The Queen is hiring a cleaner and you’ll get paid £20k to LIVE in Windsor Castle

IF you’re a fan of Mrs Hinch and love nothing more than cleaning your house, then the perfect job has just opened up for you. 

The Queen is looking for an apprentice cleaner for Windsor Castle – and you’ll get to live at the royal residence too. 

The job advert explained you don’t need experience, or an English or Maths qualification, as they’re looking for a “commitment to learning new skills” and a “willingness to tackle new challenges”. 

The Level 2 Housekeeping Apprenticeship will see the candidate learn on the job, supported by a mentor and a 13-month learning programme, before joining the permanent team to deliver “exceptional standards”. 

You could be based at the sprawling Windsor Castle, which has around 1,000 rooms and 484,000 square feet, or at the Queen’s London home, Buckingham Palace. 

The housekeeper will also get to travel to other royal homes for around three months of the year. 

And if you decide to live at the royal residence where you’re based, meals will be provided and travel expenses included – although your salary will be adjusted. 

The job ad states you’ll need to manage the “upkeep, clean and care” of lavish interiors and priceless items, ensuring they’re “presented to their very best”. 

It added: “You’ll gain specialist technical skills that will form the foundations of your housekeeping career, as well as providing you with an understanding of the wider hospitality profession.

“Above all, you’ll be keen to take every opportunity to gain experience and build on your learning to become a housekeeping expert.”

Ideally the Queen is looking for someone who’s well organised with good time management skills, pays attention to detail, enjoys working with others and is able to meet deadlines.

The lucky applicant will be paid £19,140 a year, and enjoy a generous package of 33 days holiday. 

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