Babysitter Job for Family in Curepe

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      Babysitter Job for Family in Curepe

      Babysitter Job for Family in Curepe

      Babysitter Job for Family in Curepe

      Special assistance for children

      Apply Now

      Our family

      • Trinidadian
      • 50-something
      • 1 Child
      • 21 Age
      • No pets
      • No religion
      • Does not accept smokers
      • It is a single male employer

      Work highlights

      • Candidates only
      • 5 years paid experience
      • 45 to 50 hours / week
      • Payment is $ 501- $ 1000 / week

      Apply Now

      Babysitter for Curepe Family

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