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The queen is said to be on the lookout for someone that traveling is if they don’t drive too fast around her, the lush plantations, and a Land Rover.
That’s right: the Buckingham Palace is on the search for a new executive director of royal travel to help you plan, negotiate, and facilitate travel to “the members of the royal family, and their families,” according to a recent job listing posted to the centre from the official website.
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“As the Director of Royal Travel, you will have the overall responsibility for the organisation of the trips, and the monitoring of the activities of The Queen’s Helicopter Flight, and the use of the planned train services, and the Royal Train,” the list reads. “You will also need to liaise with the relevant authorities, for the purpose of providing advice and recommendations on travel, taking into account health, safety and environmental issues.”
In the list, add to this the fact that the managing director of royal travel, will be accompanied with a “small team” to the Royal family of travel agents, who are also in charge of the queen’s “helicopter” flight of the Royal Air Force station to the south of the uk.
In some instances, the director of royal travel, will also need to ensure a substantiated opinion ‘ of the travel business, as per the posting.
In the list, add to this the fact that the managing Director of Royal Travel, will be accompanied with a “small team” to the Royal family of travel agents, who are also in charge of the queen’s “helicopter” flight of the Royal Air Force station to the south of the uk.
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The position itself is based in London, at Buckingham Palace.
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The right candidate will have a background in operations, finance, and management, as well as strong verbal and written communication skills “proven leadership and management skills, and at the very least, a “good working knowledge” of safety and security in the airline industry, among other qualities.
For a fee, of the position of more than 85,000 pounds, or about $110,000 per year.
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Buckingham Palace is accepting applications through Dec. 20, at the beginning of fudging your resume / cv today.