A loving family of five moving to Tampa, FL is seeking a full-time, live-in or live-out, Spanish speaking nanny to join their team. The successful candidate will seek longevity with one family and will have prior experience working with multiple children. The schedule will be 5 days per week, with two weekdays off each week as weekends will be required, and flexibility on hours worked during the five days. There are three children, ages 4-years, 5-years, and 2-years-old. Both older children will be in school full-time come September. The family wants someone looking to stay for a very long period, even when the children are in school. They are also open to relocationg the right candidate for this role.
The job duties include helping the older children get ready for school, caring and engaging with their youngest, planning activities when the children come home from school, monitoring/helping with homework, light meal prep, laundry for kids, and following a night-time routine before bed. The candidate must be flexible and enjoy traveling with the family. The family travels both domestically and internationally quite often, so a current passport is required. Fluency in Spanish is also required for this role. Candidate must be able to swim and drive and be comfortable around the family dog. The family seeks someone patient, loving, understanding, and passionate about working with families. 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 KA307.
A wonderful family is seeking a full-time housekeeper for their home in Charlotte, NC. The schedule is Monday through Friday with 40 hours guaranteed. The family is ideally looking for a local candidate but can offer relocation for the right candidate.
Job responsibilities will involve general maintenance and deep cleaning of the family's home. Duties may include but are not limited to, detail projects like polishing or sanitizing, laundry and pressing, tidying up the kitchen and common spaces to keep them organized and tidy, and other relevant tasks as needed. The family will also ask the candidate to occasionally pick the children up from school and assist with basic nanny tasks (light meal prep and helping with the children’s nightly routine). The ideal candidate possess attention to detail, takes pride in their work, has great communication skills and a willingness to be hands-on with all aspects of the role, as well as have a positive and flexible attitude when responding to the team and principals.
You must be comfortable with a cat in the home and have a valid driver’s license. If you are interested and legal to work in the US, please apply to KA309.
A sweet family is looking to hire their second ROTA nanny to relocate to Puerto Rico and care for their two young children. The schedule will be full-charge live-in 14-day rotations (14 days on/14 days off) with flexible notice on both sides if the schedule needs to deviate at times. There is a furnished apartment for the nannies to live in that is a few minutes from the Principal's residence. There is also a car provided for the nanny’s use during time off. The start date is ideally May 1st, but they can be flexible if needed.
The family lives just steps away from a secluded beach in a nice, family-friendly area so the nanny must be a strong swimmer. The parents will pop in and out throughout the day and are involved but are very respectful and non-micromanaging, trusting the experienced and skilled nannies to do their job. They foster a respectful environment and desire nannies who view their career as their calling; they want their nannies to be happy. Preference is given to a nanny who is: Norland-educated, Childhood Development-educated, Early Childhood Development-educated, Occupational Therapy-educated, or Speech Therapy-educated. They appreciate nannies who care about their children’s development and will foster their continued growth.
The nanny to hire must be passport-ready and be willing to travel domestically and internationally. They want a long-term, happy, and sustainable relationship with their nannies. Some of the personality traits desired are: 24/7 mentality, full charge while living in with family; able to care for children solo while parents travel a few times a year; experience with preparing healthy and creative children's meals; setting routines and teaching independence in those routines; resourceful in coordinating playdates and enrichment activities; purposeful play for education and motor skills; open to learning new skills and approaches related to child development; experience traveling with a family, resourceful and adaptable in new environments (expect 3 months of travel a year approximately); excellent planning and time management skills for self and children's routine; comfortable cooking for self; easy-going and go-with-the-flow mentality.
The nanny to hire must be someone who is able to handle the challenges of little ones, has energy to do a 24-hour role and sometimes on less sleep (i.e. if the baby is up sick during the night), is good at taking care of herself and being self-sufficient (i.e. while working preparing her own meal to eat in order to make sure she has energy and is nourished), and has good time management. It is a bonus if the nanny has 1 year of live-in experience and/or travel nanny experience. It is strongly preferred the candidate to hire has ROTA nanny experience.
