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Assistant Anniversaries Officer

Private Secretary’s Office
Records
Buckingham Palace
Permanent
£21,000 per annum, plus benefits
37.5 per week, Monday to Friday

It's sending congratulations that are never forgotten.

It's working in a team with a shared and unique purpose, engaging with the public whilst supporting The Queen's role. This is what makes working for The Royal Household so exceptional.

The Anniversaries Team helps to produce congratulatory messages that provide a vital link between The Queen and the public. You'll prepare messages that mean so much to so many people.

You'll be proud of the messages you send out, which will drive you to consistently deliver high standards. You'll check eligibility for each query, and using a data entry system, you'll be 100% accurate with every congratulatory message response.

Supporting the wider team, you'll also answer varied, and often unique queries, and draft bespoke letters in response to messages sent by the public.

With administration experience, you're already used to meeting high standards of accuracy within strict deadlines. What's more, you'll have excellent keyboard skills and experience of using advanced IT ideally including database systems. 

Detail focused and capable of processing large volumes of information, you're organised in your approach to your daily work.

Every day you'll use your natural communication skills to help all kinds of people with their enquiries and with your good written communication skills, you'll be confident drafting letters.

Above all, you'll enjoy working collaboratively with colleagues in order to deliver the exceptional.

In return you will be rewarded with a comprehensive benefits package, including 33 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays), a 15% employer contribution pension scheme (with the option for flexibility to increase contributions or draw down as salary) and support for your continued professional development.

Vacancy Closing Date: 24/07/2017 23:55

This vacancy is closed to applications.