The Queen is looking for a social media manager to work for her at Buckingham Palace on £30k a year

WITH the help of Harry and Meghan, the royal family’s social media presence is bigger than ever.

And now you could be in charge of the Queen’s Instagram posts and tweets as she is looking for a new Digital Communications Officer.

The job has been posted on the Royal Household’s website with the successful candidate looking at a salary of £30,000 a year depending on their experience.

Based at Buckingham Palace the Monday-Friday role will also allow the social media manager a generous 33 days paid holiday.

The “fast paced” role involves creating content for social media platforms, the newly launched website as well as researching and writing feature articles.

The job description adds that the role is: “Knowing your content will be viewed by millions.

“It's finding new ways to maintain The Queen's presence in the public eye and on the world stage.”

It continues: “Whether you're covering a state visit, award ceremony or Royal engagement, you'll make sure our digital channels consistently spark interest and reach a range of audiences.

“With an eye to the future, you'll help hone and shape our digital communications through analytics, monitoring and exploring new technologies.”

The desired candidate will be educated to a degree level and have experience of managing websites “preferably in a high profile environment.”

The palace is also looking for someone with an “innovative and creative flair”, a “flexible approach” as well as being a “natural communicator.”

Photography and writing skills are also desirable attributes.

The closing date is May 26, so hurry; you’ve only got ten days to get your applications in!

In other royal news we told you how Prince Harry shouted “I hate you” at Prince Charles for making Princess Diana cry, a royal author has claimed.

And Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have "scaled down" staff at Frogmore Cottage and just rely on "indispensable" gran Doria Ragland.

Plus royal baby Archie will help change Meghan Markle's "difficult" image, a brand expert has claimed.

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