Ace Personnel is Family owned and operated for over 40 years, with a core focus on establishing and maintaining long term relationships and providing you and your loved ones with continuity of care.
“Staffing Generations of homes fitting your families needs”
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Contact us to discuss your individual needs and to hear how we can help:
Address: 521 West 57th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6P 1R8
Our Service is available for Mandarin and Cantonese Speaking Clients
Our services & Fees
Our goal is to make the process of finding a caregiver/ nanny a stress free and enjoyable experience for your family`s well being and peace of mind.
We take a personal, individualized approach for every family`s needs. There is No Registration Fee to start a search for your new household employee. Our Placement Fee is due upon successful hire only.
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Are you looking for a Nanny, Caregiver or Housekeeping position? We work to match you with the right fit based on your experience, skills and personality.
To apply, please give us a call to make an appointment for a personal interview. Also, feel free to come by our office anytime during our office hours to fill out the application. Be sure to bring your references and certificates. We look forward to meeting you.
UPDATE: We are Accepting Applications from Local Candidates Only. Jobs available for nannies, caregivers on a Work Permit under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
For Childcare or Housekeeping Positions, Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
For Elderly Care Positions, Please email your resume to
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