This is a good news for those with experience on watches. Queen Elizabeth II is looking for somebody that will look after her 1,000 clocks. The horological conservator rolewas advertised on the head of state’s official website and said applicants needed to be ‘experienced at working with hand and machine tools,’ according tothe Daily Mirror.
Watch experience is a must and be knowledgeable in troubleshooting and repairs of the watches.
The busiest period during the year for the person that nabs the £31,200-a-year job will undoubtedly be when the clocks change by one hour in March and October.
Some of the perks involve being based at Buckingham Palace and also getting to work inside Windsor Castle and Sandringham.
‘The post-holder will be required to travel to all royal residences,’ the job description said.
The person that gets hired will be dealing with a number of different timepieces, including pocket watches and turret clocks.
So, what are you waiting for? Apply now, who knows.