- Queen Elizabeth II is looking for someone to help refurbish the Buckingham Palace
- The contract type of the job will be permanent with a tempting salary of £38,000 (N17,850,264.40)
- Some of the benefits of the job include a 15% pension scheme and access to recreational facilities
If you’re in need of a big job, do not worry anymore as the Queen has put out a vacancy. She is looking for someone that could help renovate the Buckingham Palace.
The job will come with an annual salary of £38,000 (N17,850,264.40). So, if construction work is your thing, you may want to try your luck on this one.
The UK Sun reports that the job was posted on LinkedIn and the person chosen will be working in the Buckingham Palace Reservicing Programme department.
The contract type of job is permanent and you do not have to bother about your job being over so soon.
It should be noted, however, that the pay is very dependent on experience and the salary will also be coming with some undisclosed benefits.
You will be asked to work 37.5 hours every week. You are also eligible for a 15% employer contribution pension scheme with good access to a big range of recreational facilities.
The reason for this call is that the palace, according to the LinkedIn post, is undergoing a-10-year renovation work to give it a facelift.
The qualified applicant is also required to have a good organization, and excellent written and verbal communication skills.
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