The Queen is looking for a new PA at Buckingham Palace who could earn £35,000

Queen Elizabeth II is looking for a new personal assistant at Buckingham Palace to help her manage her diary.

The vacancy for the role at her Private Secretary's Office was posted on LinkedIn and has received over 200 applications so far.

The new member of staff will help manage her diary, draft correspondence and manage her inbox, with a salary of up to £35,000 depending on experience.

On the job hunting website, the requirements for the role have been explained – the successful candidate should be a PA for board level individuals.

The candidate should also have extensive experience of diary management, reports Mail Online.

Further information reads the PA is expected to become an "indispensable member of the team."

The individual will also be expected to help out "with the efficient coordination of Government duty, liaising with stakeholders in the UK, Realms and Commonwealth to draft letters and other material."

The popular role is looking to take on a candidate to start in January.

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Those looking to apply should read the ideal employee description.

The advert reads: "You're a highly experienced PA used to supporting board level individuals, and you take pride in delivering work to the highest standards.

"You'll have superb interpersonal and communication skills, and will be at ease working as part of a team, and liaising with people at all levels.

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"With good judgement, sensitivity and a willingness to help others, you'll quickly become a trusted and indispensable member of the team.

"Confident using a range of IT packages, along with excellent drafting skills and attention to detail, you'll be capable of producing a range of papers, correspondence and reports.

"Having had extensive experience of diary management, you'll be capable of pre-empting situations, and also be confident to make informed decisions on the back of this. With a proactive approach, you'll work efficiently with initiative and minimal direction, remaining calm and organised even when under pressure."

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