She wants some of that sweet political social media spotlight
Queen Elizabeth II of England is the longest-reigning monarch alive today.
Even at the age of 90, she’s still spritely, and she’s happy to get out of Buckingham Palace to associate with her countrymen and world leaders alike. But with all of that face-to-face socializing, she’s left with little time to work on her social media skills. She does feel that having Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts is going to be necessary as more and more kings, queens, and presidents take to the public forums to talk shop. So she’s posted up a job listing for a royal social media maven that can conduct her Internet interests for her, granted that they always take the high road just like Her Majesty would do.
Hear, Ye! Hear, Ye!
Queen Elizabeth II of England, today’s longest-reigning monarch, has decided that she needs to up her already uppity and distinguished game on the Internet, something she may not know a lot about because she’s 90 years old. And she hasn’t needed the World Wide Web to rule with incredible finesse and decorum for over 60 years.
Looking for Work
The Royal Household will be opening up a seat in Buckingham Palace for someone who is well-versed in the world of social media so that the Queen can maintain a competitive edge in the eyes of every social media maven out there already watching world leaders bicker about serious issues in a very public manner.
The Job Description
“The role of Royal Communications is to engage a worldwide audience with the public role and work of The Royal Family. Joining this fast paced and dynamic team, your challenge will be to manage and oversee the daily news flow on digital and social networking platforms, as well as play a key part in some of the digital projects,” reads the job description. Your work will be viewed by millions around the world, and you’ll get to hobnob with the Queen’s crew and other world royalty.
But that’s not all…