Buckingham Palace in London is looking for a candidate for the concierge position, especially someone who has “a positive and flexible approach to work” as well as “good time management skills”. The vacant position was posted on the Royal Household webpage, which also explains the role and salary range of the cleaner. The Royal Household has asked eligible applicants to apply for the daily concierge position by October 20, 2021.
According to the job description published by the Royal Palace, the selected candidates will work “either 20 or 40 hours per week, Monday through Sunday, including some evening and weekend shifts”. The salary will range from “£ 11,300 to £ 22,600 (depending on hours)”. The job description also pointed out that aspirants with “previous cleaning or hospitality experience would be an advantage”, but having “attention to detail” is an important quality.
British Royal Family are looking for a daily concierge with ‘time management skills’
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to serve the British Royal Family and work in the famous interiors of Buckingham Palace. “and have the chance to work at certain events and occasions too, according to the job description. Without a doubt, the nominee will need to clean and care for a wide range of objects inside the palace, ensuring that everything is presented in the “best” way. Work requires high efficiency and proactivity with an ability to manage pressure during daily workload. The description further states that the most important quality that an individual needs having is the right attitude to “learn and develop your skills”.
Interestingly, this position is one of ten other vacancies that Buckingham Palace is currently offering. The Royal Household is currently seeking a professional as a Service Center Analyst, Wing-by-Wing Officer Manager, System Analyst and Assistant Staff. In addition, the Palace of Holyroodhouse is also looking for a few candidates for the position of Marketing and Business Development Manager, who would work responsibly for “the delivery of innovative marketing campaigns for the Palace of Holyroodhouse”, and the working hours would be close to 37 hours. per week.