Responsibilities include all areas of caring for the children, cleaning up after, maintaining their space, and inventory of related items. Household responsibilities are minimal and really just around being a team player. A few times a year the Principals will need help with their dog when they travel, so the candidate to hire must be comfortable with dogs.
Health insurance is offered for this role. The family will pay to relocate the nanny.
You must be COVID-vaccinated + boosted, 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 HN133.
A lovely family who splits their time between NYC and upstate NY (about 2-3 hours driving distance from the city) is seeking a full-time nanny from March through late 2023. The candidate would live-in Monday through Friday (or all seven days of the week) with them at their secondary residence upstate through the summer (the next six months). Following that, if the nanny is local to NYC, they could continue working as a live-out nanny through the end of 2024. If they're not local to NYC, the contract would conclude in late summer/early Fall of 2023 when the family returned to the city. The schedule will generally be Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 6:30pm (an average of 50 to 55 hours per week). They're flexible on the exact timing of the shift and can be especially flexible if the nanny wants to leave earlier on Fridays. The job duties include care and engagement of their toddler, which includes, but is not limited to, furthering their development with age-appropriate activities, preparing and serving her lunch, and coordinating nap and play-times. Duties will also include child-related light housekeeping and keeping the child's spaces and belongings clean and tidy. The family plans to hopefully have another child in the next year, so the nanny will take on care of both children eventually. It's important that the nanny be kind, calm, easy-going, and loving. The family is COVID-cautious and will want a nanny who is conservative in their risk aversion. You must be up to date on the COVID vaccine as well as TDAP and MMR to be considered. A driver's license is required for the role, and swimming skills are ideal but are not required. The salary range offered is $25 to $35 per hour (between $1,550 and $1,950 per week for the total hourly schedule) and the rate will reflect the experience and skill-set of the hired candidate. If you're interested and are legal to work in the US, apply to EB359.
A loving family of three in an informal home on the UES of NYC is seeking a local part-time housekeeper/cook. Ideally, the schedule would be Monday through Friday, 7am-11:30am. Duties include the primary cleaning and care of an informal three-bedroom apartment, laundry and ironing, managing the grocery order, and taking the dog for a quick walk before leaving. The family need someone comfortable making a few dinner entrées each week that can be heated later in the evening.
The family has a three-year-old son, who will be in school when the candidate is working, and has a nanny for all after-school childcare. They are looking for longevity and someone to join their family. You must be local to the NYC area and have a positive attitude. All candidates must be legal to work in the US with a US Passport, Green Card, or EAC and be fully vaccinated. If you are interested in this position, please apply to KS479.
A lovely mature private couple based in Europe is seeking a full-time year-round housekeeper for their secondary residence in Sag Harbor, NY. The family guarantees 40 hours of pay all 12 months of the year, but for 9 months of the year the average hours worked per week are between 20 and 30 (two days per week). In the summer months, the schedule will ramp up to six days per week (likely Monday through Saturday) and the housekeeper will be paid for any additional hours worked.
The job duties will consist of general housekeeping and upkeep of main residence and small cottage/office, light cooking and serving as needed, grocery shopping for the family and residence (and ensuring proper groceries are in stock at all times), washing, ironing and folding linens, towels, and clothing, assisting with packing and unpacking for moving and travel, wardrobe maintenance
and organization, care of the family dog, and creating and maintaining inventory lists.
You must have flexibility to work weekends and longer hours when the owners are in residence and should have the ability to perform quality cleaning with proficiency in special surfaces (wood, glass, leather, antiques, marble, silver, etc.). The family will likely bring in additional staff during the busy months, so you must be able to work independently as well as part of a team. You should be comfortable with iPhones, iPads, smart-home technology, printers, and WiFi, should have exceptional organizational skills and dedication to responsibilities, and should have verifiable experience working in a similar role for a private family where the utmost discretion is required. You must also have a valid driver's license and clean driving record. The salary range offered is $35 to $45 per hour ($1,400-$1,800 per week during the off season) and the rate will reflect the experience and skill-set of the hired candidate. If you're interested and are legal to work in the US, apply to EB371.
