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To Run Queen’s Twitter Account, Buckingham Palace Is Offering A Salary Of £30,000 A Year

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Buckingham Palace is now offering a 30,000 pounds per year for a job. The job is to run Queen Elizabeth’s personal Twitter account, having 3.24 million followers.


A job advertisement has been placed on the Queen Elizabeth’s and The Royal Family’s official website seeking a new ‘digital communications officer’ to join a highly ‘fast-paced’ and ‘dynamic’ Royal team.

The full-time Royal job will involve managing Her Majesty’s Twitter account and letting the whole world know about her work and the Royal Family’s public role. 

Tasks will also include writing some posts on Queen Elizabeth’s social media accounts. It includes Facebook and YouTube as well as documenting all the state visits, award ceremonies and the Royal engagements.

Remuneration for the job:

This Royal job comes with a ‘comprehensive benefits package’. The perks of working here include 15 percent employer contribution pension scheme as well as training and ‘personal development’.

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THE ONLINE ADVERTISEMENT READS.

“It’s knowing your content will be viewed by millions of people. It’s about finding new ways to maintain Her Majesty’s presence in the public eye and on the world stage. This is what makes working for the Royal Household exceptional by all means”.

According to the advertisement broad-cased, the right and eligible candidate must be university educated with an ‘eye to the future’ and ‘experience of managing websites’.

The candidate should also be ‘innovative and with creative flair’ and have mind-blowing photography and video making skills.
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The advertisement also read: “The reaction to our work is always high-profile, and so the reputation and impact will be at the forefront of all you do”.

Queen Elizabeth also personally tweeted on her 90th birthday in June last year.

 “I am most grateful for the many digital messages of goodwill and well wishes I have received. I would like to thank you all for your kindness”.

 


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