Nanny / housekeeper needed

Geneva, Switzerland

I am looking for a reliable and trustworthy domestic helper who could work from 16h to 21h Mon - Fri (possibly from 14h to 21h including cleaning/ironing - depends on the person’s preference).

Tasks would include tidying up, preparing dinner for two children (1.5 and 3.5 yrs), picking them up from daycare, and helping to get them ready for bed. The person MUST speak some French in order to be able to communicate with the daycare employees. References from Switzerland required.

 


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