A wonderful and busy family is seeking a full-time housekeeper for their home in Nichols Canyon. The family has another full-time housekeeper during the week who works 10am to 6pm, so ideally this role will be the later shift, like 12pm to 8pm or 1pm to 9pm Monday through Friday with a total of 40 hours weekly guaranteed. The family is also open to hiring someone part-time if that's preferable. If someone is interested in working Sunday afternoons occasionally, that is also an option. Job responsibilities will involve general maintenance and deep cleaning of the family's home in coordination with the other full-time housekeeper. Duties may include but are not limited to, detail projects like polishing or sanitizing, laundry and pressing, tidying up the kitchen and common spaces to keep them organized and tidy, and other relevant tasks as needed. No cooking for the family will be required. Candidates must be conscientious and considerate team-players, have a calm and focused disposition with self-starting tendencies, as well as understand the importance of utilizing discretion and confidentiality in the workplace. Other requirements are that candidates possess attention to detail, take pride in their work, have great communication skills and a willingness to be hands-on with all aspects of the role, as well as have a positive and flexible attitude when responding to the team and principals. You must be comfortable with two small dogs in the home. The family is offering an hourly range of $35-$50 per hour, as well as a benefits. If you are interested and are legal to work in the US, please apply to EB356.
A wonderful family living in Scottsdale, AZ is searching for a full-time nanny/family assistant for their 4-year-old son. The schedule is Monday through Friday with flexibility on hours worked. The ideal schedule would be 8am-5pm with flexibility to occasionally work late nights or overnights. The parents are recently divorced and would ask the candidate to be available to work with both parents.
The job duties include care and engagement of their son, which includes, but is not limited to, getting him up and ready for school, grocery shopping, keeping the home stocked, organizing the home, being there for their son when he comes home from school, preparing basic meals for him, assisting with laundry for him if needed, and planning after-school activities. The parents have housekeepers who will clean the home but light/basic housekeeping through the day to keep the home organized would be ideal as well. The right candidate for this position is understanding, patient, kind, loving, and easy-going.
A valid driver’s license and your own car are required for this role. The ability to travel internationally or domestically is also required. If you legal to work in the US and are interested in this role, please apply to KA306.
A high-profile professional is looking for a full-time, semi-remote personal assistant. The role will be mostly remote as the principal travels and spends 70% of the year in hotels. You will be required to be on-site in the Hamptons for a few weeks in the summer and must be able to visit the NYC home when needed. The working hours are expected to be 40-50 hours per week (less once you get over the learning curve) but you must be available 24/7 on call for any requests.
The main responsibilities will include managing the principal's clothing and possession, coordinating the transport of belongings between homes and hotels, keeping inventory of all clothing items and watches, managing the principal's social calendar, making travel reservations, closet organization, packing for the principal, researching the best restaurants and bars for social events, making restaurant reservations, providing fashion advice, assisting with Instagram and Twitter postings, and troubleshooting any tech issues that come up.
The principal will seek fashion advice from the personal assistant, so experience in the fashion industry is preferred. There will be a learning curve when starting this role, but once you learn the principal's needs and gain his trust, the role will be 40 hours or less per week. The personal assistant will need to set up a system to manage the inventory of all clothing and belongings, this will take some time to establish. The ideal candidate will be incredibly organized, have a finger on the pulse of the NYC social scene, be upbeat, flexible, and personable. You must be tech-savvy for this role due to the social media responsibilities. The role offers a salary flexible in the range of $100,000 and $130,000 per year, full health benefits, and a 401k. If you meet all the requirements, please apply to GM571.
