King Charles and Camilla hiring seven new people – the salary is well over the UK average | Royal | News

Anyone looking for a new chapter in their career may find themselves tempted by one of seven new roles being advertised by King Charles and Queen Camilla. The new vacancies listed on the Royal Household website are for the King’s residence of Buckingham Palace, in central London.

The highest-paid listed role, for a full-time operations and moves manager will pay £46,000 per annum which is well above the UK national average at £35,464.

The Royal Household states this job is about „moving the whole household forward“ and the project involves managing a relocation operation alongside reservicing work.  

The lowest-paid listed role is for a part-time fire and access officer at a salary of £28,719, pro-rata. The successful applicant will provide 24/7 fire surveillance service and support all aspects of fire safety across the entire London estate.

Other available job listings include a staff coordinator, a pastry sous chef, kitchen porter, a sous chef, and chef de partie. Those who are interested will need to hurry to send in your application because the closing dates for some of the vacancies are this month.

Like any job application, people will need to submit details about themselves, including their skillsets. The Royal Household may also ask some role-specific questions, especially for those applying to one of the customer service or hospitality roles.

In order to apply for a vacancy, the interested applicant will either be a British citizen or you will have already obtained the legal right to work in the UK.

Everyone who works for the Royal Household is security cleared. So, if successful, a vetting process will take place.

There are five main departments within the Royal Household who work together to make sure the aims and objectives of the organisation are achieved.

The departments are, the Private Secretary’s Office, the Privy Purse and Treasurer’s Office, the Master of the Household’s Department, the Lord Chamberlain’s Office and the Royal Collection Trust.

King Charles and Queen Camilla recently held a Creative Industries Garden party at Buckingham Palace on May 15. The King was joined by a star-studded lime up as a series of celebrities descended onto the grounds for a very special garden party.

Celebrities such as Maya Jama, Bradley Walsh, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Tess Daly were in attendance and the King and Queen Camilla eagerly greeted their 4,000 guests.

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