Very nice family is looking for a full-time, live-in or live-out (may be a combo), career nanny, in Greenwich, Connecticut. The live-in accommodation is a fully finished basement, with bedroom, bathroom, and tv room.
The family includes the mother, father, 3-year old girl, and baby girl due February. The parents already have a newborn care specialist contracted for the first 6-months of new baby girls' arrival.
The career nanny must have previous experience as a nanny in a private home, preferably for high-profile principals. Preference also to someone educated, ideally in early childhood education, be a former teacher, and/or have experience with Montessori. The 3-year old is very advanced, she learned her numbers, and alphabet early on and wants to start to read, and is very inquisitive. The family wants the career nanny to nurture her education and development.
Hours will ideally be Monday - Friday, 11:00am - 7:00pm. The family does ask for flexibility to work some Sundays, as needed. The family is offering a generous compensation package including medical, PTO, sick/personal days, paid holidays, paid time and a half for any holidays worked, a yearly bonus and additional bonus potential throughout the year. They also offer additional compensation when traveling.
The career nanny must be cpr/first aid certified, must have their drivers' license and have their own car, must know how to swim, must have their U.S. passport and be willing to travel. The family does travel domestic and may travel international. The career nanny must have their Flu, TDAP, and Covid vaccines. And must upkeep their vaccines, including any Covid boosters. If interested, apply to VV090.
A professional businessman is looking for a full-time, live-out, Spanish-speaking, house manager, in Key Biscayne, Florida. Family dynamic includes himself and his 4 children, all girls. Start date would be immediately upon finding the right candidate. This is a great opportunity to work for a generous employer, who recognizes work-life balance. He has a fully staffed home, of which include eight nannies and housekeepers. The house manager will be overseeing the eight nannies and housekeepers.
The house manager must have several years experience as a house or estate manager, must be fluent in English and Spanish, and must live within a 30-minute drive of Key Biscayne, Florida. The family is not offering relocation.
The house manager will be the main point of contact for all applicable staff members (household cleaning and childcare; currently 8) and the principal. They will organize the applicable staff schedules, oversee day-to-day activities from a health and wellness standpoint for all principal residents and ensure the smooth running of the household.
Duties include managing all attendance and performance-related matters among the applicable staff (including hiring, firing, disciplinary action), maintain a professional relationship with all staff members to ensure a positive, well organized, and smooth household, be the main point of contact in the house for the applicable staff and the principal, supervise and train household staff, oversee procurement of household goods, look after guests, as needed, be hands-on with all administrative duties, including paying bills, as needed, budgeting, as needed, and managing household schedules of staff and principals.
The top skills for this house manager role include being Bi-Lingual (fluent in Spanish and English), being good with children, being a good communicator, understanding the principal’s likes and dislikes, being knowledgeable on a wide range of areas related to the role, and being responsible, efficient, discreet, and organized.
Hours will ideally be Monday through Friday, 8am-6pm. The house manager must be available off-site/on call after hours. The principal is offering a generous salary, monthly medical stipend, PTO, and a discretionary yearly bonus. There is a potential for increased benefits over time. Dress code is business casual.
This person must have their drivers' license and must have their own car. The house manager must be COVID vaccinated. The house manager will work out of the principals' home in Key Biscayne, and the role starts immediately. You must have a U.S. Passport, Green Card, or EAC to apply for this role. If interested, apply to VV099.
A private family in Bronxille, NY is seeking a highly qualified and educated nanny for their two children. The general schedule is Monday through Friday, 11am-7pm or 12-8pm, with flexibility depending on the children's schedules. This is a live-out position.
The family is seeking a candidate who has a background in education. Experience working with children who have dyslexia and knowledge of the Orton-Gillingham Approach is a major plus. The nanny should be experienced with school aged children, and should be fully capable of maintaining a structure and sense of order in the household while keeping the atmosphere fun for the children. This is a fully-staffed home, and the candidate should have experience in a similar environment- they should be a team-player and understand how to interact with other staff in a professional manner. The ideal candidate will be educated, discreet, engaging, and assertive. They will be able to maintain boundaries and encourage manners and good behavior, while also catering to the children's varied interests and fostering a love of learning. There will be some light housekeeping such a prepping snacks, making sure after school bags are packed, and kids laundry
This position requires candidates who are able to drive. The ability to travel and swim are a plus but are not requirements. If you are legal to work in the US and are interested in being considered for this position, please apply to KO082.
