The British Royal Family is recruiting for the position of “transport co-ordinator”, with the warning that “the standards we set are extremely strict”.
That rigor does not include any degrees, but does require “experience in a similar role.” In addition, the candidate must hold a driver’s license for all popular modes of transport in the UK, as there will be times when “they will be required to drive any of the cars in the royal fleet”.
The successful applicant is responsible for managing the Royal Family’s chauffeur team, ensuring that members’ transportation is carried out efficiently and safely.
Described in more detail, the recruitment advertisement states that the position works under the direction of a Transport Manager, who links internal colleagues as well as external organizations such as the police, military and the Ministry of Transport. This position “will organize and communicate detailed instructions, and will be the primary contact for any issues that arise.”
People who work for the royal family are often quite secretive and do not reveal much about their work due to the nature of their profession and the constraints involved. Therefore, with just a few summary words it would be difficult to imagine the “rigorous” requirements that a transportation coordinator position needs to meet.
However, there are some people who are willing to reveal some information that is not classified as “confidential”, not necessarily coordinators, but through this we can imagine the nature of the work to some extent .
For example, Simon Morgan, founder of global security company Trojan Consultancy, who served as a royal security officer from 2006 to 2013, said you must have 10-15 years of experience to join the security force. Years of Experience. Thus, it can be inferred that the “experience” that a transportation coordinator needs will not be low.
Also, after passing the interview round, the employees will have to attend a short-term training course, “to test to see whether you have enough thinking to be a security guard. They will give you one such day. ” Fuck off and decide how you react,” Morgan revealed. Only after passing, the candidates will attend an intensive training course lasting several weeks depending on their position. If not passed, the application will be returned.
Furthermore, Morgan’s revelations show that working for the royal family is a stressful job, even one that requires you to give up some of your personal life.
However, the benefits are worth it. For example, they are often invited to “normally impossible” events, “travel by private charter car”, “travel in first class or on a super yacht”. And when they leave their jobs, people will have a dream resume, so much so that they will never have to worry about unemployment.
Morgan said, “People think that if you’re good enough for the royal family, you’re certainly good enough for them.” Town and Country Magazine,