact and discretion at all times.”
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