The Duke and Duchess are hiring! Prince William and Kate Middleton are seeking a Senior Communications Officer who can ‘handle sensitive information with tact and discretion’
- Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are hiring senior communications officer
- Role involves leading on communication plans for their royal engagements
- It also includes supporting on the delivery and communication of projects
- The position based at Kensington Palace, working 37.5 hours a week
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are hiring a new senior communications officer, an advert on the Royal Households website shows.
Based at Kensington Palace, the new team member will be in involved in leading communications plans for the couple’s royal engagements and supporting the delivery and communication of projects.
According to the ad posted to LinkedIn, Prince William and Kate Middleton require a candidate who can ‘handle sensitive information with tact and discretion at all times’.
The successful candidate will also respond to media enquiries about the Cambridge family, as well as working on communication plans for overseas tours.
Although there’s no detail on salary for the coveted job, the ad states that ‘excellent interpersonal skills’ and the ability to work ‘proactively and flexibly’ are required.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are hiring a senior communications officer in a role based at Kensington Palace, working 37.5 hours a week
It is a permanent position based at Kensington Palace, working 37.5 hours a week as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
The role involves creating and delivering communications activity connecting the work of The Duke and Duchess with their audience outside of the palace and assisting as necessary with special media events relating to The Royal Family.
The advertisement states that The Royal Household is looking for someone with strong written communication skills, who can write across a variety of styles from press releases to social media content.
The candidate should also be able to think creatively and come up with new and innovative ways to communicate activity as well as having good project management skills.
The role involves leading on communication plans for their royal engagements and supporting on the delivery and communication of projects
It comes as the Duke and Duchess prepare to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary later this week.
Thursday will mark 10 years since Kate Middleton married into the royal family at Westminster Abbey, watched by millions across the globe.
It is a crucial time for the couple as they step up to support the Queen following the death of her husband Prince Philip earlier this month after 73 years of marriage.
Royal biographer Phil Dampier told FEMAIL last week that the Duchess shares Her Majesty’s ‘tolerance and pragmatism’ and is ‘maturing rapidly’ as her 10th wedding anniversary approaches.
He said that following the Duke of Edinburgh’s death, Kate is set to take on more responsibility within the firm.
He said: ‘She has picked up many of the Queen’s qualities of tolerance and pragmatism, not overreacting to situations but trying to decide what is best in the long run.
‘Like the Queen she doesn’t hold grudges or seek revenge.’
He added: ‘Kate realises that the Queen needs her and William more than ever and she will do all she can to support her.’