Αν σκέφτεστε να κάνετε μια στροφή στην καριέρα σας ίσως η βασίλισσα Ελισάβετ να έχει την επαγγελματική ευκαιρία που ψάχνατε.

Μπορεί δημοσίευμα της βρετανικής εφημερίδας «The Sun»,  σύμφωνα με το οποίο η βασίλισσα Ελισάβετ ετοιμάζεται να παραιτηθεί ανοίγοντας το έδαφος για την διαδοχή της από τον πρίγκιπα Κάρολο, να κάνει τον γύρω του Διαδικτύου, ωστόσο οι ανάγκες της βρετανικής βασιλικής οικογένειας δεν σταματούν στιγμή.

 

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Her Majesty The Queen has opened a new session of Parliament this morning. This is the 65th occasion on which Her Majesty has opened Parliament – every year of her reign except 1959 and 1963 (whilst pregnant). In 📷 2, The Queen, accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh, is pictured in 1958, the first time in history the State Opening was televised. The State Opening unites the three elements of legislature – the House of Lords, the House of Commons and The Queen – together as the Crown in Parliament. Today The Queen travelled to The Palace of Westminster in the Horse-drawn Diamond Jubilee State Coach and the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment provided a Sovereign’s Escort. Her Majesty is dressed in “Royal Robes” and is seated at the Throne, accompanied by The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. The Queen officially opened Parliament by addressing the House of Commons and House of Lords, in The Queen's Speech. The Speech is not drafted by The Queen, but by the Government, outlining policies and proposed future legislation. #QueensSpeech #StateOpening @household_cavalry @clarencehouse 📷 PA Images

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This evening, The Queen presented Sir David Attenborough and the BBC Studios Natural History Unit with The annual Chatham House Prize. Together Sir David and the Natural History Unit were praised for the impact that Blue Planet II had on tackling ocean plastic pollution. The Chatham House Prize is an annual honour awarded to an individual or group deemed to have made the most significant contribution to the improvement of international relations in the previous year. Tonight, Her Majesty presented the award to Sir David and Julian Hector, Head of BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit at Chatham House. In a speech The Queen said: “Sir David, this award recognises your many talents and one can’t help but feel that, for those of us of a certain generation, we can take great pleasure in proving age is no barrier to being a positive influence.”

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Today, The Queen visited The Royal Philatelic Society in London to open a new building on its 150th Anniversary. Philately is the study of stamps and postal history and other related items. The society aims to promote the science and practice of the study of stamps, as well as maintain collections of stamps. The Queen met young philatelists, architects of the new building, administration staff and supporters of the society. Her Majesty also saw displays of various different stamps and books. In this archive image The Queen visited the Society 50 years ago and viewed its collection. King George V’s personal stamp collection forms the foundation of what is today The Royal Philately Collection. You can also take part on our quiz by clicking on our Instagram story. ⬆️

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Earlier this week, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, @clarencehouse, visited the Bay of Islands and attended a formal welcome, called a Pōwhiri, at @waitangitreatygrounds. The Waitangi Treaty is regarded as New Zealand’s founding document, and enshrines the relationship between Māori and the Crown. Following the ceremony, Their Royal Highnesses looked around Waitangi Museum and met guests from the Maori community. Later, The Prince met young entrepreneurs who are developing environmentally sustainable start-ups through @princes_trust_nz’s Enterprise Programme, while The Duchess visited Kerikeri Primary School to meet children participating in the ‘Garden to Table’ programme. The initiative encourages children to grow their own vegetables in the garden and make recipes in the kitchen from the food they have grown. To end the day, The Prince visited the local fire station in Paihia, which was established in 1965. Fire and Emergency NZ relies on 11,000 volunteers to help keep communities safe. . 📸 Press Association / @clarencehouse

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Μια θέση εργασίας κοντά στην βασιλική οικογένεια της Βρετανίας ακούγεται άκρως δελεαστική. Ειδικά όταν ο μισθός της αγγίζει τα 109.000 δολάρια το χρόνο.

