After the better part of a year spent cooped up inside, we genuinely just want to get away from it all – and for one lucky couple, that idle dream could soon become a reality.
High end domestic recruiter Polo & Tweed is currently scouting for an “experienced domestic couple” to work for a “high net worth” family on their private island in the Bahamas - and will pay the couple £90,000 for the role. Yep, it’s a dream gig.
The family is based between Naples in Florida and the Bahamas and those interested in applying should have a valid driver's license and the legal right to work in the US.
As well as the £90,000 salary, the couple can expect to have health care and dental benefits, have a car provided for work duties and there is also a re-location option for those looking to move to the area with on-site accommodation provided.
The family of four have two grown children who live at home and own a large country estate in Naples, with three houses and nine bathrooms. The Bahamas estate consists of four houses, each with four bedrooms.
While the family employs ground maintenance staff, gardeners and pool staff, they are looking for a couple to become long-term members of the team and whose duties will include housekeeping, deep cleaning and building upkeep.
The description lists enjoying cooking as a “bonus” while you may be expected to perform other duties like running errands and picking up guests from the airport.
Desired qualities in potential candidates for the role include being “discreet and well-mannered” as well as having initiative and “strong self-management skills”.
The family would also like you to be well-presented and says, “You should be able to manage guests, perform front of house duties, and be able to manage the household from a day-to-day perspective”.
Due to Covid, the family are spending 80% of their time on their private island in the Bahamas.
The hours are 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and the family is looking for suitable candidates to start ASAP.
To apply or to find out more about the role, visit poloandtweed.com
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