Queen Elizabeth II is looking for a royal Sous Chef and the job requires that you will have to travel to other royal residences throughout the year.
If you’ve ever wanted to see what goes on in the inner workings and kitchens of Buckingham Place, are trained in classical French cuisine, now is your chance as the Palace has advertised for the position of chef.
The job is based at Buckingham Palace – though the sous chef must follow the monarch to other royal residences, such as Balmoral and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
The post comes with a salary of up to £33,000 a year plus accommodation, for which there is a pay adjustment.
'Joining an accomplished team, you'll work hands-on with your colleagues to deliver food to the highest standards,' says the advert on the royal website.
'You'll plan and develop menu items for a wide range of events, as well as helping to manage stock levels.
'Alongside the Head Chef you'll lead and motivate the kitchen team.
'And whether you're based in Buckingham Palace or travelling to other locations, you'll look forward to whatever challenge comes your way.
'Strong leadership skills will be absolutely vital.'
The Queen is partial to all things chocolatey, according to her former chef of fifteen years Darren McGrady, and likes to eat all kinds of game.
"For a main course she loved game, things like Gaelic steak, fillet steak with a mushroom whisky sauce, especially if we did it with venison,” he said.
"For a first course she loved the Gleneagles pâté, which is smoked salmon, trout and mackerel. She loved using ingredients off the estate and so if we had salmon from Balmoral from the River Dee, she'd have that, it was one of her favourites."
"We used a repertoire of dishes, mainly British and French food. We cooked a lot of traditional French food like halibut on a bed of spinach with a Morney sauce."
"But the Queen never was a foodie. She always ate to live rather than live to eat. Prince Philip was the foodie. He'd want to try any new dishes all the time and got excited about new ingredients whereas the Queen, if we had a new recipe, she'd have to look at the whole recipe before saying, 'Yes ok let's try it'. But for the most part she stuck to the same dishes week in week out."
If cooking fine, classical French food for royalty and visiting dignitaries is your idea of a perfect job then get your application in now.