A (fairly) rare opportunity has come up for a high-ranking role in the UK government.
The job has come up for just the fourth time in the last six years following a tumultuous period for its previous incumbent.
The role is a well-paid but challenging one, with a starting salary of £161,866.
The ideal candidate will have strong leadership skills, will be a great decision-maker and negotiator and must have the ability to work as part of a team – within the rules of the workplace and any laws of the land, obviously.
The role will contain foreign travel and the use of a private jet.
Suitable candidates are likely to have to go through a rigorous selection process, but the role can be highly rewarding.
The role provides free accommodation at a highly-desirable Central London location, as well as access to a lavish country home in the delightful county of Buckinghamshire.
Candidates are warned that the role is high-pressured and will come with a degree of public scrutiny and is likely to mean having a good relationship with certain media outlets.
A can-do attitude is needed, as are strong delegation skills to your team members, who we’re sure are likely to provide a constant stream of feedback to the winning candidate.
Office politics are also likely.
Candidates are asked to send their resumes to 10 Downing Street, London.
Start date is unknown.