Buckingham Palace seeks to hire a head of digital engagement – someone to "keep the queen's presence in the public eye and on the world stage."
In a job posting on LinkedIn, Royal Household has applied for work with the promise that "its content will be seen by millions".
Masters of the digital world are encouraged to apply. Just get these resumes soon, because the listing closes on December 24th.
"It's about never standing still and finding new ways to keep the queen's presence in the public eye and on the world stage," the publication says. "That's what makes work for the Royal House exceptional."
The head of digital engagement will be responsible for leading a team in creating the royal family's public profile on all social media platforms.
In the spring, the palace announced a similarly catching post, the Digital Communication Officer.
While the posts said I work would pay a salary "around £ 30,000 ($ 38,000) dependent on experience", the Head of Digital Engagement will earn from 45,000 to 50,000 ($ 60,000 and $ 65,000).
Oh, and the new job list says you'll get free lunch too, which is absolutely something to consider.
Buckingham does not play when it comes to the reputation of royalty, and it will be his job to make sure no hair is out of place.
"The reaction to our work is always top notch, so reputation and impact will be at the forefront of everything you do," says the job description. "And sharing your work around the world will be the biggest reward.
Who should apply
Go ahead and fill out an application if you have a lot of experience managing and editing social media, websites and other digital platforms.
You will need to be able to make big strategic decisions and meet a tight deadline all the time, ensuring that the royal family looks their best.
Don't expect to show up on the first day and post some pictures of Buckingham Palace. The right person for this position will bring a real finish to every part of your work.
"Innovative and creative, you'll have compelling and exemplary editorial and writing skills, and experience designing digital content for different audience groups, purposes, and formats."
The royal family is also accepting requests from Royal Travel Director, Building Conservation Manager and Cleaning Assistant, among other things.