The woman shared a list of “crazy” requirements for nanny work
A woman gave a detailed description of the very demanding job description she put forward after applying for the nanny position. People’s expectations for this bizarre expectation were labeled “crazy” or even “psychotic.”
American actress Hollis Jane Andrews Shared a photo of the job description on Twitter and explained that she accepted the position of “Magic Nanny/Housekeeper” in 2013-but immediately rejected the job after reading the daily duties.
More importantly, this work only pays 13 US dollars (£9.21) per hour, and the parents (they are practitioners of Scientology) need the full care of their two sons.
The lengthy two-page list of requirements requires the nanny to follow a very strict schedule, dividing the day into 15 minutes.
The nanny is also asked to make sure that there is no noise in the house and never let the children stop laughing-because “if they don’t laugh, they are not happy”.
The nanny is also responsible for teaching the children to swim, bathe, and eat with them. Once the child has a nap, she must clean the entire house within 45 minutes.
Hollis wrote in an email to Twiitter: “‘In 2013, I interviewed a family of Scientologists (not known at the time) as their nanny.
“They handed over the absolute responsibility to Bunker, and now I hand it to everyone.”
Then he continued: “Just in case, the moment I saw the word’dianetics’, I didn’t accept the job.”
The purpose of the advertisement is to “keep a full/well-sleeping boy and house in order to provide sanity for parents.”
It continued: “Both boys should always receive love, care and understanding. The main focus is to ensure that their basic physical foundations (sleep, food, water) are maintained, lest they cry/disrupt the rest of the house.”
The parents went on to say that both of them are working and “better not be distracted”, so they “do not want to hear crying, lose their temper or bump their heads.”
More importantly, if children are injured, parents will insist that they should “keep quiet” and use Dianetics-this is a scientific practice.
They must also stay active all day long and never stop running, and strongly encourage stone throwing instead of being “pushed to the front of the movie.”
The schedule is also very strict, in increments of 15 or 30-there is no room for error.
Th3eday started at 7:30 am and offered them eggs and turkey bacon during breakfast, and then taught the boys “how to brush their teeth”.
The schedule continued: “If they are crying, they are not happy. As a nanny, you need to make them happy again.”
In addition to the “crazy” schedule, there is a long list of cleaning tasks. Once the boys have a nap, the nanny must complete the cleaning.
This includes emptying all items in the stroller, placing toys, and finding bottles to be cleaned and dried in the house.
More importantly, the nanny must wash the dishes and clean the kitchen to make it look “glossy and shiny.”
“If you have done all these tasks, please look around and look for anything else that can help things in the family flow better!” The parents continued.
Her post caused a huge response from Twitter users, who were shocked by the huge demand.
Someone wrote: “I hate the whole family, including the kids. It’s obvious, not’live’-copying can at least satisfy your crazy needs.”
Another wrote: “I read this book straight, thinking they are their pet dogs.”
Another tweet said: “The tone of’Never make them unhappy’ made me panic about their children. Their children have grown up and may be addicted to unhealthy things because they are not allowed to bear grief.”
Others participated in specific tasks listed in the job advertisements, which included a sentence: “My favorite is a list of tasks to be completed in 45 minutes. If you do it in a certain way, they want you to invent the work.
Someone added: “I want to laugh with the people who actually hold the job and how long they last.”
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