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The Queen is looking for a new trainee butler

The Queen is looking for a new trainee butler and is willing to pay them a salary of £18,850 a year.

On the job description posted on The Royal Family’s website, the applicant must provide ‘world class service’ and have the ability ‘to communicate with all kinds of people.

Anybody within the European Union can apply for the job, as long as they can speak exceptional English.

The successful applicant will receive world-class butler training and will earn an ‘accredited butlering qualification’ when the contract comes to an end.

The advert reads: “You’ll take care of guests from welcome to goodbye. And you’ll learn how to deliver functions of all scales, from official lunches to state banquets.

“But it’s the extensive back-of-house preparation that ensures success. The basics need to be right. And so you’ll learn all the specialist professional skills needed to make sure presentation and delivery is always perfect.

“The learning curve will be steep, but we’ll be with you every step of the way. And in an environment where development and training is commonplace, you’ll grow your skills far beyond your immediate role. And, after initial training, you’ll be supported to achieve an accredited Butlering qualification too.”

There are many benefits that come with the job, including 33 days paid holiday. There is also access to a pension scheme.

No previous experience is required, and applications close at the end of April. Click here to apply.

  • UF

    A pension scheme? On 18,550 pounds yearly? HM is almost 91 yrs old. This is unlikely to be a long-term position. Nice outfits though. Can they keep them, I wonder? I’ll be right over, Ma’am

    • PennieP.

      Chas and his Bride are taking CVs for an Assistant for Scotland Affairs. In other words : an EVENT PLANNER. I don’t
      know what he pays, but he should be around a little longer, one should hope.
      Oh! Maybe the position automatically transfers over to the Next in Line? Huuum… I wonder?

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