Surprising as it may sound, but the centuries-old British monarchy is surprisingly speedy in embracing the latest in technology. The latest proof of its willingness to embrace the latest digital trends is Queen Elizabeth’s latest job posting, one that requires the candidate to be social media savvy.

Posted on the Royal Family’s official site is a job opening for a position called digital communications officer. The lucky applicant who will bag the role has a very challenging yet exciting task up ahead — to manage Her Majesty’s image in the global arena.

“It's finding new ways to maintain The Queen's presence in the public eye and on the world stage,” the site explained the role. “This is what makes working for the Royal Household exceptional.”

A big chunk of the responsibility will be about managing content about Queen Elizabeth on the royal family’s various social media accounts. “Joining this fast paced and dynamic team, your challenge will be to manage and oversee the daily news flow on digital and social networking platforms, as well as play a key part in some of the digital projects,” posted the site.

Aside from managing social media accounts, the digital communication officer also needs to possess a few other essential skills such as article writing and content creation. “Working as part of a small team of digital media specialists, you'll create content for social networking and digital platforms, including our newly launched website, as well as researching and writing feature articles,” the job description states.

While it is stated that this position will be primarily based in Buckingham Palace, it also requires that one needs to be ready for a mobile assignment as one might cover events outside the Palace. “Whether you're covering a state visit, award ceremony or Royal engagement, you'll make sure our digital channels consistently spark interest and reach a range of audiences,” the site added.

The position requires one to work for 37.5 hours a week, Monday to Friday. The compensation package is stated at around £30,000 or $38,000 a year. Unfortunately, the rate is below the industry average. According to Glassdoor, the average base pay for a social media manager is around $55,199 per year.

Queen Elizabeth Queen Elizabeth II smiles as she arrives at Tweedbank Station on September 9, 2015 in Tweedbank, Scotland. Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images