A lovely family in Roslyn, NY are seeking a nanny for their two children, ages 3 and 1.5-years-old. The ideal schedule will be Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm, with the flexibility for the occasional later night. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, overall care of their children; feeding, changing, bathing, etc., keeping them active and engaged, taking the initiative to come up with and provide fun age-appropriate activities, going on walks, taking them on outings, and helping with bath and bedtime when needed. This position will also include preparing food, running errands, and child related light housekeeping to help maintain an organized space (kids' laundry, sanitizing toys, and helping tidy child areas). Both parents have busy jobs working outside of the home, but they employ a live-in housekeeper who manages housekeeping, cooking, and supplemental childcare when necessary. The ideal candidate has an understanding of early childhood development, is kind and nurturing, and has the energy to keep up with their active sons. It is vital that they can find someone who can strike a balance between being self-sufficient and following directions from the parents to carry out their childcare philosophies. You must be tidy, detail-oriented, and extremely organized. Candidate must also be able to drive and swim and should have their own car to drive while at work (gas mileage will be reimbursed). The hourly rate is competitive and based on experience. If you're interested and are legal to work in the US, apply to EB355.
A very nice professional couple is looking for a long-term, full-time, live-out nanny, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. They are not offering relocation so the candidates must be local to the area. The role will ideally start by the end of March. The family includes the mother, father, 4-year-old boy, and 9-month-old girl. The 4-year old goes to school half-days.
This person must have several years of experience as a nanny for a private family. Experience must include caring for at least two children under age 4. The nanny must have experience with sleep training and food transitions. The mother makes her own baby food and would appreciate someone who can help her with that and a nanny who has healthy eating habits to forward onto their children. This person should know age-appropriate developmental activities, and keep the children engaged.
To be successful in this role, you must be energetic with the kids, have a calm and loving presence, take initiative and be proactive, and be a great communicator. The parents like to be sure there is an open line of communication, as a means to build a great working relationship, as they want to forge a long-term relationship with the nanny and have the role evolve as the children get older. The parents are very loyal and generous. They want someone who will be considered a collaborative member of their parenting team and be that helping hand to them. The mother said she herself had a nanny from when she was a toddler and that nanny stayed until she went to college (and even went to her wedding)- that is the kind of nanny she would like to have for her kids.
The family has a second home in Fairfield, CT. They spend the summer there and go often on weekends during the rest of the year. The Fairfield home is close to the Metro North train station. So if the nanny lives close enough, they can commute there daily during the summers. Otherwise for the summers, they will pay for a driver to pick up the nanny Monday mornings, the nanny can stay with them until Friday in Fairfield, then have a driver take the nanny back home Friday evenings. In the Fairfield house, the nanny would have their own bedroom/bathroom en-suite.
Hours will ideally be Monday through Friday, 8/8:30am-6:30pm. The nanny must be flexible to stay later, or work occasional weekends, if needed (example - if the parents would like to have a date night). The family is offering PTO, paid sick/personal days, main federal holidays paid, and a performance-based yearly bonus.
This person must have their valid U.S. Passport and be willing and able to travel domestically and internationally- they do not travel often international so this would mostly be travel to their home in Fairfield, CT. It would be a bonus if you have your valid drivers' license and if you know how to swim. The kids love the beach and their Fairfield house is right near the beach. You must be COVID, TDAP, and Flu vaccinated. The salary range is $30-$45/hour, contingent on experience. If interested, apply to VV265.
A professional couple based in the Flatiron District are seeking an exceptional chef. The schedule can be discussed in due course and can be tailored to the availability of the perfect candidate, though will ideally include lunch, dinner and snacks five days per week (this does not have to be Monday through Friday). The candidate will typically prepare food for 2 adults at all times, unless the client is entertaining.
Other responsibilities will include grocery shopping, stocking the pantry, and keeping the kitchen immaculately clean, tidy, and organized. Candidates must be deeply and authentically passionate about food and food procurement. They must also be open to exploring, learning, and improving - e.g. the client would love to send the candidate to Thailand to learn all they can about Thai food. The client eats everything and has no specific dietary requirements, though a foundation or interest in Japanese cuisine is preferred.
