An unnamed woman has advertised for a nanny to look after her four children and she’s offering perks of the job including driving the family’s sports cars, travelling at least three times a week, joining them on holiday and meals cooked by a Michelin star chef.
The successful candidate will have their own living quarters at each of the international residencies with a private bathroom, kitchen area and living room.
But the job comes with an exacting list of requirements with the advertiser, admitting: ‘<em>I feel it is best to be upfront – the role is demanding.</em>‘
The nanny gets to work from 7am to 8 pm daily. The children are home schooled so will always be home. You must also have 15 years working experience, receive training in self defense and must not have kids.
The advert posted on <em>childcare.co.uk</em> is receiving mixed reactions as some claim it it virtually slavery.
Degree in child psychology
No children of your own
Minimum 15 years’ experience
Available six days a week
Available 7am to 8pm
Trained in self defence
Two-week, live-in paid trial period
Sign non-disclosure agreement
Happy to travel regularly
Participate in school lessons
Eat every meal with children
Willing to run errands
Taking children to appointments
Clean UK driving licence
No binge drinking or drug taking
Help further knowledge outside class
<strong>Perks of the job</strong>
Meals cooked by Michelin star chef
Use of family’s luxury cars