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Hourly Rate: $12 - $16/Hour
Start Date: 02/18/2019
Number of Children: 3 Children
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Required Skills & Certifications

  • CPR Certified
  • Twins/Multiples
  • First Aid
  • Special Needs
  • INA Member

Looking for a Full Time Live-Out Nanny/Housekeeper


Family Description
Looking for help from a
Live-Out Nanny/Housekeeper

We want someone who can work
Full Time

Would like a Caregiver to start on
02/18/2019 (Monday)

Will pay an hourly rate of
$12 - $16 Per Hour

Our family has
3 Children
(2-3 years old, infant age)
(4-6 years old, infant age)
(7-10 years old, school age)

Our home has

Our home is

We desire someone who can speak

Caregiver should have

Prefer an education level of a

Caregiver will

Caregiver can
Job Listing
Mom headed back to work needs help

Nanny needed 6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday to care for a 3-year-old girl during the day and her 6-year-old brother after school. Their 9-year-old brother would only need after school care one day each week. We also have two cats and a small dog! The dog does *not* need to be walked. We are looking for someone who is comfortable traveling to school dismissals. The brothers start their school days at 7:15 a.m. and 7:35 a.m. at different schools. I have been driving the whole family to drop off the younger brother first. His dad waits with him for the school doors to open, and then I drop off the older brother. Then I drive around to look for parking. I wouldn't expect a nanny to take over dropping everyone off in the morning, but I would be willing to pay extra to be sure all my kids still arrive on time every day. If a nanny showed up every morning so the boys could leave with their dad on time, that would be good enough. The 3-year-old doesn't really need to keep doing that whole commute. The younger brother dismisses at 3:45 p.m. on Mondays and Fridays, 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 12:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. The older brother is dismissed at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. I drive to pick up him at different times the other four days each week, but he could go to the library and wait for his dad to pick him up after work. There is a bus line that runs from our apartment to each of the schools. I do not want to enroll my 3-year-old in day care straight away because I have no one to pick up my 6-year-old or care for any of the three of them if they need to stay home because of an illness. (My kids never take sick days, but they've also had their mom around 24/7 their whole lives.) The 3-year-old will start UPK in September, though. For now she needs someone who wants to play with her.

Additional Requirements

Desired Schedule
6am - 10am10am - 2pm2pm - 6pm6pm - 10pm10pm - 2am2am - 6am
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