The client has a large dog, so candidates must be pet friendly. There will also be domestic and international travel (Japan/Italy/Spain are just a few examples), which the ideal candidate should be excited to do. Candidates must also have a valid driving license and clean driving record and be fully COVID vaccinated. The client is offering a salary of $120-$160k per year to the successful candidate, and will discuss a sum in excess of this for the right candidate. If you are interested and have a US passport, Green Card or EAC, please apply to KP417.
Working parents relocating from New York City to the Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles are seeking a seasoned live-out career nanny for their 1-year-old daughter, starting in late May 2023. The schedule will be Monday through Friday from 7am to 7pm, and responsibilities will pertain entirely to her care and well-being, which extends to her laundry, food, bathing, and ensuring she is on track developmentally.
The ideal candidate should be easygoing, with plenty of comparable experience with this age group, as well as superlative, verifiable references that corroborate this. Candidates must have received all vaccines, including COVID and influenza, and be willing to receive all CDC recommended booster shots. Finally, candidates must have a valid drivers license without restrictions and at least 5 years of driving experience.
The family are offering $40 per hour for the first 40 hours and then overtime at $60 per hour thereafter, which amounts to $145,600 per year. They are also offering a healthcare stipend to the successful candidate. If you are interested and have a US passport, Green Card or EAC, please apply to KP416.
A lovely family who splits their time between NYC and upstate NY (about 2-3 hours driving distance from the city) is seeking a full-time nanny for their toddler. The ideal candidate would be able to live-in with them at their secondary residence upstate through the summer of 2023 (the next six months) and then live-out in NYC long-term. In 2024 and beyond, the family would only need 5-days live-in during summers. The schedule will generally be Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 6:30pm (an average of 50 to 55 hours per week). They're flexible on the exact timing of the shift and can be especially flexible if the nanny wants to leave earlier on Fridays. The job duties include care and engagement of their toddler, which includes, but is not limited to, furthering their development with age-appropriate activities, preparing and serving her lunch, and coordinating nap and play-times. Duties will also include child-related light housekeeping and keeping the child's spaces and belongings clean and tidy. The family plans to hopefully have another child in the next year, so the nanny will take on care of both children eventually. It's important that the nanny be kind, calm, easy-going, and loving. The family is COVID-cautious and will want a nanny who is conservative in their risk aversion. You must be up to date on the COVID vaccine as well as TDAP and MMR to be considered. A driver's license is required for the role, and swimming skills are ideal but are not required. The salary range offered is $25 to $35 per hour (between $80,000 and $100,000 per year for the total hourly schedule) and the rate will reflect the experience and skill-set of the hired candidate. If you're interested and are legal to work in the US, apply to EB354.
A private couple is seeking a part-time cook to work out of their home in Coral Gables, FL. The schedule for this position is generally 2-3 days per week, and will likely include one weekend day. There may be some extra days requested for parties and events.
Duties include preparation of lunch and dinner, stocking and organizing the pantry and fridge, and keeping the kitchen area tidy. The couple enjoys fresh and flavorful food from a wide variety of cuisines. The ideal candidate will be personable, efficient, and creative. A COVID vaccine is required for this role. The couple has a sweet young dog, so candidates should be comfortable working around pets. If you are legal to work in the US and are interested in this position, please apply to AS394.
A family in Yonkers, NY is seeking a part-time after-school nanny for their 7-year-old son. The schedule is Monday through Friday 3pm-7pm. Generally the child will get out of school at 4pm and go to bed at 7pm. The school he attends is in Greenwich, CT and this role does involve picking him up after-school. The nanny will have use of the family's vehicle for any driving while working. The start date is flexible.