A family living in Oklahoma City is looking to hire a full-time rotational nannies for their two children, 7 years-old and 9 years-old. The schedule is 2 weeks on and 2 weeks off, 6:30am to 9:00pm. Ideally, they are looking for a candidate to be there when the children wake up, get them ready and off to school, assist with grocery shopping and light housekeeping, pick the children up from school, take them to their activities, help with their homework/create a lesson plan, assist with light meal prep, and finish the day getting them ready for bed. The candidate best fitted for this role is someone who is discreet, creative, and knows how to read the room. Knowledge of a second language or having a college degree are preferred, but not required. The family is open to relocating the right candidate and has a separate apartment and car for the candidate to be hired. If you are interested and legal to work in the US, please apply to KA122.
A friendly Greenwich, CT family is seeking a loving live-out nanny to care for their two boys, ages 4 and 2-years-old. The schedule for this position is Monday through Friday, 8am-6pm. The mother works from home, so the family is seeking a candidate who is comfortable with that dynamic.
Job duties include both childcare and light housekeeping. Childcare duties include teaching good habits and manners, driving children as needed, and overseeing mealtimes and hygiene routines. The children are in school daily from 12:30-3:30pm, and this is when the nanny will assist with household duties. Housekeeping tasks include family laundry, light cleaning and organization, washing and putting away dishes, and occasional errands. The candidate should be comfortable in the kitchen, as they will be asked to cook meals for the children and assist with family meal-prep. The ideal candidate will have a "can-do attitude", and will be energetic, experienced, and patient. The family is seeking a nanny who is engaging, understands childhood development, and values education.
This position requires a driver's license and clean driving record, as well as proof of Covid vaccination. The family is seeking a nanny who would like to join their family for the long term! This position begins in January. Please do not apply if you need to begin work before January 2022. If you would like to be considered for this position and are legal to work in the US, please apply to AS230.
A wonderful family of three will be looking for a live-in nanny for their child in September 2022 to move to Auckland, New Zeland with them. The family are looking for a nanny authorized to work in New Zealand as well as the U.S. as they will be traveling back and forth between New Zealand and the U.S. The schedule will be ideally Tuesday through Saturday, 8am-6pm. The live-in accommodations will be at minimum private bedroom and bathroom, they are still looking at homes in Auckland to find the best fit. The family are very laid back, like to keep to themselves, and want the best care for their daughter.
The ideal candidate will be warm, loving, and have a background/ certification in early childhood education or development. The main responsibilities will be keeping feeding and nap logs, changing diapers, preparing educational activities, potty training when the time comes, reading with the child, fostering and monitoring developmental milestones, researching activities in the area, keeping the parents updated throughout the day, ordering supplies for the child, taking them to doctors appointments, and completing the bath and bed time routines. The family are willing to pay a generous salary. They are looking for a long-term fit. If you are legal to work in the U.S. and New Zealand, please apply to GM406.
A family in Montclair, NJ is looking for a part-time, housekeeper/optional cook. The family includes the mother, father, and 18-month old daughter. They have two dogs. Other staff includes a dog-walker that goes twice per day.
This person must have experience working in a private home, especially a home with young children. This person should know how to be safe since they have a soon to be toddler; not leave cleaning products out, leave the door to the stairs shut; tucks in chairs, etc.
This person will be responsible for cleaning the home, including straightening up, making beds, doing laundry (including garment care, ironing, steaming, hand washing, stain removal, all as needed), vaccuming, dusting, cleaning floors, cleaning bathrooms, cleaning kitchen (dishes + cleaning), food delivery organization (empty bags, store food in proper organized places, recycle packaging), and food/meal prep (washing and cutting vegetables to store in the refrigerator for cooking or snacks).
Additional tasks include refreshing dog water bowl at least once, cleaning up dog poop in backyard once a day, keeping receiving packages/mail and mud room organized, taking out trash and recycling. Also, they would like for this person to be flexible to house sit when they travel, including pet care (feeding 2x per day, changing water to be fresh, let out to pee/poop throughout the day).
The family is also looking for this person to do "special projects" done like windows, porch clean up, snow shoveling, children's play-date clean-up, party help, etc., as needed or as can be worked into schedule. Overall, they are looking for someone who is kind, organized, self-starter/can independently take it upon self to stay busy doing productive, helpful tasks for family, communicative (open to feedback), respectful of family's privacy and can remain in background (quiet, somewhat inconspicuous), friendly (smiling!), positive energy (upbeat), flexible (to adapt to their needs as they arise), organized and tidy (a must), prompt (must be on time and able to follow schedule and keep time), and passionate about their work!
Optional cook duties include cooking/preparing 1 to 2 meals a day (prepare lunch and/or prep dinner on stove before leaving), set up table and have food set out forthe family to eat on-time before meals and then clean up promptly once they are done.
