Free lunch, 33 days of vacation and the chance to have your work "viewed by millions" -- including royalty -- are among the perks of a new job opening.
Queen Elizabeth's private secretary office is searching for a head of digital engagement, i.e. someone to make the royal family's presence known online and on social media.
"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," reads the job listing posted on the royal household's official website.
The job is a typical nearly 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday schedule. It pays about $60,000 per year, depending on experience, according to the listing.
The 93-year-old monarch's private secretary office is based in Buckingham Palace, where this job is based, too.
The palace says in the job listing it is looking for a candidate who can work in a "fast-paced and deadline driven environment."
"Innovative and with creative flair, you'll have exemplary and compelling writing and editorial skills, and expertise in designing digital content for different audience groups, purposes and format," the listing reads. "A natural communicator, influential and with a genuine user focus, you'll liaise with a broad spectrum of stakeholders on a daily basis and will drive change through collaboration."
Updates on Queen Elizabeth and the royal family are shared online via a Royal Family Twitter account with 4.1 million followers and an Instagram account with 6.9 million followers.
Her Majesty was presented with each Ambassador’s Letters of Credence, to mark the beginning of their new diplomatic positions.
The Queen also held an audience with Mr Yasumasa Nagamine, Ambassador from Japan, and his wife, Mrs Nagamine. pic.twitter.com/nN1568uBpy— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) December 12, 2019
Many of the queen's children and grandchildren, including Prince William and Kate and Prince Harry and Meghan, also have social media accounts on their own or through their households.
Queen Elizabeth made headlines in March when she published her first Instagram post while on a visit to London's Science Museum. Buckingham Palace tweeted a photo of the queen publishing the post at the museum's Smith Centre, which she opened during her visit.
Today, The Queen has published her first @instagram post on The Royal Family's Instagram channel, to celebrate a visit to the @sciencemuseum— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 7, 2019
Take a look here https://t.co/fwQKuMiH4H pic.twitter.com/EozHCjqalx
She sent her first tweet during a visit to the Science Museum in 2014 and sent her first email decades earlier, in 1976, according to Buckingham Palace.