WEYBRIDGE – Part Time Housekeeper

Excellent position available for a part time housekeeper with a busy family offering 8 hours x 3 days

The candidate will need to work to the highest of standards to ensure the home is clean and immaculately presented

Family laundry and organisation of linen cupboards and wardrobe management

Be able to communicate well and liaise with third parties when required

A driver would be desirable given the location however, not essential

£15 gross per hour

COBHAM – Live In Nanny

Loving and caring full time live in nanny required for a busy and most welcoming family in Cobham

The family require support for their 3 young children aged 3 – 7 years of age

This is a great opportunity for an experienced and loving candidate who will offer discretion and loyalty.

The main focus of the role is totally child orientated and ensuring the welfare of the children in her charge to include nutrition

No housekeeping require but nursery duties as per usual

The hours are excellent offering 2 days out of 5 – 12 -7pm

Early finish on a Friday

Excellent and private accommodation. The nanny must drive (car provided).

The family travel extensively and require the nanny to accompany the family

£33K per annum

CENTRAL LONDON – Full Time Daily Housekeeper

A highly experienced daily housekeeper required to work for a busy family of 5 in desirable location in Central London

The role involves cleaning and housekeeping to the highest of standards

Candidate needs to offer discretion, loyalty and flexibility

Must be fit and energetic as dog walking is an important aspect of the role

Informal household, no uniforms but must be immaculately presented

The household employs other staff members so a team player is essential

Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm

Saturday 8am – 2pm.

Excellent salary

Please contact us if you feel that you would be suitable for this position.

SURREY/LONDON – Housekeeper – Experienced

Highly experienced housekeeper with a track record of working at a very high level in a private home

Able to liaise with principles and any third party individuals

Clean to the highest of standards and maintain the cleanliness throughout

Must loves dogs but not requested to walk them

Able to manage wardrobes and develop and maintain systems in place

The working week involves properties in Surrey and in London

Driver is essential and an immaculately presented individual who communicates exceptionally well.

9am – 4.30pm daily – £45k per annum

JOB CLOSED: Private PA – 2 Days per week

Executive PA required for 2 flexible days per week

9am until 5pm

HNW family require an organised and very experienced individual to provide full secretarial support to principles

Diary management – meetings and social commitments and appointments

Miscellaneous support tasks as and when required

Running business and personal errands

Good knowledge of IT systems to include Outlook, Word, Excel and iCloud

Ad-hoc duties

Excellent hourly rate

RING IN THE NEW YEAR CHANGES

2020 – So it’s the start of a new year and we’ve all become a little more intent on making new changes for the good. We reflect on the year gone by with nostalgia and sentimentality, keen to make the year ahead a good one with regards to health and happiness.

ALCOHOL – Drinking alcohol is one of the main resolutions people make on January 1st. Dry January is a public health campaign that encourages the masses to abstain from alcohol and realise the benefits of an alcohol-free body. Weight loss, clearer skin and improved sleep together with an improved sex life, sharper memory and professional performance are all there for the taking. But should we all abstain permanently? Most people do not but a month off feeling fabulous is often enough to remind us that wine o’clock became more of a habit than a pleasure and cutting back the intake might not be a bad idea moving forward.

SOCIAL MEDIA – As a nation we check our phones every 14 minutes. It’s become such a habit that it’s no surprise that mental health issues are escalating at an alarming rate, particularly with our teens. It’s clearly not a wise idea to pour over the posts of celebrities and influencers in the manner in which we do. It can induce a feeling of self-loathing and dissatisfaction amongst the more vulnerable and lead to obsessional levels of phone use. So what can we do about this very modern addition? Giving up social media entirely is not going to work, however, we can certainly adjust our approach and this is easier than you think. It takes 30 days only to adopt a new habit which is handy given we are in the month of making changes. So, try this for starters. Do not check your phone after 9pm and leave your device downstairs charging when you’re in bed. This is ESPECIALLY important for children. Do not reply to any messages beyond this time – tomorrow will come around soon enough. Disconnect whilst eating dinner and engage in good old-fashioned conversation for a change. You never know this new way of working could leave you feeling overall a much happier and content person.

FITNESS – More than half of us want to make positive bodily changes. But getting the body you want involves a change in mindset. Like I mentioned earlier, 30 days rings in new habits so start right now. Take the stairs, walk your 10,000 daily – you’ll be surprised how little time that takes. Set some fitness targets, couch to 5k is a great start. Skip for 5 minutes every day. Join a gym and go at least twice a week to make it financially viable. Fitness and exercise are the basis for a happy and healthy life. I cannot recommend Bikram yoga enough but this activity deserves a blog entirely of its own.

MINDFULLNESS – It isn’t difficult being a charming and positive person, it’s an outlook that will wholly benefit you in the long run. Try and understand the benefits of smiling more and listening to others. Kindness is a gift that ought to be shared and this in turn supports the whole mindfulness movement. Take some time out every single day and learn to mediate. 10 minutes a day is enough to ring in some positive changes for the good. Taking very good care of your mental health it is the foundations to long term happiness.

CHESHIRE – Daily Housekeeper

Part time housekeeper required for a very busy young family with three children

The candidate will need to work to the highest of standard to ensure the home is organised and clean at all times

The individual will need to offer complete loyalty and the utmost discretion

3 days required Monday Wednesday and Friday 8 – 10 hour days

Excellent hourly rate.

ST GEORGES HILL, WEYBRIDGE

Daily housekeeper required with the option to Live In or Out

The property is exceptionally large and requires the experience to manage the daily care required to ensure impeccable standards are met

The family have children and require a driver to assist with school runs on the odd occasion

This is a detailed brief and can be discussed at length during registering.

WENTWORTH – Experienced Full Time Live In Housekeeper

Highly experienced housekeeper required to manage a very large family home on the prestigious Wentworth Estate

The role is live in Monday to Saturday am

Full clean to the highest of standards

All family laundry and ironing and outsourcing when required

The hours are around 8am until 6pm but can be flexible

Own private accommodation with utilities

Salary to be discussed – driver not required

WEYBRIDGE – Daily Housekeeper 40 hours per week

Experienced and established housekeeper required for a very large property on an exclusive estate in Weybridge

The candidate does not need to drive but would be an advantage

Full housekeeping on a daily basis for around 40 hours per week

These hours can be flexible as no school runs are required

Laundry, full clean and organisation at the highest of standards

£15 gross per hour

January start asap interview