Dedicated royal watchers, it’s time to brush up your resume!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Prince Harry, are in need of a senior communications officer, according to an official job listing.
The position is a temporary, but it involves daily management of “news flow to the media, communicating with audiences via traditional, digital and social media.”
The royals are looking for someone to take the "lead on communications plans and the delivery of engagements and overseas tours." Applicants must have extensive experience in the field and the “ability to handle sensitive information with tact and discretion” is a must.
Sound like your cup of tea? There’s less than a week left to apply as the post closes on Oct. 26.
The vacancy is the latest opportunity to work with the popular royal trio. Over the summer, the duchess and the two princes sought a senior communications officer for the Royal Foundation, which handles charity projects.
Duchess Kate also lost her private secretary, Rebecca Deacon, who had stepped down after working for the former Kate Middleton for five years and the royal family five years before that.
The job listing does not state how long the position would last, but it undoubtedly will involve handling a lot of sensitive material involving Duchess Kate, who is expecting her third child in April. She only recently has resumed her public engagements after spending more than a month suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, a rare pregnancy complication she also experienced with her two previous pregnancies.