Queen Elizabeth: After break-ins, she’s looking for new security experts: in

Queen Elizabeth
After break-ins, she looks for new: n security expert: in

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Does Queen Elizabeth fear for her safety in her own home? That would not be surprising after numerous break-ins in the past. Now she is looking for a new security expert: in.

Queen Elizabeth, 95, is hiring. The monarch is looking for a: n new: n employee: for her security team at Buckingham Palace, which is responsible for checking all employees, visitors and suppliers of the royal residences. This includes Windsor Castle, Sandringham and Balmoral.

Queen Elizabeth looking for security guard: in

For the one-year job in the British royal family, there will be around 25,000 pounds (the equivalent of around 29,000 euros) with a five-day week and 37 hours of work. Applicants should have “the ability to remain calm and balanced under pressure” and demonstrate “good judgment and sound decision-making in a fast-paced environment.” The British “Mirror” further quotes from the job advertisement: “You act with the awareness that you are helping to protect a world-famous institution.”

If you feel addressed by this job advertisement, you have to hurry, because applications for the position of security expert will only be accepted until Sunday, August 22, 2021. Because from August 30, 2021, the first job interviews should take place.

Security hole in Buckingham Palace

The fact that the 95-year-old cannot fill the position quickly enough could have something to do with the fact that there have already been several break-ins in her residences in the past.

The last time two people gained unauthorized access to Windsor Castle in May 2021. The two suspects, a 31-year-old man and a 29-year-old woman, are said to have climbed over a fence in front of the Royal Lodge – Prince Andrews, 61, resident. Not far from the area where the Queen regularly walks her dogs or does horse rides. Although only her son and not the Queen herself is said to have been present at this time and the intruders could be arrested, it was only one incident out of a series of break-ins.

Just a few days earlier, a 44-year-old woman who claimed to be Prince Andrew’s fiancée allegedly stayed on the premises for a full 20 minutes before she could be taken into custody. So it seems as if the monarch urgently needs to close a large gap in her security system.

Source used: mirror.co.uk