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King Charles is looking for a manager of Buckingham Gardens with an annual salary of 40,000 pounds

King Charles is looking for a manager of Buckingham Gardens with an annual salary of 40,000 pounds

King Charles III, the King of Britain, has announced a new job in the royal palace, a garden manager, for 40,000 pounds a year at Buckingham Palace, and according to what was published by the British “Daily Mail” website, the king is looking for a person “passionate about plants” to work in the palace for 39 years. hour a week.

King Charles is looking for a manager of Buckingham Gardens with an annual salary of 40,000 pounds King Charles III, the King of Britain, has announced a new job in the royal palace, a garden manager, for 40,000 pounds a year at Buckingham Palace, and according to what was published by the British “Daily Mail” website, the king is looking for a person “passionate about plants” to work in the palace for 39 years. hour a week.  The ad on the royal website reads: "As a garden manager, you will be responsible for maintaining the gardens of Buckingham Palace and bringing them to an exceptional standard... and you will be proud to see thousands of people enjoying them at garden parties."  The work, with a salary of up to £40,000, includes lawn maintenance, shrubs and garden borders, and applicants were also told they would be "effective in shaping the future" of the Royal Gardens.  “With a commitment to horticulture, you will focus on implementing our projects to conserve and enhance the rich biodiversity of our gardens. If you are as passionate about plants as you are about people, this role will inspire you to deliver,” the announcement read.


The ad on the royal website reads: "As a garden manager, you will be responsible for maintaining the gardens of Buckingham Palace and bringing them to an exceptional standard... and you will be proud to see thousands of people enjoying them at garden parties."


The work, with a salary of up to £40,000, includes lawn maintenance, shrubs and garden borders, and applicants were also told they would be "effective in shaping the future" of the Royal Gardens.


“With a commitment to horticulture, you will focus on implementing our projects to conserve and enhance the rich biodiversity of our gardens. If you are as passionate about plants as you are about people, this role will inspire you to deliver,” the announcement read.

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