Busy Los Altos family is looking for energetic, Montessori Exp. nanny $35-37/hr DOE

Published
September 19, 2022
Location
Los Altos Hills
Category
Nanny  
Job Type
Job Number
39396
Commitment Length
Long-Term
Schedule
Full-Time
Work Hours
Base Salary
$35-37/hr DOE

Description

Family has two children with newborn on the way. Older toddler is in school full time. The nanny will be responsible  for the one year-old boy and helping with the newborn in a few months. Family is looking for someone who observes and guides children, helps with emotional regulation and explains to kids what’s happening (like sports casting), indulges children's' curiosities about the world and nature. Mom will stay home with the baby first 6 months.Duties: Helping with errands (pick up groceries for example). Swimming with the kids would great and be able to assist is important. Driving children to activities. Car will be provided. Children's Laundry and Child Related Light cleaning. Family has separate offices where they work.

$35-37/hr DOE

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