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Full Time Legal Live Out Nanny

Posted By: anycer

Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2016

Remuneration: $2,800.00

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My wife and I are looking for a full time nanny to help look after our 3 month old boy, as we are both returning to work.


Details:
- We live in Tiong Bahru and both work full time
- Work days are Monday - Friday, excluding public holidays
- Work hours are 8am - 8pm (although most days we will send you home by 6:30 or 7pm)
- Your must be Singaporean or PR (legal to live in your own home and legal to work in Singapore - we will check documents)
- Pay will be competitive and includes annual paid leave


Duties and Experience:
- We would like a Filipino PR, as we speak Tagalog at home to our baby, but Singaporean Chinese would be good too, as we'd like him to also learn Mandarin
- Must be a professional nanny
- Must have experience with infants
- Duties will be child care and baby's laundry, not any cleaning or cooking. We do those ourselves!
- You will take him out of the house to play dates, parks and around town


If you're are interested and qualified, please send me a private message with your information or reply below with your e-mail address.



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