The ideal candidate will be trained in special education or will be pursuing a special education degree. The child is a bright, highly-functioning, fun-loving, neuro-divergent who can use some encouragement to step out of his comfort zone. The family would like to see him build on the outstanding social and academic instruction he is receiving at his school. Responsibilities include scheduling play-dates and social activities; supervising his homework; encouraging him to go above and beyond; driving him to OT and PT appointments; and occasional errands. The ideal candidate for this role is a mature, proactive, problem-solver, who takes initiative, is a good communicator, is receptive to feedback, is loving and gentle with him, and can help coax him into trying new things and foods.
If the nanny desires more hours, the family can offer occasional weekend help and/or if the care provider enjoys cooking she can also have more hours by cooking for the family 1-2 hours additionally per day.
There are 2 cats and 1 hypo-allergenic dog in the home. There is preference of COVID vaccination for this role but this is not a requirement. 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 HN139.
A busy family based on the Upper West Side are seeking an educated nanny/family assistant. Their current long-term nanny of 5 years is starting her own family and will be leaving in the Summer, so it would be ideal if the new candidate could start sooner rather than later to enable a comprehensive handover and set the candidate up for success. The schedule will be a guaranteed 40 hours- likely 11:30am-7:30pm Monday through Friday during the academic year, and an earlier start (and generally an earlier finish) when the girls are off school (i.e. when they are sick or during the school vacations - Christmas, Spring, Summer etc.).
In terms of how the candidate’s days will be structured, the mornings will be spent supporting the family and the household, and the afternoons will be focused on the girls (aged 5 and 7), who generally finish school at 4pm. Family assistance will include, though is not limited to; assisting both working parents in a miscellaneous capacity, maintaining the family calendar, overseeing household scheduling, research, planning, and packing for family travel/events, maintaining household inventory, managing household maintenance, running errands, and generally keeping the home running efficiently. Childcare responsibilities will include daily care of the girls, meal prep and laundry (if required - there will be a housekeeper/nanny to assist with this), school pick-up, taking the girls to various activities, ensuring all things school-related are on track, and more.
The ideal candidate will have a child-related or other relevant college degree (at minimum), as well as relevant experience working in a similar capacity with the same age group. Candidates should be presentable, sharp, tech savvy, and extremely organized, with a team-player mentality. Autonomy and being able to take initiative/take the reins is required, while being comfortable and intuitive enough to step back when the parents are able to spend time with the girls outside of their busy work schedules, which may happen without notice at times. The parents value reliability, punctuality, professionalism, and good judgment in a candidate.
Only those candidates who are seeking a long-term engagement, with verifiable longevity in previous roles, should apply. The family travel both domestically and internationally and will typically do this without the candidate, though the candidate must be willing to travel to the family’s second home in CT on occasion. Only those candidates who are fully COVID vaccinated, and up to date on their flu shot, will be considered. The family are offering $130,000 per year, overtime after 40 hours, and will discuss compensation upwards of this sum for the right candidate - they are seeking the best of the best. If you are interested and have a US passport, Green Card or EAC, please apply to KP418.
