I’m not actually qualified for this position, having only a tiny bit of PR work experience, but I still want to apply on the off-chance I’d get an interview. No, it’s not the job for me, but I’m really, really curious. Funnily enough, I saw this posted in The Guardian, which is a lefty, anti-royal newspaper. (You want royalists? Read The Times.)
What do you think? Anybody out there want to give this a whirl?
The Households of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and HRH Prince Henry of Wales
The post holder will work closely with a Press Secretary and Assistant Press Secretary to help convey, via the media, a wider and better understanding of the work and activities of
TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and HRH Prince Henry of Wales.
This includes: responding to enquiries from the media; drafting press notices, announcements and briefing notes; managing the media at visits and events; responding to interview and invitation bids; and undertaking reconnaissance trips prior to visits. The role will also have a particular focus on developing digital media output.
The successful candidate will be educated to degree level (or equivalent), have experience within a press or PR office and have the proven ability to handle headline news stories.
The role will involve regular attendance at royal events and visits in the UK and, possibly, overseas.