If you've always liked the idea of working for the Queen, and happen to be skilled in soft furnishings, this could be the ideal job for you.
is hiring someone to make cushions and curtains in and it's likely the successful candidate will be kept busy.
The full-time position pays £22,000, about $27,582, a year and involves looking after 1,000 rooms in the three palaces. As to be expected when working for , "extensive experience" and "outstanding" practical skills are both essential.
According to the advert, the Curtain Maker and Soft Furnishing Upholsterer will "maintain the presentation and functionality of these unique environments" and will "consistently aim for the highest standards."
As well as managing soft furnishing projects, designing new items and cutting fabrics, the person in this role will also be expected to care for "numerous historic items" and ensure the workrooms are kept in "good condition, fully equipped and stocked."
When it comes to producing the curtains and cushions, experience in both machine work and hand-stitching is needed along with a strong understanding of conservation. Applicants must also be organized, "with a structured approach to work" to meet challenging deadlines.
While the role is expected to stretch the employee, it's also worth noting that this is a once-in-a-lifetime position. After all, "knowing that you're conserving and creating magnificent items that will be enjoyed by future generations will give you the greatest sense of reward," the advert says.
Interested in applying?
Applications close on April 6.