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Now that Meghan Markle has nabbed Prince Harry, we’ve resigned ourselves to the fact that we’ll probably never be princesses. Sad times.
But don’t worry, because we may have found the second best thing.
Our eagle eyes have spotted a LinkedIn advertisement for a role with the Royal Family – Digital Officer at The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Want to know if it’s for you? The description reads: ‘Short term, this role will be split between Heads Together and United for Wildlife, with the main focus being on Heads Together in the lead up to the London Marathon in April.
‘Long term and on a permanent basis, this role will be split equally between Coach Core and United for Wildlife, to support the day-to-day management of Coach Core and United for Wildlife’s digital channels including social media, websites and email including all aspects of the development, implementation, delivery and reporting of digital communications.’
Heads Together is a high-profile mental health initiative spearheaded by the foundation.
The Coach Core apprenticeship scheme gives young people aged 16-24 the chance to become the next generation of coaches, while United for Wildlife brings together the world’s leading wildlife charities to ‘create a global movement for change’.
Skills required include ‘experience working in a fast paced, online focused organisation and environment’ and ‘strong and demonstrable social media campaign experience’.
If you’re interested, you can check out the full advert here. It’s already had almost 300 views since it was posted five days ago, so we reckon the competition will be pretty fierce.
But with Meghan and Harry’s wedding coming up in May and Kate Middleton and Prince William’s third child due in April, it’s a very exciting time for the royals.
So we reckon it’s worth going for. Good luck!