Τι ακριβώς χρειάζεται προκειμένου να εργαστείτε στο πλευρό της βασίλισσας Ελισάβετ;  Να διευθύνετε το γραφείο που είναι υπεύθυνο για τα βασιλικά ταξίδια.

Όλα τα μέλη της οικογένειας χρειάζεται να ταξιδεύουν ανά τακτά χρονικά διαστήματα σε διάφορα μέρη στον πλανήτη.

Αυτό, λοιπόν, θέλει κάποια οργάνωση την οποία αναλαμβάνει μια ολόκληρη ομάδα. Αυτή την ομάδα θα διευθύνει ο άνθρωπος που θα έχει όλα τα προσόντα που ψάχνει το Μπάκιγχαμ και η αναζήτησή του ξεκίνησε μέσω του LinkedIn.

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This week, The Queen has attended several engagements. On Monday Her Majesty officially opened a new session of Parliament at the Palace of Westminster. On Tuesday, she attended a service to mark the 750th year of the consecration of Westminster Abbey and on Thursday she held a reception at Buckingham Palace celebrating the work of The Queen’s Trust following its closure earlier this year. The Trust’s daughter charity, The Queen's Commonwealth Trust will continue the legacy of the Trust’s work going forward. Throughout the week Her Majesty has held several Audiences including the weekly meeting with the Prime Minister. The Queen also received in Audience the Ambassador from the Republic of Liberia, Her Excellency Mrs. Gurly Gibson, His Excellency Mr. Mohamed Abdalla Idris Mohamed, Ambassador from the Republic of Sudan and His Excellency the Right Reverend David Vunagi upon his appointment as Governor-General of Solomon Islands. Watch our Royal Round-up of The Queen’s week to find out more 📹⬆️

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Today, The Queen visited the Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI) village to celebrate the charity’s centenary year. The charity supports Armed Forces personnel and veterans, and their families, as well as people who have been long-term unemployed. During the visit in Kent Her Majesty opened the new Appleton Lodge care facility and visited the Centenary Village housing project. The lodge provides care for residents as well as local people in the area. She also met RBLI Village’s eldest resident, 99-year old WWII veteran John Riggs, and his family. Finally, The Queen visited the RBLI Centenary Village, to see the completed first phase of the development, which includes specially-adapted apartments for wounded former military personnel. And she buried a time capsule which included a personal message congratulating the charity on their Centenary. For more on today visit our website via the link in our bio! 📸 Press Association / Royal Communications

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The Duke of Sussex has visited a partially cleared minefield in Dirico, Angola; following in the footsteps of his late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales. The Duke joined @thehalotrust in their work to help clear the area to enable safe access for the local community. His Royal Highness set off a controlled explosion to destroy a landmine. The Duke learnt about the work of The Halo Trust and their goal to clear this particular area of land mines by October 2019. In 1997, Diana, Princess of Wales visited Huambo to bring global attention to the threat of landmines and the people whose lives were being destroyed. The area is now transformed. A small community, with colleges, schools and businesses occupies the once uninhabitable area. His Royal Highness has been a strong advocate for eliminating the threat posed by landmines to some of the most vulnerable people around the world and continues the work undertaken by his mother. In April 2017, The Duke launched the Landmine Free 2025 campaign with @thehalotrust and @minesadvisorygroup #royalvisitangola

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Χρειάζεται να ξέρει από χρηματοοικονομική διαχείριση, να έχει διοικητικές και ηγετικές ικανότητες, να είναι καλός στη διαχείριση κρίσεων αλλά να έχει και επικοινωνιακές και διαπραγματευτικές δεξιότητες.

Στη συγκεκριμένη θέση οι εργάσιμες ώρες θα είναι 37,5 την εβδομάδα και η βάση θα είναι στο Λονδίνο.

Σίγουρα βέβαια θα υπάρχουν ταξίδια τόσο στην Αγγλία όσο και εκτός. Η τελική ημερομηνία για τους υποψήφιους είναι στις 20 Δεκεμβρίου.