The Queen is looking for someone to trawl through years of Royal Family secrets in a new job vacancy at Windsor castle.
This job will see someone help the family with looking through material to gather information for the Royal Archives and the Royal Collection.
In this role, the employee will be key in helping the Royal Family in their goal of bringing their history into the digital age, making it more accessible in the future.
The vacancy is listed as a Digitisation Technician and will grant the individual access to the Royal Family archives in order to make the information digitalised.
The job advert reads: "Joining our team of experts, your challenge will be to digitise material held by the Royal Archives and the Royal Collection, producing valuable content for high profile public access.
"You'll capture and produce high-quality images of documentary items, before transferring them to permanent storage."
It also adds: "Every day your work will allow a broader audience to engage with items from the Royal Archives and the Royal Collection."
The vacancy will pay a salary of £24,000 and will see the person contracted to work a 37.5 hour week with 33 days of holiday, inclusive of Bank Holidays, as well as a contribution pension scheme.
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However, as well as getting to see royal secrets, the job will not be easy with the vacancy revealing strict deadlines that will "stretch you".
An ideal candidate for the role should also have previous experience of an archival role, as well as capturing and producing high-quality images.
The deadline for anyone thinking of applying is January 7 next year with the role looking to start in February.
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Other opportunities to work for Her Majesty include a £70,000 position as head of fire, health and safety at Buckingham Palace and £19,500 plus 15% employer contribution pension scheme for a gardener at Windsor Castle.
Earlier in the year, the Queen also had vacancies for someone to run her Instagram account and a letter writer.
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