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The Queen Is On The Hunt For A New Cleaner At Windsor Castle

The Queen Is On The Hunt For A New Cleaner At Windsor Castle

The Queen is looking to hire a new Royal cleaner for Windsor Castle.

In the advert placed on The Royal Household website, Her Madge is now on the hunt for a part-time Daily Cleaner to maintain the vast interiors of Windsor. Applicants who fancy the gig are advised to apply online.

The opener reads: "Joining our professional team at Windsor Castle, you'll upkeep, clean and care for a wide range of interiors and items, ensuring they're presented to their very best.

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Credit: The Royal Household
Credit: The Royal Household

"In an environment where development and training is commonplace, you'll be able to grow your skills within your role."

The starting salary for the part-time role ranges from £9,700 to £14,500 a year, with all the usual employee benefits, as well as a 15 percent employer contribution pension scheme.

So if you're after getting pally with Liz and Phil or looking for a new challenge, now's the chance to apply.

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Between 20 and 30 hours are the required weeklies, during the hours of 7am and 12pm - which means you'll have your afternoons free to do as you please.

Could Windsor Castle be your new place of work? Credit: PA
Could Windsor Castle be your new place of work? Credit: PA

However, there are some stipulations when getting a gig at Windsor Castle.

Previous hospitality experience and a 'sharp eye for detail' are needed to make sure the place is kept tidy and to a high standard.

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And it appears to be a developmental role, too, asking for a 'positive and flexible approach to work,' encouraging their new employee to be 'happy to get involved in a range of duties, supporting the wider team' and to possess an eagerness 'to learn and develop your skills'.

In return, they'll offer a 'comprehensive benefits package, including 33 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays),' not to mention 'training and development, as well as a range of catering and recreational facilities'.

If you think you're up to the task, what are you waiting for? The closing date's 8 March - yep, that's tomorrow - so be quick if this one's for you.

Words: Mike Williams

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: The Queen, Jobs