Dreams do come true! If you have ever dreamt of being there in a royal palace, experiencing royalty to the hilt, here is a golden chance to grab. How about working and living in the world famous Buckingham Palace in London? Yes, you heard it right! Queen Elizabeth is seeking a full-time housekeeping assistant to clean the dishes and other royal items from paintings to majestic paintings, carpets, and furniture. The roles also include taking care of their guests and their needs, help in preparing the meals and also work for the special events. And this is an extraordinary job wherein the employee will get a chance to work, eat and stay at the incredible Buckingham Palace. That itself feels like an achievement, isn’t it? Just imagine what an experience it would be!
It is a full-time job but for sure far better than many other jobs in this world. Every day one would look forward to work and working itself will become an adventure. Serving the royal family, getting acquainted with their lifestyle, knowing what they eat, watching them closely on a daily basis, sometimes even interacting with them and all is an exciting experience. According to the application, the employee needs to work 5 days a week and for sure the salary will be handsome and many more benefits. Accommodation will also be given to the employee. What more can an employee ask for!
And this is an extraordinary job wherein the employee will get a chance to work, eat and stay at the incredible Buckingham Palace
The housekeeping assistant might also get a chance to travel to the other royal residences of the royal family and work there. That adds all the more kicks to the job. Of course, it’s a challenging role to take care of the needs of the royal family to their satisfaction. But even if you are not well-versed with this challenging role, there is nothing to worry. The position also promises on-job training and all you need is an attitude to take an initiative, to be a team player, organised and have good communication skills. Well according to the application a “good understanding of food hygiene and safety” is a bonus point for the applicants.
After hearing this great news, surely you must have imagined yourself in that role for once. And many of you must have unconsciously experienced a thought racing through your mind “This job is far better and rewarding than the job I am doing right now”. No wonder it can give kicks to anyone! Go try your luck!