Spanish Speaking Nanny Vacancy

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      Spanish Speaking Nanny Vacancy

      Spanish Speaking Nanny Vacancy

      Spanish Speaking Nanny Vacancy


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      Position for Spanish Speaking Nanny.To stay in the home Monday,Wednesday and Friday. To care for Two children ages 5 and 3 years old.

      For more information please call office at 645-3171

       


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