British American Household Staffing

  • AM230 - Full-Time Career Nanny/Governess - Silicon Valley

    Job Locations US-CA-Palo Alto
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(3/13/2019 11:30 PM)
    Job Reference Code
    AM230
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Nanny
  • Overview

    A Silicon Valley family is currently looking for an educated and experienced nanny/governess. They are looking for the best and most highly qualified candidates to join their team of professional nannies. This role requires heavy travel and incredible flexibility with scheduling and job responsibilities. The family has multiple children ranging from preschool through high-school age, so you should be comfortable working with all age groups. Formal British nanny training or a degree in education/child development (preferably at a graduate degree level) is required of all applicants- British trained nannies will be prioritized for this role. Candidates must have at least eight years of full-time nanny experience with all positions lasting three years or longer. Additionally, a minimum of three years working in fully staffed and/or high-profile homes is a hard requirement. Qualified applicants will be comfortable with extensive international travel, spending time on boats, and working on a team of highly qualified nannies. There is no room for ego in this position and someone who wants to come in and be in charge will not be a good fit. The family is open to relocating candidates who meet all of their requirements and will offer an extremely generous compensation package including health insurance and a 401K. If you meet all of the family's requirements (degree in education, 8+ years full-time experience, long-term employment history in previous jobs, and experience in fully staffed homes) and would like to be considered for this role, please apply online to AM230. All applicants must be legal to work in the US without sponsorship.

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