TODAY | June 24, 2012
>>> well, itch you're looking for a change of careers, maybe something a bit more majestic or royal, well, listen to what duncan is going to tell us. if you don't mind moving across the pond, there's a pretty good job available.
>> reporter: there's a "help wanted" sign hanging at buckingham palace . the queen of england is looking for a new household manager, and what a house it is. the grandest address in london, the headquarters of the british monarchy . from state banquets to garden parties , this job is all about hospitality.
>> we're very fortunate at buckingham palace to do a range of the most extraordinary events. that's very exhilarating.
>> reporter: not for mention stressful. every glass needs polishing, the silverware takes three weeks. and make sure you get those distances right, because the boss has an eye for detail.
>> always, always check the dining room table, always check the seating.
>> reporter: whoever gets the job will be working here at buckingham palace and windsor castle . they'll have a budget of $3 million because this is one of the most important jobs in the royal household . like having company around the house? you'd better. you'll be in charge of organizing state dinners with guests, including the obamas.
>> the united states remains our most important ally.
>> reporter: and royalty from around the world. not to mention the other 50,000 visitors a year.
>> i think the most important skill for a royal servant to have is to be able to keep a cool head. you can't be intimidated by some of the people you're serving.
>> reporter: but while the queen's standards are high, she is kind and caring.
>> quite honestly, i can safely say she's one of the best employers i've ever had.
>> reporter: and if that doesn't tempt applicants, there's always the paycheck, a cool $80,000 a year.