Care Companion in Los Angeles, CA 90068.
Looking for full or part-time work as a care companion.
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- Age 32
- 1 year paid experience
Last signed in: Last week
Home Care Rates $25 per hour
Hi, I'm Alison, the owner of She Can Do It! LA's premier small business for personal assisting, errand running, and odd-jobs.
I started the business in June after I decided to leave my full time job to pursue acting full time. I've had a successful time as a small business owner, and I'm looking to expand my clientele and versatility as an entrepreneur. I've 5+ years experience in administration for a busy and successful post production company in Hollywood, 6+ years experience as a house and dog sitter, and 8+ years experience in personal assisting, errand-running, and odd-jobbing. I currently assist three families, and do house cleaning twice a month for several other clients. My business can be found on social networking sites and yelp!
Age Specific Experience
1 year paid experience
Experience with providing basic care services:
- Conversation and companionship
- Meal preparation
- Light housekeeping
- Laundry and linen changes
Availability & Job Preferences
Prefers to provide visiting care
- Temporary (4 to 12 months)
- On call (as needed)
- Will consider either a part time or full time position
- Start date is flexible
My availability is valid through 6/15/14
- Weekday Afternoons
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