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Buckingham Palace Is Hiring & You Just Need To Know How To Use PowerPoint

There's a pretty hefty salary, too!💰🤑
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Buckingham Palace Is Hiring Right Now & You Just Need To Know How To Use PowerPoint

If you’ve been dreaming of a unique job opportunity like no other, how about a role inside Buckingham Palace?

Right now, the British Royal Family are hiring a “Service Desk Analyst,” who will work in the palace’s Privy Purse and Treasurer’s Office.

While the job certainly sounds pretty fancy, you don’t actually need a whole lot of experience to apply.

In fact, as long as you’re “digitally fluent” and are familiar with programs like Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Outlook, you’re totally eligible to go for it!

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The job itself involves providing support to network, software and hardware users across multiple different locations.

This means being the “first point of contact” for I.T. questions and queries, as well as making “a positive impact on the day to day running of the organisation.”

In addition to being good with technology, you’ll also need to be a strong communicator, organized and proactive, according to the job description.

It’s a permanent role and they’re offering £22,000 per year for 37.5 hours per week.

That’s over $38,000 CAD!

It’s open to British citizens, as well as those with a legal right to work in the U.K. 

With British working visa options available to eligible Canadians, tea with the Queen could be just around the corner!

Service Desk Analyst

Salary: £22,000.00

Company: Privy Purse and Treasurer’s Office (Buckingham Palace)

Why You Should Apply: It's an exciting opportunity to expand and develop your skills in a totally unique environment. Plus, you'd be able to tell your friends you work in Buckingham Palace. It doesn't get much cooler than that, eh?!

Apply Here

    Helena Hanson
    Trending Editor
    Helena Hanson is a Senior Editor for Narcity Canada's Trending Desk focused on major news. She previously lived in Ottawa, but is now based in the U.K.
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