San Mateo Family looking for temporary Nanny for Oct. – Dec. $30/hr

Published
September 14, 2022
Location
San Mateo
Category
Nanny  
Job Type
Job Number
39170
Commitment Length
Temporary
Schedule
Full-Time
Base Salary
$30/hr

Description

First time parents are needing a temporary nanny for October, November and December. Their son will be 4 months old at the start and they would like an experienced, trustworthy, loving nanny who will go for walks, help maintain his schedule of naps and bottles and who can share advice from their years of experience. They live in downtown San Mateo and walking distance to Central Park and the library. Mom will be working from home two days a week and commuting into the office three days starting in November. 

  • October 3 through November 4th, 5 Weeks, 30 Hours A Week
  • 11/7- 12/22, 6 Weeks, 45 Hours A Week
  • Not needed the weeks of Thanksgiving & Christmas
  • Light housework including watering the plants and garden
  • Compensation; $30/hour 
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