She gets around 60,000 letters a year. But now The Queen is looking for somebody to help write the replies.
The successful applicant must be "capable of processing a large volume of correspondence," warns the job description.
The £21,000-a-year assistant correspondence officer will be based at Buckingham Palace.
The job advert on the Royal website says it "involves working in a team with a shared and unique purpose, undertaking correspondence that helps to support the work of The Queen.
"Over 60,000 letters are received every year. You will assist in responding to all written letters, helping the public with their varying queries. Your challenge will be ensuring every correspondent receives a timely and well composed response. From drafting bespoke letters to data inputting, you will monitor all correspondence, undertaking important work for The Private Secretary's Office
“每年女王会收到60000多封信件。你将协助女王回复每封手写信件，帮助解决公众各种各样的问题。你所面临的挑战是确保每位写信人收到及时妥当的回复。从定制信件的起草到资料数据的输入，你将处理每封信件，为私人秘书办公室（Private Secretary's Office）完成重要工作。“