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Our 94-year-old monarch is now looking for someone to fill the role at the private secretary's office at Buckingham Palace - and wants a highly competent PA to keep up with her action-packed schedule.
In return, the person who lands the role will receive a healthy £35,000 salary.
The role, which has been advertised on LinkedIn, requires the candidate to "prioritise and manage multiple requests, coordinate diaries, meetings and appointments, oversee efficient inbox management, minute-taking and draft correspondence."
The PA will also have to hit the ground running in a "fast-paced and high profile environment", and will have to assume responsibility from "day one."
And those who are most likely to advance in their applications will have "superb interpersonal and communication skills, and will be at ease working as part of a team, and liaising with people at all levels."
Good judgement, sensitivity and willingness to help others is also required to land the role.
The role is ideal for those who love to travel, with the Queen the most-travelled monarch in history, having previously visited over 110 countries across six continents.
But it won't all be globe-trotting with our top royal, with duties also including assisting "with the efficient coordination of Government duty."
The fixed-term contract begins in January 2021 and will last two years.
If this is a role you're desperate to throw your hat into the ring for, then you best get applying sooner rather than later, as applications close on Friday 4th December.
In other regal news, Kate Middleton has provided a fascinating insight into the Royal family's texting habits.
In her latest Instagram video for Early Years, the Duchess of Cambridge flashed her phone towards the camera, showing a quick glimpse of her most-used emojis - with the cucumber emoji and the pineapple emoji making an appearance.
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