A busy and artistic family based in Brooklyn Heights is seeking a top-notch nanny/family assistant for their two girls, ages 6 and 9. The schedule will be a guaranteed 40 hours - likely 11:30am-7:30pm Monday through Friday during the academic year, and an earlier start (and generally an earlier finish) when the girls are off school (i.e. when they are sick or during the school vacations - Christmas, Spring, Summer etc.). Flexibility will be needed for later evenings (with a corresponding later start) or occasional overnights when the parents are busy with work events and travel. In terms of how the candidate’s days will be structured, the mornings will be spent supporting the family and the household, and the afternoons will be focused on the girls and their routines and extra curriculars. Both parents work but mom's schedule is a bit more flexible, so you'd work collaboratively to manage the children's schedules and needs. They are flexible on start time as all the children are in school, but will always need availability during the evening hours. Childcare responsibilities will include daily care of the girls, school pick-up, engagement in their respective interests, and light housekeeping, meal prep, and laundry for the girls. The ideal candidate will have a child-related or other relevant college degree (at minimum), as well as relevant experience working in a similar capacity with the same age group. Candidates should be warm and loving while maintaining boundaries to ensure the children respect them as an authority. They parent their children with empathy and understanding, so the nanny will need to be open to working with the parents in a partnership to carry out the discipline that works for each child. The ideal person is tech savvy, active, and organized, with a team-player mentality and a strong sense of discretion. Autonomy and being able to take initiative/take the reins is required, while being comfortable and intuitive enough to step back when the parents are able to spend time with the girls outside of their busy work schedules, which may happen without notice at times. The parents value reliability, punctuality, professionalism, and good judgment in a candidate. The family travel both domestically and internationally and will often do so without the nanny, but would love the option to bring childcare support or leave the girls with a trusted nanny (always with advanced notice and right of first refusal). The family is looking for someone energetic and proactive with a positive attitude. The family spends some time during the Summers in Connecticut, so occasionally the nanny would join them between Monday and Friday (either commuting 1 hour from Grand Central or staying over during the week). Confident swimming skills would be a huge plus. A valid driver's license and confidence driving in the city is required. You must be comfortable with a small dog in the home. The family are offering between $40 and $60 per hour (~$85,000-$125,000 for the 40 hours) and can provide benefits as part of the compensation package. If you are interested and have a US passport, Green Card or EAC, please apply to EB357.
A professional couple in SoHo is looking for a long-term, full-time, weekend nanny for their 3 children, aged 14-months, 4-years, and 8-years-old. The schedule will vary week to week, you will always work Saturday and Sunday, but you may be required to do Thursday evening through Monday morning. Due to the need to be on call Thursday through Monday, the family will offer guaranteed hours whether you work 10 or 40 hours per week. The salary they are offering will be dependent on experience, $60,000-$100,000/year. The family has homes in Manhattan and Upstate NY, you will be required to travel upstate with the family and live-in there 6-8 weeks of the year. Occasional late nights and overnights will also be required.
This position requires a nanny who has experience with three very different developmental stages and is comfortable working with multiple children simultaneously. The children are energetic, so you must be comfortable running around with them or getting on the floor to play with them. The parents would ideally love to find someone who is very warm, loving, bubbly, cheerful, very upbeat, energetic, caring, and responsible. The ideal candidate for this role will be warm and engaging and will take direction well and have a strong attention to detail, as well as a sense of maturity.
The main responsibilities will be everything relating to the children including, but not limited to; bottle feeding, preparing baby food, changing diapers, taking children to the park/playground, doing arts and crafts, taking the children to classes, completing children's laundry, keeping the children's areas tidy, loading the dishwasher, engaging with the children, assisting with bath and bedtime routine, communicating and working with the parents to provide the best care for their children, monitoring and fostering developmental milestones, and helping the family's daily lives run as smoothly as possible. You must be COVID and flu vaccinated. The ideal start date will be ASAP. If you meet all the requirements, please apply to GM570.
A lovely family in San Francisco, CA are seeking a nanny for their 1.5-year-old son to start as soon as possible. The ideal schedule will be Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm, with the flexibility for the occasional date night and weekend event.
Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, overall care of their son; feeding, changing, bathing, etc, keeping him active and engaged by taking the initiative to come up with and provide fun age-appropriate activities, going on walks, taking him on outings, and helping with bath and bedtime when needed. This position will also include preparing food, and child related light housekeeping to help maintain an organized space, sanitizing toys, and helping tidy child areas.
The ideal candidate is looking for a long-term placement, is very bright, outgoing, kind, nurturing, can work independently but also as a team with parents and is happy to be an extension of their parenting philosophies, and has the energy to keep up with an active toddler. Someone who is up for occasional travel is ideal. Candidate must also be able to drive and swim. Candidates must be up to date on vaccinations, including flu, T-Dap and COVID. The hourly rate is competitive and based on experience. The family has one dog, so you must be okay with pets in the home. If you are interested, are legal to work in the US, and are trustline certified, please apply to SK067.