The British crown do not want to lose popularity and he knows that for this it is necessary to be present in the social networks. The Queen isabel II He has always shown that he knows how to adapt to all times and this same year, in March, he premiered in Instagram with his first publication in this social network.
Now, the royal house look for a 'community manager' to manage their social networks. The offer appears on its website as 'official digital communications' to "find new ways to maintain the presence of the queen in the public eye and on the world stage."
£ 30,000 per year for the candidate who achieves the position
Candidates will receive around 30 thousand pounds per year -according to experience- for a working day of 37.5 hours per week, from Monday to Friday. It will "connect a global audience to the public role and work of the members of the royal family" and ensure that "digital channels generate a constant interest and reach a wide range of audiences".
In return, they offer a job of "global impact" of "high profile" and "reputation", in addition to other benefits such as a pension plan, 33 days of vacation, free lunch and continuing education to stay at the forefront of the sector.
The royal family, as well as its members, are present in both Facebook, like in Twitter and Instagram and add millions of followers in all of them. In fact, a week ago, the dukes of Sussex used their Instagram account to announce the sex of their first child.