Queen in need of correspondence officer

Her Majesty is in need of correspondence officer.

In an age where email and instant messages are an every norm, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II still maintains it’s best to communicate via snail mail. And with hundreds of thousands of snail mails pouring into Her Majesty’s mail box every year, there’s no wonder when she needs a correspondence officer to handle all these. The applicant needs to have the  “ability to read and digest a large number of letters in a short space of time.”


The job specification “deals with most of the general public correspondence addressed to the Queen,” given that the “office deals with a high volume of mail, all of which requires sensitive handling and thoughtful replies.”

The applicant must possess “the ability to read and digest a large number of letters in a short space of time”, and “remain calm under pressure whilst maintaining constant and close attention to detail.”
For £20,000 a year, responding on Her Majesty’s behalf is more than an honor.

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