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Residential Household Manager / Butler required for Cape Town, excellent salary R18 000pm

By Butler Academy

We are looking for a well experienced Butler for one of our clients in Cape Town  – this is a  Long term commitment. The household is busy with plenty of exciting work to be done. It concerns a busy family with young children in a modern environment. Organizing the household, working alongside new staff, knowledge of service and etiquette, discretion, responsible for car maintenance, welcoming guests, helping in the kitchen when necessary are only a few of the key-words describing the position. The family is modern and enjoy time away during the year, whereby the Butler will be required to travel with the family to Sweden and Germany.



– driving

– cooking

– housekeeping

– entertaining

– administrative skills

– keep a high standard of hygiene, order and attention to detail is paramount

– walking dogs

– taking care of the outside garden area, manage a team of groundsman

– overseeing renovations

– training of new housekeeping staff

– understand vegan / lactose diets – prepare special meals


Salary on offer is R18 000pm the package is negotiable on experience and skill.


Requirements: minimum of 3 years Butler experience, preferably in Cape Town or surrounds. Driving skills must be impeccable as well as the above mentioned requirements. Please send your Butler certificate / diploma, police clearance certificate, medical clearance certificate to


Cape Town is a beautiful city and winner of the International design capital awards. Working in Cape Town is easy fast and convenient compare to other cities. As you drive around doing errands you cannot help but peep at the beautiful atlantic / indian ocean kissing each other at Cape Town harbour.




2 Responses

  1. amine says:

    good day

    I’m 25 years old I been working in many countries before i can speak 4 languages I have experience I’m hard worker I have no problem working long hours thank you

  2. Paul Phiri says:

    how has being a butler changed your life

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