The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are looking for a new addition to their staff. The royal trio is hiring a senior communications officer, according to an on their website.
The job entails managing "the daily news flow to the media, communicating with audiences via traditional, digital and social media," the listing states. Looks like it's time to get familiar with Kensington Palace's official and accounts (if you don't follow them religiously already).
The role also involves "the delivery of engagements and overseas tours," drafting press releases, giving press briefings, handling media inquiries, and conducting research for "special projects." The position is temporary, but the schedule is full time, at 37.5 hours-per-week.
The royals are looking for someone with extensive experience in "communications, marketing or media." They also want someone who can "make decisions, using integrity and judgment whilst exercising caution" and "handle sensitive information with tact and discretion at all times." The job vacancy is only open until October 26.
The royal family has posted a few job openings within the past year. For example, the Royal Household was for Buckingham Palace, Prince Charles was , and William, Kate, and Harry for the Royal Foundation. Middleton, whose private secretary after 10 years of service, also for the role.