Domestic Helpers perform a variety of tasks within an employer’s home, such as providing care for a child or elderly family member, housecleaning, running errands and cooking. They may also be referred to as a Housekeeper, Maid or Nanny. While most Domestic Helpers live separately from the family they work for, some will be provided room and board in addition to their wages.
Domestic Helpers generally work as independent contractors and report to one or more of the family members for their duties and instructions. Some Domestic Helpers may work for a staffing agency and be paired up with families looking for assistance.
Writing a good Domestic Help cover letter can make the difference between being invited for a job interview and having your application ignored by a recruiter.
Whether you're sending your Domestic Help cover letter as a hard copy or by email, the following Domestic Help cover letter samples will help you write a compelling cover letter that best highlights your experience, skills and qualifications. The templates can be edited to suit any Domestic Help with or without experience.
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