Nanny Position for Special Needs Boy in Palo Alto

Published
June 11, 2022
Location
Palo Alto
Category
Nanny  
Job Type
Job Number
39033
Commitment Length
Long-Term
Schedule
Part-Time
Base Salary
$35/hr

Description

This family is looking for someone to provide care and accompaniment to their 7-year old son. He is diagnosed of Fragile X Syndrome and Autism. The family doesn't require that the nanny is an expert in children with developmental delays, but they are looking for someone that is curious, motivated, willing to learn, and kind. An understanding of the child’s condition and its implications is of paramount importance for the performance of the job. The individual must excel in the following basic areas: positive interaction with child, observation, flexibility, consistency, planning, positive attitude and patience. They are hoping to find a nanny that enjoys playing with kids and being a part of their learning.

Compensation:$35/hr

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