The Facebook page of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is shown on a computer screen in London November 8, 2010.
Buckingham Palace needs someone to man the Monarchy's Facebook and Twitter accountsReuters

Buckingham Palace is offering a tidy £50,000 a year for anyone who fancies taking care of the Queen's digital affairs. The British Monarchy is on the lookout for a Head of Digital Engagement, who will be responsible for handling the Royal Household's online strategy and maintaining the Monarchy's digital presence.

The Queen, who turns 90 on April 21, isn't exactly well-known for her technical savviness. Her Majesty sent her first and only tweet back in 2014 (with predictable consequences) and despite her love of corgis, there are no "Lizzie & da dogs" photo albums on Facebook. As Head of Digital Engagement, then, you'll be responsible for bringing the Monarchy onto the digital stage and keeping the world up-to-date with all the latest goings-on from Buckingham Palace.

As well as a pay packet of £45,000-£50,000 per annum depending on experience, the successful candidate will enjoy 33 days of annual leave per year and, perhaps more importantly, free lunch. The position is based in Buckingham Palace itself, which means you could be rubbing shoulders with royalty on a daily basis.

"The role of Royal Communications is to engage a worldwide audience with the public role and work of The Royal Family," reads the job listing, spotted by CNET. "Joining this fast-paced and dynamic team, your challenge will be to lead on and develop our digital communications strategy, and ensure that we make effective use of a range of digital platforms to support these aims.

"Whether you're covering a state visit, award ceremony or royal engagement, you'll make sure our digital channels consistently spark interest and reach a range of audiences."

Does that sound like something you could do? If so, you've got until 24 April to apply. Just make sure your CV is up to scratch before you do.