- The parents indicated their daughter is a law student living in a two-bedroom apartment
- They said her study schedules are so tight and she cannot manage to do her house chores
- Eligible applicants for nanny position should have at least one year experience in babysitting
Parents in Canada have advertised for a personal chef and nanny for their 18-year-old daughter who is studying "a demanding course" at the University of Leeds, United Kingdom.
The anonymous parents, through Skin Vitality Medical Clinic, shared two adverts on job site Indeed, in UK.
According to Daily Mail, the parents said the girl has a personal driver and "urgently" needed two more people to fill the positions to ensure their daughter feeds well and "lives without stress."
"Nanny required to cook and clean for my 18-year-old daughter who is going to University of Leeds in a demanding first year program- Law.
"She has a driver who can pick up the groceries and drive her around but someone to ensure she eats well and lives without the stress of laundry, cleaning as her study schedule is very intense," read the advert.
The ad further stated the person applying for the position does not necessarily need to be a qualified nanny but someone who can ensure their daughter eats at least three meals a day and ensures the fridge is always full of healthy snacks and juice.
Those applying for nanny positions should also have a one year experience in babysitting.
"She is Canadian and she needs someone to cook and clean for her, and lives in a two bedroom apartment in Leeds City Centre with a full kitchen and it’s a lovely apartment," read the ad.
For the position of the chef, the other advert indicated the suitable person for the position will be required to cook "two to three meals daily, three to four times weekly".
The job is also said to be part-time, with the rate to be discussed based on experience and availability.
In another news, Legit.ng reported that ImeIme Umana has been recognized as the first Black woman president of Harvard Law Review in the last 130 years.
It was also reported that 27 years ago, former United States of America’s president, Barack Obama, became the first Black man to assume the office. The first woman, Susan Estrich, became president of the Harvard Law Review 41 years ago.
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