Think you’ve got what it takes to be the Queen’s travel agent?
Well, you might just be in luck because Buckingham Palace is on the hunt for a director of royal travel.
The palace posted the job on its website with a starting salary of £85,000 ($163,588AUD) per year full-time and said the role was critical to ensuring the Royal Household “operates and purchases safe, efficient, cost-effective and appropriate travel services”.
“As Director of Royal Travel, you will have overall responsibility for organising air travel and overseeing the operations of The Queen’s Helicopter Flight and usage of scheduled train services and the Royal Train,” the job posting reads.
“You will also liaise with the relevant authorities to provide advice and recommendations on travel, taking into account security, safety and environmental considerations.”
The palace is seeking someone with experience in financial management and travel operations with a strong safety focus alongside leadership, negotiating skills, conflict resolution and good communication skills.
Applications close on December 20 so better get started if you want to be in with a chance!