Live in Housekeeping / Mothers help job in County Meath , Ireland
A relaxed family in County Meath, Ireland (near Dublin), are looking for a flexible, child friendly, proactive Housekeeper/Nanny to help them out. Dad works fulltime and Mum is at home helping take care of their four children; two boys aged 2 & 5 and two girls aged 7 & 9.
They currently employ a part time Housekeeper who comes to help out with the cleaning and ironing 3 mornings per week.
It is essential that you can drive as you will be required to help out with school runs, running errands and grocery shopping. It is advisable to have your own car but one can be provided for work purposes only.
The family have lots of pets including horses, ponies and dogs – but the family tend to walk the dogs so you will not need too.
The Castle has lots of antiques, art work and silver to care for and the ideal candidate will be a fast paced cleaner and know their products.
Mum does breakfast for the children, but you must be happy to make packed lunches and help cook an evening meal when needed. This is not every day as mum loves to cook. They typically enjoy simple family style dishes.
The family like to travel in all the school holidays so you must be happy to house and dog sit when they are away.
The ideal candidate will be discreet and have their own personal life outside of work.
House: Small 4 storey Castle
Hours: Monday – Friday, 43 hours per week, 8.30am – 11.30am + 1.45pm – 7.15pm. You must be happy on occasions to help out at weekends and be flexible to babysit
Accommodation: Currently your own private flat attached to the main house – however in the near future you will move into your own 2 bedroom flat which is being refurbished in the stable yard in the grounds.
They are happy for partners to live in in they work elsewhere, as well as for those who are single to live out on their days off, if not needed to babysit on occasional weekends.
Salary: €12 net per hour (43 hours per week) = €516 euros net per week
Vacancy Number: 47143
Consultant to contact: Dominique Smith