Alexander L

Need responsible college student to take care of our cat and watch the house while on vacation

Annandale, Virginia
Last seen over a week ago

Pay negotiable

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House sitter Job in Annandale, Virginia

We're looking for a serious college student who's studying at one of the colleges in or around Washington D.C. who can live in our house while we're gone on vacation in mid-July. We're looking for a responsible individual, and will require a transcript with good grades and a proof of enrollment/letter of acceptance. We'll provide exact dates and further details if contacted. If this description happens to fit you, please contact us. We will NOT consider anyone who does not fit this description, so please do not write unless you have (1) a transcript with good grades and (2) proof of enrollment/letter of acceptance. Since we're offering free lodging for a month with all amenities (e.g. water, gas, electricity), there is no extra pay other than providing the free lodging.


Services Needed

Your responsibilities will include:

Mail collection

Mail collection

Pet feeding

Pet feeding

Garbage/recycling

Garbage/recycling


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