The Queen is looking to hire someone to travel around her royal residences... to wash her dishes.
The successful applicant will be based at Buckingham Palace but must accompany the royals on trips to Windsor, Sandringham, Balmoral and Holyroodhouse.
The General Catering Assistant (Wash Up) – as it is formally described – will earn £14,200 a year for a 40-hour week, working mainly in the Royal Household’s staff restaurant but washing royal dishes too.
The job advert on the royal website reads: “You must be willing to work away from London for up to three months of the year.”
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Candidates must be punctual, reliable and able to work as part of a team. Experience of a similar job is desirable.
The job, which includes accommodation, will be paid from the Civil List.