The Royal family holds the most exquisite and supreme Palace in the United Kingdom. It is in the air that the royal household will be getting a major refurbishment in more ways than one. The renovation of the Royal Palace was announced right in the middle of news of Prince Harry and Meghan Markel stepping down from the royal duties.
Queen Victoria announced to spend a tremendous $479 million for renovations on Buckingham Palace. To do that, she is looking to hire an extremely talented planner to take on the imperial venture.
Understandably, as it is the reestablishment of one of the most famous and regal places, the expected candidate must possess exceptional skills to execute it with ideal expertise and experience of the restoration of historic buildings and extraordinary communication skills coupled with pro digital understanding to take upon the task.
The role demands to provide a bridge between Program management, out workers, and specialists involved in this project. This job will benefit the planner in many extraordinary ways. It would provide new arenas to grow, create, and diversify. This project will give him daily inspiration for future work as it will be a chief contribution to making an iconic building.
Working for the royal family means getting a royal salary and exclusive benefits. The new planner will be joining the team for an annual salary of $49,400, expected to work for 37.5 hours weekly for five days a week.
Areas under overhaul
The complete renovation of the giant venture will take around a full decade. The project will cover 775 rooms, one wing at a time. So the Queen can carry on with her events on a usual basis.
There are many celebrations planned in the coming year, mainly the Annual Trooping and Color Parade. Moreover, the Queen has also offered that the wedding reception for Princess Beatrice can be held in the Palace.
It’s the first time since 1950s that the Palace will be going under this large scale renovation. Hence, the renewal will be taken as a priority, and the very essential matters like plumbing, heating, and electrical cables, will be taken into prime consideration, including the decaying front of the Palace.
According to the resources, there have been more than 200 submissions of interested applicants. The process of submissions is only open until February 11, so all the willing applicants, HURRY…!