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Sep 282018
 

I greet you all in the name of God almighty,i am Mr Evans Campbell who is originally from the United states of America(OHIO) but i just move with my family(My wife,My two son) to the united Kingdom,London just 2 month ago.I work with a multinational oil and gas company as an engineer,my wife own a supermarket/grocery shop here in UK but due to our busy business schedule we dont have time for our kids anymore and for that i have been searching for a serious Nanny to take good care of my two son(ANDRE AND DENNIS) not until my neighbor told me to go online to advertise the vacancy maybe i could get someone serious for the job.I need urgently a serious,honest and God fearing Au pair,Nanny and also i need serious and experienced family Driver,home nurse,Housekeepers,security Guards to work in my home here in the UK.We are God fearing,Born again and caring family and we assure all our workers that we will live together as one happy God family once they join our family.

I pay salaries to my workers on a weekly basis and i will give free accommodations,free foods to workers and also i am the one that will take care of all tax payment.I shall discuss travel arrangements with serious applicants who are ready to join my family soon.

Brief Summary Of Salary For Each Posts:-
Nanny/Au Pair:-£1000 Each (Weekly).
Driver/Housekeeper:-£1000 Each(Weekly).
Home Nurse/Security Guard:-£1000 Each(Weekly).

Only Serious applicants should contact me directly to my email address: evanscampbell231@gmail.com

God Bless You All,
Mr Evans CampBell And Family.

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