Overall, this is a young family that needs someone to help keep their home running smoothly, efficiently, and orderly! The right candidate will have the right energy and positive, can-do attitude to help and enjoy being around babies, young children and dogs.
Hours will ideally be Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 1:00pm (or possibly three times per week, 9:00am - 3:30pm). The family is offering a yearly bonus. The housekeeper/optional cook must have their COVID vaccination with booster. You must have a U.S. Passport, Green Card, or EAC to apply for this role. If interested, apply to VV075.
Professional family needs a full-time, live-out Spanish-speaking nanny, in Los Angeles (close to UCLA). They also have a home in Malibu. The family includes the mother, father, 6-year old, 5-year old, and 3-year old (all girls). The 6 and 5 year-olds go to school full time, the 3 year old goes to school half-day until 11:30am. This is a fully staffed home, including two other nannies and four housekeepers.
The nanny must have several years experience as a nanny in a private home. The nanny must speak English and Spanish fluently. The family wants the children to learn Spanish. The nanny will prepare lunch for the 3-year old and put her down for her nap after school. Then the nanny will have a couple of hours before the two older children come home. During this time, the nanny will organize the kids' things, put away their laundry if needed. May need to do their laundry sometimes.
When the older children come home from school and the youngest wakes up, will be the busiest time from approximately 3pm - 7pm. The nanny will care for the children, help with school work, and other activities. They may have after school activities sometimes also. Rarely the nanny may have to pick up the kids from school, which is close to the home.
The nanny must be a strong personality, be able to keep the kids in line. Someone who can keep the kids' attention, teach them manners and etiquette. The nanny should be proactive. For example, if the kids have horseback riding the next day, have their things prepped and ready for the next day. Also, notice if food items are running out and can be ordered and bought before completely running out completely.
Hours will be Monday - Friday, 11am - 7pm. (They have a weekend nanny.) The family is offering a generous salary, full benefits, they cover 100% for the employee and 50% for their family, and PTO. The nanny must have a valid U.S. passport and be willing to travel. The family has a home in Toronto, Canada, where they summer for several weeks. They rotate the nannies there, so no one is away from their own family for too long. The nanny must have their drivers' license, must have their own car, and bonus if knows how to swim. The nanny must be CPR/First Aid certified, and must be Covid vaccinated. If interested, please apply to VV065.
A busy family based in Chelsea, London, are seeking a full-time, live-in or live-out nanny to care for their two children aged a year and nearly 3 years. The usual schedule will be approximately 8am to 7pm, Monday to Friday, however a flexible candidate is essential to allow for occasional babysitting and/or other events. There will also be regular travel to the US, Europe, and UK (COVID-allowing).
Duties will include, but are not limited to, all the usual nursery duties including feeding, putting the children down for naps, evening bath and bed routine, nursery pick-up and drop-offs, and cooking healthy and fresh meals for the children. Responsibilities will also include engaging the children in educational and intellectual activities and play, being aware of developmental milestones and actively encouraging the children to reach them, encouraging and nurturing their curiosity and ensuring the children are happy and thriving. Please be super-organised and competent at keeping to schedules, at organising activities and play-dates, and at generally keeping the household run smoothly.
The ideal candidate is extremely experienced, is fit and active, and is comfortable getting down to the children's level and engaging with them. You must have prior experience working with 2 or more children of similar ages and must be competent and resourceful with a great muck-in attitude. Someone who demonstrates initiative, is hands-on and who has prior experience with weaning and potty training will work well in this role. There is also another nanny who will also be taking on some of the housekeeping tasks, so please be a team-player and a great communicator who is happy to help with keeping the children's and common areas tidy.
If you are interested in the role and legal to work in the UK, please apply to ZI081.
A professional in San Francisco is seeking a seasoned butler/chef/house manager. The schedule will typically be 12-noon through 9pm Monday through Friday, though flexibility is required, to include additional hours and weekends, pending the principal’s social calendar/miscellaneous needs.
Duties will include managing the wine cellar, organizing the library, taking care of the principal’s car collection, caring for the principal’s garments and organizing wardrobes, packing for trips, dressing the table, ensuring cutlery and crockery are always clean and polished, grocery shopping, preparing and serving exceptional food, assisting in the planning of (and attending/serving at) events and dinner parties, running errands, drawing up a household manual, liaising with vendors and contractors, caring for the principal’s 2 cats, running point on all general household maintenance, and more. Domestic travel will be required from time to time.
