Queen Elizabeth II is opening the doors of Buckingham Palace for a new full-time kitchen porter, palace attendant, assistant housekeeper and retail assistant.

Three of the vacancies offer fulltime and part-time jobs. Meanwhile, the assistant housekeeper only needs to work 40 hours per week. The palace offers a competitive salary, benefits and a 15 percent non-contributory pension scheme for the positions.

The successful applicant for the kitchen porter position will receive an annual salary of $25,310 with 33 days for annual holiday and 15 percent employer contribution pension scheme. There will also be on-site training and a wide array of exciting employee perks like free meals.

The applicant doesn't need previous catering experience as the palace will provide training. Also, the post encourages every applicant to be a team player.

"It's working as a team to achieve exceptional results," the Royal Household website stated. "It's having a shared and unique purpose, joining a professional team who deliver extraordinary service. This is what makes working for the Royal Household so different. You'll join a committed kitchen team who work together to prepare and serve food to the very highest standards."

On the other hand, the palace attendant will have a permanent contract or recruitment type and will also be at the palace for five days a week. The position also requires teamwork.

"The Master of the Household's Department handles all aspects of hospitality across the Royal residences," the post read. "Joining our small and dedicated Palace Attendants team, you'll play an important role in making sure every event has a smooth set-up."

The position of assistant housekeeper requires the applicant to have previous housekeeping experience at the supervisory level and with fine-tuned knowledge. The palace is looking for those who are committed to the industry and are looking to take the next step in their career.

The assistant housekeeper will support the head housekeeper in planning and delivering the housekeeping services to the very highest standards at Buckingham Palace and other royal residences.

For the retail assistant, the starting salary would be $12.95 per hour. The successful applicant will be working at the Royal Collection Trust.

For those who are interested in the job, you need to be "able to strike the perfect balance between sales and service." You need to have a "warm, lively and friendly personality combined with the ability to work well in a team."​

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Queen Elizabeth II is opening several job posts at Buckingham Palace. Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II arrives at Tweedbank Station on Sept. 9, 2015 in Tweedbank, Scotland. Getty Images/Chris Jackson