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Aunt Ann's In-House Staffing's Client Published: August 21, 2019
Location
San Francisco, CA
Job Type
Category
Industry
Childcare
Position
Nanny
Schedule
Split Shift: see description below for details
Salary Amount or Range
$30/hour net
Children
2 girls (5 and 8)
Pets
n/a
Bay Area region
San Francisco

Description

SCHEDULE (40 hours):

    • 7:15am-9:30am
    • 2 days a week 12p-6:30p
    • another 2 days a week 2p-6:30p
    • plus two date nights

This family is looking for a nanny to care for their two girls ages 5 and 8 years old. Duties will include helping the children get ready for school and dropping them off, running errands as needed on longer days, picking up the children from school and taking them to activities, helping with homework, and helping with dinner prep. Their ideal candidate is active, organized and will be an amazing role model to their girls.

 

Experience Requirements

- 2 years minimum working in a private home with verifiable references

Educational Requirements

- Fluency in English

Qualifications

- Must have clean driving record and reliable car for use (family will reimburse for gas)
- Experience working with school-age children
- Organized
- Active
- Takes initiative

Responsibilities

- Drop-off and pick-up from school
- Drive to after-school activities
- Homework help
- Run errands (groceries, dry cleaning, etc.)
- Light laundry / tidying up
- Carpool
- Schedule play dates
- Light dinner prep

Skills

- Excellent communication skills
- Multi-tasking abilities
- Pitch-in attitude
- Easily connects with school-age children
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