Nannies, Caregivers, Housekeepers Toronto

Join Us: Outside of Canada Workers

Become a Home Helper from outside Canada.

Take a moment to fill out the information in the form below, to see how your qualifications fit with our requirements.


Section I: Identification:

Female Male

Personal Information:

Birth Place:
Do you have any family/friends we may contact in case of emergency?
Contact's Phone Number:
How well do you speak English?
Good Fair Poor
What other languages do you speak?
Have you ever been arrested?
Yes No
If yes, for what?
Do you have a valid driver's license?
Yes No
Details of your driving record
Do you swim?
Do you like pets?
Yes No
Marital status
Do you know how to cook?
Number of children

Medical Information:

Date of birth:
Yes No
Are you taking any medication?
Yes No
If yes, please explain:
Any medical conditions that might affect your job?
Yes No
If yes, please explain:
Do you have any allergies (pets)?
Yes No
If yes, please comment:
How many days have you missed this year due to illness?

Education: Copies of certificates may be required

High school highest level:
College / University:
Do you have child/elder care training?
Yes No
If yes, please describe:
Do you have first aid training?
Yes No
If yes, please describe:
Yes No
Yes No
Yes No
Yes No
Other education:
Please list your hobbies or craft skills that may help you on the job:

Employment Record: most recent first, include overseas positions:

Previous Employer #1 - Information:
Name of Employer:
Telephone number:
Length of Employment:
Number of Children & Ages:
Reason for leaving:
Previous Employer #2 - Information:
Name of Employer:
Telephone number:
Length of Employment:
Number of Children & Ages:
Reason for leaving:
Is your present employer aware that you are seeking other employment?
Yes No

Future Job Requirements:

Are you willing to care for pets?
Yes No
How many children are you capable of caring for?
Does your religion prohibit you from working Saturdays or Sundays? Please provide details:
Are there any aspects of caregiving or housekeeping you are unwilling to perform? If so, explain your limitations:
Are you prepared to travel with the family?
Yes No
Which age groups are you willing to care for?

Interview Information:

1. Please tell us about family:
2. Can you tell us how you were disciplined as a child?
3. Can you tell what you enjoyed about your last job?
4. What do you consider the worst thing about your last job?
5. What was the most difficult thing you had to do?
6. Can you think of a problem you have had, and let us know how you handled it?
7. What is the most important thing to do in choosing a new job?
8. Can you tell us what makes you happy?
9. What type of commitment can you make to your new employer?
10. What are your reasons for wanting to come to Canada?
11. Do you plan to come directly to Canada?
12. Would you be willing to work anywhere in Canada?
13. Do you think it is likely that you will change your mind about coming to Canada?
14. Can you think of a type of person who would make you feel uncomfortable, or who you may not like to work with?
15. If a problem came up with your job, how would you handle it with your employer? (i.e children not cooperating, a paycheck error, etc.)
16. What are your long-term goals?
17. Do you enjoy spending time outdoors? What about in the winter? Are you athletic?
18. Have you ever been responsible for all of the cooking on any of your jobs? Would you be willing to cook for the whole family? What dishes do you like to prepare?
19. What would be a typical day for you on the job you are in now?
20. Have you ever been arrested or in trouble?
21. Do you use alcohol or drugs?
22. Do you have any dietary restrictions or requirements your new employer should be aware of?
23. How do you prefer to spend your free time?
24. Do you have a serious boyfriend? Where does he live?


If you wish, you may attach a photograph of yourself: