Tech entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and his wife Liz are seeking a nanny and perhaps several staff members to work at their $15 million Glenorchy home.

In an advertisement on Twitter, Dotcom says the pair need help “seriously” at their remote home, about 45 kilometres from Queenstown

They are after a nanny for their baby boy, due in October, a personal assistant, a housekeeper and a chef, the ad says.

Dotcom became a household name after armed police in 2012 stormed his rented Auckland mansion by helicopter at dawn, at the behest of the FBI, alleging he was part of a “mega conspiracy” over the Megaupload website.

He is still embroiled in an extradition process with the US Supreme Court.

Dotcom told they were looking to increase their team in Glenorchy and had already had some good applicants.

“We offer great pay + you get to live at the most amazing place on earth,” the Twitter ad said.

It’s not clear if the roles are separate jobs or involve multi-tasking. In another tweet Dotcom said the

“government spies and other lunatics” do not need to apply. “We do thorough background checks and my job interviews are on legendary difficulty (sic). Good luck.”