Queen Elizabeth Is Hiring A Trainee Butler For The Royal House!
These days, there are many people looking for work. If you are looking for something a little different, perhaps you need to be speaking to the Queen. She is hiring. Her Majesty is looking for new trainee butler who will at her call 24 hours a day.
It might be an interesting experience for the pay for this position is only £18,850 per annum. The queen expects the applicant to have the ability to “communicate with all kinds of people” and demands “world class service”. I am sure the queen would expect nothing less. Although they need to have a perfect command of the English language, it is not essential that they be from the UK, they position is available to people from the entire European Union.
As a reward for their successful effort, the person that manages to lend the position and makes it through the trainee programme, they will receive an “accredited butlering qualification,” 33 days paid holiday as well as membership of the pension scheme. In the advert for the position, the ad states:
‘You’ll provide a hospitality service to an extraordinary level, both front-of-house and behind-the-scenes.
‘You’ll take care of guests from welcome to goodbye. And you’ll learn how to deliver functions of all scales, from official lunches to state banquets.
‘The learning curve will be steep, but we’ll be with you every step of the way.
‘And in an environment where development and training is commonplace, you’ll grow your skills far beyond your immediate role.’
No need to have already been a butler, they say that experience is not essential. “Previous hospitality experience is not essential, but you will need to be committed to developing a career in the industry. “It’ll be hard work and there will be a lot to learn, but you’ll be supported every step of the way. You’ll therefore need a proactive approach, a desire to learn and eagerness to tackle new challenges.
“You’ll have outstanding team working and time management skills, and you’ll understand the need for these in delivering an overall smooth and efficient service.” Better get your CV up-to-date as applications close at the end of April.