The Queen is hiring for Buckingham Palace – and you even receive accommodation in the grounds.
Are you one of those people who always kept wondering “what it would be like to live at Buckingham Palace”? Adding to it, are you good at cooking?
If yes, then this might be the job for you! The Queen is hiring a kitchen porter to join the Royal Household. We repeat, the Queen is looking for a kitchen porter who will be there to assist the kitchen team to prepare and serve food.
They will also require to keep the kitchen and clean-up areas clean and tidy. This once in a lifetime job will offer nearly £20k per annum. Adding to it will be offered like live-in accommodations and all meals provided – sounds good to us!
Also read: Queen Elizabeth’s Favourite Food Is THIS Heavenly Sweet Treat.
Would you like to live in the palace?
Experience is not mandatory for the role. The most appropriate and deserving candidate will be given training, but it would be ideal for anyone who would like to build a career in hospitality.
The role they are asking for “a natural team player, happy to get involved, use initiative and work with your colleagues to achieve a smooth daily service”.
The full-time role also asks for a good understanding of food hygiene and safety and offers 33 days of holiday and a 15 per cent employer contribution pension scheme.
Former royal chef Darren McGrady has previously opened up about what it was like working at Buckingham Palace. Read the article below to read his interview.
Also read: The Queen’s Breakfast Routine Is Way Less Fancy Than We Expected
On this occasion, he added by saying: “Cooking at Buckingham Palace was amazing. It was everything I expected it to be. They have the most amazing produce, the best quality food, the best ingredients to work with.
Just little things like picking up the phone and calling Harrods and asking for a rack of lamb with a two-inch eye of meat and six bones – you got everything you wanted.”
He also revealed some of Her Majesty’s favourite treats! He said: “The royal chefs send a whole cake up to Her Majesty every day for tea. She will sometimes take a slice and then it is never seen at the royal table again.
The chocolate biscuit cake is the only cake that goes up to the royal table every day until it has all gone – sometimes this means it following her to Windsor Castle for the weekend.”