Hello! We have a one story home with three small bedrooms, one small office, 2 1/2 baths, a living room, family room, formal and Informal dining, kitchen and sunroom.
I am currently in a college graduate program that is taking the lion share of my time as well as doing forced distance learning with my sixth grade daughter for Middle School. She will hopefully begin in person classes twice a week sometime in the next couple of months. I am in need of general housekeeping assistance, Consistently, one full day a week (minus a lunch break) for the next year and a half and possibly longer. Position will include seven hours a day of paid labor with an unpaid half hour or hour lunch. I will be doing my graduate school work in my office most of the day and my daughter will be working in her office doing her coursework and guitar practice the majority of the day. I am in need of assistance doing a variety of housekeeping chores. Each week will include dusting, and cleaning the floors and bathrooms. Once this work is done, there will be an alternating job which will change week by week. One week it may be helping with the laundry, the next week could be cleaning the windows, oven, kitchen cabinets, refrigerator or helping with general household organization.
Must be fluent or near fluent in English, reliable, trustworthy, hard-working, and pleasant in demeanor towards myself and my 11-year-old daughter. I am looking for someone who is wanting a more long-term job as I would prefer to keep the same employee for the next year and a half and most likely longer.
Ample parking available at home. Near public transportation.
We have only one animal. A very small, 6 pound , 3-year-old, female Yorkshire terrier. She is spayed and very friendly. Is not aggressive towards people. Only barks at birds in the backyard and when someone comes on the property such as a delivery person. She is a watchdog not a guard dog. So she is territorial and will bark if someone comes on our property but the minute they come inside she never tries to bite. She simply runs around excited for a few minutes and tries to lick your foot to say hello and then she lies down on her bed and chews on her bone. We have a dog run in the backyard and are willing to put the dog in there for a few hours at a time if necessary.