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This is a great opportunity to work for a long-time T+C client. Dog lovers welcome!
Location: Seacliff, San Francisco
Schedule: 18 to 22 hours per week
Duties: Deep cleaning, family laundry, light ironing, answering the door, supervising service personnel, managing seasonal projects
Requirements: The ideal Candidate takes pride in their work, is able to take direction and also be proactive and has a pitch-in, can-do attitude. Must be comfortable going up and down multiple flights of stairs throughout the day. Ideal Candidate will also like dogs!
Salary: $30+ per hour
Job Number: 6687
Benefits of working with Town + Country Resources:
- Recent, substantial professional experience working in private homes as a Housekeeper
- Verifiable, strong references for your prior work experience
- Valid California driver license and good driving record
- Able to work legally in the United States
- Able to make at least a one-year commitment, ideally longer
If you meet the requirements we would love to hear from you!
- It's free - candidates pay no fee to the agency!
- Instant access to the best jobs in the Bay Area
- Positions providing vacation, sick and paid holiday time
- A Counselor to help negotiate your salary, schedule and responsibilities
- Professional presentation - we create a personalized resume and reference portfolio for you
You only need to apply once. Only qualified candidates will receive a response.
Town + Country Resources has been placing exceptional Household Professionals in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 25 years! Visit our job-listing page here to see more of the great positions that we're recruiting for!
Town + Country is a referral agency. We provide equal opportunities to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws. Town + Country will consider qualified applicants with a criminal history pursuant to San Francisco's Fair Chance Ordinance.