Agency (Login | Register)
• First < Previous |
Page: of 20
(Total Records: 97 )
| Next > Last
Yee Yee Nwe (38, Married, 1 Children)
Myanmese, Buddish

MaidID: M12701
Agency: Total Maid Agency
Agency Contact: 68444608
Leh Leh Khaing (35, Single, 0 Children)
Myanmese, Christian

MaidID: M1540
Agency Contact: 96390221
Naw Khin Mu (36, Married, 4 Children)
Myanmese, Christian

MaidID: M14162
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
Naw Se Gay Thor (30, Single, 0 Children)
Filipino, Christian

MaidID: M12151
Agency: Total Maid Agency
Agency Contact: 68444608
ISTRIYAH (TAKEN) (45, Married, 2 Children)
Indonesian, Islam

MaidID: M14156
Agency Contact: 96390221
Working Experience:

She is a fresh maid from Myanmar.
Work in Myanmar for a few years.
Baby-sits own child in Myanmar.
General Skill:

Able to take care of kids and infant because she has a son in Myanmar.
Can do general housekeeping and cook myanmar food.
I can learn to cook chinese food.
Have experience taking care of relative's kids.
I can do simple sewing and willing to work for any family.
Other info:

She is mature and willing to learn new things.
The reason she wants to come to work in Singapore is to earn more money to support her family in Myanmar.
Her expected salary is $400 without off day.
She prefer not to take care of elderly and disabled
person as she has no experience.
I will work hard and try my best for your family.
Please employ me.
Working Experience:

Experience in Singapore for 6 years and has completed contract with 3 Chinese employers(2006-2015).

- Taking care of elderly grandmother.
- Housekeeping and cooking Chinese food and willing to learn more.

General Skill:

She is very pleasant, reliable, polite and humble. She can work independently with less supervision.

Have initiative and patience in doing things.

Other info:

Working Experience:

10 years as maid in Myanmar. Duties: general housework, cooking and caring for two children. She started looking after them since new born.
General Skill:

- General hosework.

- Can do cooking.

- Infant care experience.

- Willing to take care elderly.

Other info:

- Basic salary: $400.

- Asking for only one off day, rest to compensate. Per off day to compensate $17.

- Ready for immediate transfer.
Working Experience:

Fresh Myanmar maid.
General Skill:

Can handle general housekeeping.
Posses good working attitude.
Can take care of children and elderly.
Other info:

Salary range $400
No off day.
Working Experience:

Experience in Singapore for 2 years (2012-2014) With malay family.
Taking care 2 young children (6 years old and 1 years old).
This applicant can be considered proficient in doing household chores such as cleaning, washing clothes, dish washing,and ironing.
She also loves taking care of young children and attending to their needs.
She also takes time to play with kids in order for her to establish good working relationship with them.

General Skill:

- Good in general housekeeping plus looking after kids and bring kids go school.
- Can do cooking simple malay food and willing to learn more and also willing to learn cooking simple chinese food.
- Willing to look after youn children.
Other info:

-ISTRIYAH is a harworking and cheerful person.
-She has very good working attitud with good records.

• First < Previous |
Page: of 20
(Total Records: 97 )
| Next > Last

How to hire a maid?

  • Employer who is first time employing a maid needs to go for Employers' Orientation Programme. The Employers' Orientation Programme (EOP) is a three-hour programme that provides employers with information on employing a maid.

  • Please click here to register and attend EOP online. (Course fee: $30.00)

  • Once Employer obtains their EOP Certificate, they can approach their Maid Agency to proceed with the application.

  • For other information such as maid salary etc, please read our Maid FAQ section.

Need advice?

MOM gives free advice to Employer who needs help. Please call: (+65) 6438 5122. (Option 1 -> 2 -> 1 -> 0).

Ministry of Manpower 2008 New Rulings

From 14 July 2008, employment agencies will be prohibited from offering, directly or indirectly, any form of payment (whether monetary or in kind) to employers, in exchange for the employers hiring foreign workers through them.

An employer is not allowed to recover employment-related expenses, (whether monetary or in kind), which are payable by the employer. Some of these include, but are not limited to:

  1. fees associated with application, issuance, renewal, or reinstatement of the Work Permit or S Pass;
  2. costs associated with furnishing a security deposit required by MOM;
  3. costs associated with medical insurance required by MOM;
  4. costs associated with medical examination required by MOM;
  5. foreign worker levy payments required by MOM;
  6. costs associated with training a foreign employee, where the training is provided by employer or required by MOM; or
  7. repatriation costs.

Read More