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Maid Name:
Nita Castillo Sampayan
Ref Code:
New maid
Recommend for:
Elderly Care
Filipino maid
150 (cm)
60 (kg)
Children's Ages
age 7, 11, 15, 18 & 20 years old
High School (10~12 yrs)
1 (day/month)
English: (Good)

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Employment Record

From To Country Employer Main Duties Remark

Maid Skills

Areas of Work Willingness Experience Evaluation Comments
Care of infants/children  
Care of elderly  
Care of disabled  
General housework  

Maid Introduction

Nita Castillo Sampayan

(Ex Kuwait)


Nita 41, widowed with 2 children, age 7 and 11, 2 teens, age 15 and 18 years old. Her immediate family will look after them, if she works in Singapore to support her family, especially her children’s education. Nita is from Taguig City, Philippines.


She described herself as a hardworking and honest person.

Academic qualifications

She graduated from high school, equivalent to Spore's Sec School standard.


3 years (1990-1993) worked as a helper in Philippines.

Nita worked in a 3-storeys house with 2-bedrooms and 3-toilets, for a family of 4 with 2 children, age 1 and 4 years old child. She looked after the children, prepare and cook their meals, clean and bath them, prepare and sent them to school. She spent time playing with the children occasionally. As for her, if the child gets playful, she will watch over him.

(1994-2014) Nita got married and look after children and family.

2 years (2015-2017) worked as an elderly care in Kuwait.

Nita worked in a 5-storeys house with 3-bedrooms and 3-toilets, for a family of 4 with an 84 years old, female, immobile with diabetes and hypertension. Her main task was to look after the elderly, prepare and cooks her meals, give and injects her regular medication and bath her. When the elderly throw tantrums, she will follow what she likes and be patient. As for Nita, a good helper is hardworking and patient.

(2017-Present) Nita take rest and look after her family.


Nita cooks Filipino dishes, such as adobo and vegetables, keen to learn to cook Chinese and any other dishes as well.


She is willing to look after small pets, if any.


She is willing to look after children and infants.

Elderly care

She is keen to accompany and look after elderly.


She will follow the employer's instruction regarding handphone usage. However, she will contact her family using her own handphone after work hour.

Any other usage arrangement is between employer and helper, this will be stated in the Job Offer.


The helper is entitled to weekly off-day or at least 1 off-day per month and the other 3 working off-days, she will be compensated accordingly.

Any other off-day arrangement is between employer and helper, this will be stated in the Job Offer.

2 years contract

She is aware that she will enter a 2 years contract.


In summary, Nita is an experienced and mature helper. She does household and related chores, willing to look after children/infants, elderly and pets.

Being a first timer in Singapore, it will not be easy for her to understand the employer’s needs; however, we believe with enough time, proper guidance and training, she will be a good help in your family. We hope you can consider Nita and give her an opportunity to work with you.

Other remarks

Appendectomy (2016)
Allergy to seafoods (shrimps, crabs, squids and prawns)

Video Interview

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