The Liveried Helper vacancy is being advertised on the Royal Household website. The role will involve caring for and training the Queen’s carriage horses, as well as maintaining the carriages and coaches.
The successful candidate will have the exciting opportunity to “part in the ceremonial events” by riding and driving horses.
The advert says: “The Royal Mews is the department within The Royal Household that is responsible for caring for and training the Queen’s carriage horses and maintaining all the carriages and coaches.
“Joining us as a Liveried Helper you’ll help provide daily care for the horses at the Royal Mews.
“You’ll exercise and train them every day, getting them ready for their role in ceremonial activities.
“From maintaining the stables to cleaning saddlery and harnesses, you’ll help to ensure the Royal Mews is kept in the very best condition.
“You’ll also have the opportunity to play a part in the ceremonial events themselves, assisting with riding and driving the horses on the day.
“The standards you’ll aim for will provide the biggest challenge, and the greatest reward.”
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The advert, which closes on July 3, says: “You’re a highly capable and confident rider, with a willingness to acquire knowledge of driving carriages and of state harnesses.
“You’ll also have a good grounding knowledge in all aspects of stable management.
“You’re an outstanding team player, with a flexible and proactive approach to work.
“Above all, you’ll be committed to achieving high standards every day, making you a real asset to the Royal Mews team.”
The Queen, who is now mainly based at Windsor Castle, is known for her love of horses.
The monarch recently missed all of Royal Ascot for the first time in her 70-year reign.