Candidates must be mature, polished, professional, presentable, with consistent, long-term experience in a similar role. This is a formal household and candidates must uphold a formal demeanor at all times. A generous compensation package is available for the right candidate. If you have a clean and current driving record, are interested and legal to work in the US, please apply to KP281.
A family is in need of a full-time, live-out office assistant, on Shelter Island (Long Island area) in New York. Candidate must be dependable, responsible, adaptable, and honest and with a high level of integrity. You should be self-motivated, open to grow and learn, highly professional, have excellent inter-personal, communication, and organizational skills and discretion to the principal.
Major responsibilities in this role will include working as part of a team to coordinate needs and logistics surrounding Principal and his estate team, calendar management, maintaining a complex, organized filing system that is shared by the group, establishing your own filing system for individual projects and responsibilities, managing multiple emails, serving as the point person for mailing, supply ordering, and vendor relations, working with the accounting team to manage weekly bill pay and monthly invoicing/expense reporting, project management, heavy data entry, and ad-hoc projects as needed. You must have the ability to manage highly sensitive, confidential information with complete discretion, the ability to work as part of a team with a ‘ can-do’/‘no task too small or big’ attitude. You will be reporting to the estate manager and chief of staff
The family is seeking someone who has a minimum of 3+ years of experience as an executive assistant, someone with a Bachelor’s degree who has proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Affinity Publisher and Apple products, and someone with experience working in a highly professional, dynamic and fast-paced environment who can remain poised under pressure. You should be positive and have a flexible attitude when responding to the changing requirements of the principal in addition to excellent verbal and written communication skills, and flexibility to work overtime as needed, strong organizational, project management and problem-solving skills with ability to multi-task. Their ideal person will be articulate and well-mannered, extremely detail oriented, and will have excellent time management skills, including the ability to prioritize work effectively including timely and efficient management of out-of-pocket expenses, project updates/project deadlines and other submissions to Office Manager. You should be able to also work autonomously.
The family is offering medical, PTO, paid sick days, paid holidays (should be flexible to work if needed), yearly bonus, and 401k. Must be COVID vaccinated. If you are legal to work in the US and are interested in this role, please apply to VV052.
A family based in Manhattan is seeking a full-time educated nanny for their three-month-old daughter. The schedule will most likely be Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm with flexibility. The family plans to travel domestically and also internationally, so they will need someone who is willing and able to join for those trips. They also spend a week or two in the summer in the Hamptons, so the nanny will need to join for weekdays during that time. Flexibility is key! The family is seeking someone locally, but is open to a live-in situation as well, therefore open to candidates looking to relocate. This nanny should be educated, preferably holding a degree and/or certification in early childhood development or speech pathology/child psychology. The candidate should be comfortable working with the family in accordance with the advice of the doctors and consultants the family uses to work on hearing developments with the child. The ideal candidate is warm and proactive and has a pitch-in, positive attitude. Other job responsibilities will include care of the child's belongings and spaces, including tasks like switching his crib's sheets and sanitizing his toys, as well as some meal preparation for him in coordination with mom. A calm energy and positive attitude are appreciated. Both parents work, so someone willing to keep the home clean and tidy at all times is appreciated- not looking for someone to clean the bathrooms, just keep everything in its place. The ideal candidate for this role will be responsible, nurturing, engaging, and flexible, with a high level of integrity and discretion. You must be vaccinated and understand the importance of COVID safety during these times of flare-ups. Driver's license and swimming skills would be nice to have, but are not requirements. A candidate with a valid passport is essential due to the travel element of the role. You must be legal to work in the US and have a US Passport, Green Card, or EAC to apply for this role. If you are interested in this position, please apply to KS325.
A busy family living in TriBeCa are seeking a full-time family assistant. Hours are flexible, Monday through Friday, with occasional weekends requested. The ideal person for this role will be a go-getter, someone who is autonomous and reliable who can come in and hit the ground running. You must have at least 5 years of similar experience in the home of HNW individuals- longevity in roles would be preferred as they are looking for someone to be with them long-term too.
You will be the point person in the home, for husband and wife, for staff (5 others), and for the 5 children- managing calenders, appointments, inventory, errands, etc. You must be able to wear many hats and have a 'no task too big or too small' outlook. You must also have bookkeeping experience and be able to manage the household finances.
You can work remotely for this position but should be able to have 1-2 check in days per week at the home and also be close enough to go to the home as needed. The family would also need you to run-point on their other two NY area homes. There are no pets in the home but you should be dog-friendly as they might adopt one soon. You must be highly professional and respect boundaries. The principals do prefer you to have a driver's license as well. If you are legal to work in the US and are interested in this role, please apply to KM508. You must be COVID vaccinated to be considered.
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