Queen Elizabeth is looking for a social media specialist, will provide free lunch

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II meets students and staff at Trinity College Dublin, Tuesday May 17, 2011. (AP Photo/Tony Maxwell, pool) PIC: MAXWELLS DUBLIN - IRISH GOVERNMENT POOL PICTURE

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II meets students and staff at Trinity College Dublin, Tuesday May 17, 2011. (AP Photo/Tony Maxwell, pool) PIC: MAXWELLS DUBLIN – IRISH GOVERNMENT POOL PICTURE

The British Monarchy is offering $71,600 in U.S. dollars (£50,000) to manage the Queen’s social media presence.

The official job title is “Head of Digital Engagement,” and would be a permanent position based in Buckingham Palace, according to the job description. The queen needs an experienced digital communicator, who has managed social media for high profile organizations.

“You’ll be confident using a range of content management systems, social media platforms and analytics tools,” the description reads. “A solid understanding of the technical aspects of digital platforms and channels is desirable, as well as an understanding of html and experience of improving the usability of digital products.”

The position offers 33 paid days off, as well as bank holidays and free lunch.

The queen also turned 90 today, and the British Monarchy Twitter account celebrated by posting a video of her point of view driving in her birthday motorcade:

As well as sharing a photo of Queen Elizabeth II and her beloved corgis.

If you want to be a part of these beautifully crafted social media messages to the world, this job is for you. The biggest reward? Having your work shared around the world, the job description says.

No word on if frequent playtime with the queen’s pups will be included.

Applications are due Sunday, April 24.


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