Fancy Working At Windsor Maybe in Time For The Royal Wedding?

Do you fancy scoring a part-time gig working at Windsor Castle as a Castle Attendant?

According to the job description online this position is a dream job for royal fans:

It’s the collaboration and the community spirit. And it’s helping to deliver extraordinary service in incredible surroundings. This is what makes working for the Royal Household so different.

The Master of the Household’s Department handles everything involved in the official and private entertaining across all the Royal residences.

Joining our small and dedicated Castle Attendants team, you’ll play an important role in making sure everything goes to plan behind the scenes.

You’ll be the first point of contact for guests and deliveries at Windsor Castle and St George’s Chapel. From accepting packages to escorting visitors, you’ll help to maintain the smooth daily operations of the Castle.

Whether you’re setting up for a department meeting or arranging the staterooms for thousands of visitors, you’ll be supporting the wider Castle Attendant team to provide an effortless service, ensuring everything is perfectly in place.

You’ll also make sure that every item is in place and presented to its very best, moving furniture and carpets along with the extraordinary works of art and priceless antiques.

Assisting the wider team with the official and private entertaining, you’ll be inspired and supported to deliver to exceptional standards in all that you do.

There is a slim chance it would be in time for Harry and Meghan’s wedding as the closing date for applications is 10 April. And with the number of applicants, this will likely receive, the vetting process and so on, the newest member of the Royal Household might not be working by 19 May.

But one can dream can’t they?

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