Maid Name:
Ref Code:
Ex-Singapore maid
Filipino maid
Place Of Birth:
High School (10~12 yrs)
2-4 (day/month)
English: (Good)

Other Information

Willing to work on off-days with compensation?
this maid is Not  willing to work on off-days.
Number of off-days per month: 2-4 (day/month)
Able to handle pork?
this maid is able to handle pork.
Able to eat pork?
this maid can eat pork.
Able to care dog/cat?
this maid can take care of dog and cat.
Able to do simple sewing?
this maid can do simple sewing.
Able to do gardening work?
this maid can do gardening.
Willing to wash car?
this maid can do wash car.

Employment Record

Country Employer
Main Duties
2009 2012 United Arab Emirates Muslim Family Elderly Old lady aged 70 years old and does all around housekeeping for 3 storey's house and cooking 2 years working experienced
2012 2013 United Arab Emirates Muslim Family Elderly Old man aged 80 years old and Does all around Housekeeping for bungalow with gardening , car washing and cooking One year employment in Dubai and same employer in Bahrain, they just migrated as they bought new hou
2013 2014 United Arab Emirates Muslim Family Elderly Old man aged 80 years old and Does all around Housekeeping for bungalow with gardening , car washing and cooking Her employer is Dubai is same as in Bahrain as they just bought new house and continue to work for t
2014 2017 Singapore Chinese Family Elderly Care and Dose All Around Housekeeping for an HDB flat , marketing and cooking 3 years working experienced

Maid Skills

Areas of Work Willingness Experience Evaluation
Care of infants/children 16 Year(s)
Care of elderly 8 Year(s)
Care of disabled 8 Year(s)
General housework 24 Year(s)
Cooking 24 Year(s)
Language Skill: English
Other Skill: Baking, Swimming and Cycling

Maid Introduction

is from Laguna, 43, Roman Catholic, a responsible - loving mother of three healthy children ages 20,17 and 10 years old. She has nine siblings and she is the eldest. She has completed her high school education and can communicate well in English and Arabic languages.

has working experienced since she was 14 years old because of not sufficient money to support all of them as she has nine sibling to help too. She worked for celebrities and common families in the Philippines as nanny.

She look after newborn to teenage children. She knows how to make formula milk, changing diaper, making soft foods, checking body temperature if the child is unwell, and singing lullaby to the child too.

For the children two years old and above, she knows how to do feeding, assisting in toileting, bringing and fetching from school, bringing to nap and keeping an eye if they were outside especially in a play area.

decided to worked overseas because her salary in not sufficient anymore for her family. She has five years working experienced in Middle East and three years working for Chinese family in Singapore .

1. from 2009 to 2012 in Saudi Arabia
Her employer is Muslim family. The family is consists of six adults and her main duty is to look after an elderly aged seventy . The elderly is wheel chair bound . She is the one personally do feeding, toileting, changing of diaper, applying body moisturizer for the skin, and assisting to bring the elderly in the hospital for check-up's. They were staying in a three storey's landed house. She does all the household chores with gardening and cooking.

2. from 2012 to 2013 in Dubai
Her employer is Muslim family. The family is consists of five adults including the elderly old man. The old elderly man is wheel chair bound. She is the one transferring from bed to wheel chair so that she can easily move from one place to anothe She does feeding, changing diaper, bathing, giving daily dose of medicines or bringing the elderly in the hospital for check-up's.

3. from 2013 to 2014 in Bahrain
The employer from Dubai just moved to Bahrain as the employer bought new house. She still do the same for the elderly.

4. from 2014 to 2017 in Singapore
, Her employer is Chinese family. She is looking after her employer's mother whose aged is 65. She is the one preparing meals to do feeding, changing diaper, bathing, toileting,giving daily medicines and assisting the elderly for monthly check-up's or even accompanying the elderly to any where she wish to.

can do baking such as bread, cake, biscuits, baked dishes and more. She can cook Local Filipino, Chinese, Arab and western dishes. She can make curry, stir fried noodles , veggies and more. She can easily follow recipes and learn more new cuisines.

is working with initiative, patient, humble and hard working. She is willing to work for the families with newborn, children elderly or even with pets such as cats and dogs.


