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Experienced Nanny/ Driver/ Housekeeper are urgently needed

Posted By: bernerd.achieng

Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2016

Remuneration: $5,000.00

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We are Achieng family happily blessed with 2kids male and female (7yrs and 5yrs) respectively, We are looking for trustworthy, caring, energetic and reliable Nanny / House keeper / Driver to run our household (viz; cleaning, laundry, ironing, cooking) and to help with childcare responsibilities and stay at home with the children in the afternoons when the kids are back from school.


Job Duties:
We want you as live in worker to help with our children. We would expect you to work 38 hours a week Monday-Friday 7-9am, You will be responsible for getting the children up in the morning at 7am, bath, dressed, and prepare them for breakfast. Then to do the school run from 8am to approx. 8.50am. You will pick up the kids from school by 3pm to approx. 3.50pm, ensure the kids do their homework and help them where necessary, prepare supper, get the kids bathed and ready for bed at 7pm. The other 8 hours, you would spend during the week to do the kids washing and ironing, tidying their bedrooms and play room.
Job Benefits:
You will have your own bedroom with bathroom which is separate from family bedrooms and its private entrance, computer WiFi and TV etc included) and full-time (working from Monday to Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be your off days). The job is 70% household, 30% being with our children. You need to be an excellent housekeeper that is self motivated, flexible and independent. We offer 2,500 gbp as your monthly salary, and 85 gbp as your weekly allowance.


We are looking for a calm, mature, friendly au pair, who genuinely loves being with children and is well organized and practical patient and can play with children nicely. Our children are friendly, outgoing and fun to be with and we are looking for someone who has the same attitude, combined with great organizational skills, and flexibility to work as part of a team with a busy happy working family.


We live at 35 Warwick Gardens Kensington, London W14 8PH United Kingdom.
If you are interested, please send us a short letter and your CV, including contact details and a picture direct to our contact email address.
Contact email address: [email protected]
Thanks



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