Queen hiring new cleaner at Buckingham Palace – for as little as £11,300-a-year

The Queen is hunting for a new royal cleaner to keep Buckingham Palace spick and span, but for as little £11,300-a-year.

The job description says that, although experience isn't mandatory, applicants will be expected to "have a keen eye for detail" and "deliver the exceptional".

The role will cover all days of the week and can be part-time (20 hours each week) or full-time (40 hours each week). There will also be evening hours involved.

Successful applicants will be paid £10.86-an-hour, meaning that you would earn £11,300-a-year in the part-time role and £22,600 full-time, reports the Mirror.

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

"Learning from your colleagues, you'll gain the specialist professional skills needed, always aiming for the highest standards.

"And on occasion you'll support functions and events too.

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

It goes on to say: "Some previous cleaning or hospitality experience would be an advantage.

"But most important is that you have a keen eye for detail and can be relied on to deliver to the highest standard.

"Highly efficient and proactive, and with good time management skills, you'll be able to prioritise and manage a busy daily workload.

"And with a positive and flexible approach to work, you'll be happy to get involved in a range of duties, supporting the wider team.

"Above all, you will be eager to learn and develop your skills.

"This is your opportunity to use your enthusiasm and passion to deliver the exceptional."

The closing date is next Wednesday, so any budding cleaners who want to work at Buckingham Palace should act fast.

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