The Queen Has A Job Opening As The Caretaker Of Her Horses, Salary Is $26k And Accommodation Is Included At Buckingham Palace
It's no secret that Her Majesty loves her horses and the monarch is looking for someone who loves them just as much as she does. The royal palace posted a job vacancy for a person to help in the daily care of the horses at Buckingham Palace. See if you fit the role below:
The role's name is known as "Liveried Helper" and its main responsibilities are to prepare the horse to perform on a world stage. The gig pays £21,400 ($26,380) a year plus your meals and accommodation are provided at Buckingham Palace.
On the royal household's website, the job explains that "from maintaining the stables to cleaning saddlery and harnesses, you'll help to ensure the Royal Mews is kept in the very best condition."
It also goes on to that "you’ll have the opportunity to play a part in the ceremonial events themselves, assisting the Coachmen with riding and driving the horses on the day."
The royal household says they are searching for someone who has previous experience working and taking care of horses. "A highly capable and confident rider, with willingness to acquire knowledge of driving carriages and of state harnesses is important, as is a flexible and proactive approach to work," the 'About You' portion of the jobs says.
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