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Oct 012018
 

We are great family from Boston USA am hereby looking for a graduate from any country that can speak a very good English Looking for a Personal assistant , Nanny and Driver . You can apply within send us your resume so we can proceed and you can also email me at (paulcogan67@yahoo.com), you can also contact me or add me through imo +12315779158

Salary/Wages Are Below :
Personal Assistance : $5000 Monthly (weekly allowance $150)
Housekeeper : $3800 Monthly (weekly allowance $150)

Pls Note:
Serious Applicant only to apply.
Applicant must be willing to travel.
Accommodation available : (own secured room with private bathroom and full use of household amenities for the duration of employment available) at no charge on a live-in basis.
Feeding and accommodation is free:

Await your soonest responses if interested
Thanks

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