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Part-time Nanny/Housekeeper needed in Stroud Green N4

Start: August/September 2017

Working hours: Monday-Friday 3pm-8pm

Salary: £10-£12 net/hour  

 

Busy and full of fun family from Stroud Green (N4 area of London) is looking for a Nanny/Housekeeper to join their household.  The family lives in a 6-bedroom/3-bathroom house and they have 4 children aged 7, 11, 12 and 13 years. The children are extremely self-efficient and well-behaved, they just need someone to be there for them when the parents are at work, and to ensure their safety and wellbeing. The nanny duties involve helping the children with homework if necessary (as usually they do their homework on their own), playing and reading with the youngest child, preparing the children’s uniforms, school bags and sports kits daily, and preparing healthy meals for the boys and sometimes for the parents; no school runs are involved as the older children go to school on their own and the youngest one is dropped off by a fellow parent. The housekeeping duties include keeping the house clean and tidy daily, the family laundry, ironing of shirts only; there’s no food shopping to be done as the mother looks after it. The family has a dog which travels to work with the mother so there are no duties around the dog, but it is important you do not suffer from allergies to animals’ fur. If you have superior organizational skills and solid housekeeping experience, are a fun and good person happy to be flexible and help the busy family, then this vacancy is just for you!

Applying for this position you must have minimum 3 years of experience in similar role in the UK, up to date CRB/DBS, up to date Paediatric Firs Aid and checkable references.

Please email your CV to Aleksandra@empirelondon.uk

Company
Empire Nannies&Housekeepers
Contact Person
Justyna M
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London
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United Kingdom
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Domestic Staff
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Housekeepers
Date added
Wednesday, 21 June 2017
5 months ago
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