King Charles is promoting for a £40 000-a-year (about R8.4 million) gardens supervisor.
Based mostly at Buckingham Palace, the position is 39 hours every week and the proper candidate should be “enthusiastic about crops”, in response to an advert revealed by the Mail On-line on Monday night time.
The advert on the royal web site says: “As gardens supervisor, you’ll be answerable for the upkeep and presentation of the Buckingham Palace Gardens to an distinctive commonplace.
“You’ll take delight in watching 1000’s of individuals having fun with them at backyard events.”
The supervisor will take care of gardens that “1000’s will admire” and affords the prospect to work for a “world-famous establishment”.
Candidates have additionally been instructed they are going to be “instrumental” in “shaping the long run” of the royal gardens, with the position additionally involving garden upkeep and the caring for shrub, herbaceous and rose borders.
A £38 000-a-year gardens and nursery supervisor can also be being recruited for Windsor Fortress, with the identical November 3 time limit for functions.
An advert for the position says: “As gardens supervisor, you’ll be answerable for the upkeep and presentation of Windsor Fortress gardens and grounds and the administration of an operational nursery… with a dedication to horticulture, you’ll be centered on delivering our Backyard Conservation Plans in addition to main on new, specialist tasks to preserve and improve our gardens wealthy biodiversity.”
The adverts comply with stories Charles desires a slimmed-down coronation as a part of his plan to supply Britain a “worth for cash” monarchy.