British American Household Staffing

ZI167 - Part-Time Nanny - Stamford, CT

Job Locations US-CT-Stamford
Posted Date 3 months ago(1/4/2023 3:47 PM)
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A lovely, relaxed, and active family moving from Paris, France to Stamford, CT seek a fabulous after-school nanny for their 4-year-old twin boys.  A possible schedule could be from 2:30pm to 6:30 or 7:30pm, Monday through Friday, however the family would appreciate flexibility to cover for some babysitting, overnights, and travel (both international and domestic).  The family will also consider an earlier start time if the nanny is happy to take on some of the general housekeeping.


From 2:30pm the nanny will be responsible for some light household duties relating to the boys (for example tidying, meal-prep, laundry, etc.) before collecting them from school at 3:30pm.  From 3:30pm onwards, duties will include taking the children to any of their after-school activities, organising and accompanying them on play-dates and outings, and generally helping with the afternoon and evening routines.   


The ideal candidate is active, enjoys having fun, going to parks, zoos, and museums, playing outside and generally has lots of energy to keep up with the two young boys. Candidates must love children and should be caring, nurturing, and patient, as well as creative – able to keep the children engaged and come up with interesting, enriching activities.  The family are keen to find someone flexible, who is able to accommodate a changing schedule, has a positive and bubbly personality, and who can slot easily into the family dynamic.  Previous experience with twins would be ideal, as would a native/fluent French-speaker.  Candidates must also be okay with a small, friendly dog in the home (and with sometimes feeding her or letting her out). 


If you are interested in the role, are COVID vaccinated, and legal to work in the US, please apply to ZI167.


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