(License No.: 11C3318)

Address: 545 Orchard Road #04-07 Far East Shpg Ctr,
Singapore 238863
Tel: 67330407 / 67330402 / 96111621
Email: Maid Agency Email 
Contact Person: DEAN / ANJALI / MHEG / DIANE / GIGI
Handphone: 6733 0407 / 6733 0402 / 6734 8346 / 6733 8348
Office Hour: Monday to Sat: 10.30 am to 7.30pm
Sunday: 11am to 4pm
Closed on P.H.
Branch Office 1: Bukit Timah Shopping Centre,
#02-48K, 170 Upper Bukit Timah Road,
Singapore 588179
Office Hour: Monday to Friday: 10.30 am to 7pm
Saturday:10.30 to 6pm
Sunday: 11am to 4pm
Closed on P.H.
Tel: 6463 0407/6467 6757/
Contact Person: Shini, Sha, Soe
Branch Office 2: Bukit Timah Shopping Centre,
Singapore 238882
Office Hour: Monday to Sat: 10.30 am to 7pm
Sunday: 11am to 5pm
Closed on P.H.
Tel: 6734 8346 / 6733 834
Contact Person: Anjali/ Mheg

 1st Allbest Human Resource Pte Ltd  (Singapore Maid Agency)

Orienting your new maid should be standard procedure. Here are some ideas of what you can do.

It is normal to feel nervous and excited when you pick up your maid from the agency. However, your maid is as nervous, or even more nervous than you. After all, she probably came from a rural area and is now going to stay and help a family that she has never seen before.

As the employer, orienting your new maid is important. We recommend that the following should be done to familiarise her:

1. Give her a house tour

Show and explain to her how your house is like. Tell her where the things are placed and demonstrate how your household electrical appliances work so that she can operate it.

2. Bring her around the neighbourhood

The maid is likely going to leave the house to help you do groceries. Hence, showing her around the neighbourhood will allow her to do her job more effectively.

3. Set the ground rules

Every household is different. There are some things that employers can and cannot accept. It is wise to tell her what you cannot tolerate so there is a common understanding between you.

4. Bring her out with the family to have meals

This is one of the best ways to bond. Taking her out with your family will make her feel like she is a member of the family. Also, it is a good way for the helper to relax and de-stress from all the household chores.

5. Allow her to call back home

Suggest to your new maid to call her family back home when she arrives at your house. This will put both her and her family at ease. The maid can then focus on her work.

Should you allow you maid to use internet at home?

These days, having internet access is becoming more and more commonplace. People use it to learn, others use it for entertainment, and a lot of people use it to get in touch with their friends and loved ones living in far-off places. The same is very true for maids.

Giving them access to internet can both be a good thing and a bad thing, depending on how you handle the situation. Like with cellular phone use, too much can make your maid lose focus when it comes to her work.

If your maid asks you if they can have access to the internet, then by all means give them access, provided that they don't use it too much or abuse it. You can set a schedule of when your maid can have access to the internet, either through a computer or through a mobile device like a smartphone. Having internet access helps them get in touch with their families better and helps them cope with homesickness.

Additionally, it's also important to talk to your maid about the risks that are involved when she goes online, since there are a lot of predators and nefarious individuals that use social media sites such as Facebook to look for maids and use them to break into their employer's home.

6. Teach her how to take care of your child or elderly.

The way we handle and take care of our children is already different between Singaporean households, let alone between countries. Show and demonstrate to the maid how you would like her to take care of your child or elderly to be clear.

7. Give her a dictionary / English book

Indonesians and Burmese helpers often speak little English. Get them an English book so they can learn English during her free time.


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