Nanny for adorable 4-months-old baby boy in San Jose

Published
November 23, 2022
Location
San Jose
Category
Nanny  
Job Type
Job Number
39591
Commitment Length
Long-Term
Schedule
Full-Time
Work Hours
Base Salary
$33/hr

Description

Lovely, first-time parents in the Almaden area of San Jose are looking for someone caring, reliable, and somewhat flexible (willing to assist on occasional evenings). Both parents have fairly demanding work schedules, and the nanny needs to be punctual.

They hope to find someone they can trust, connect with, and care for their super adorable 4-month-old baby boy. The nanny should be a good communicator and be familiar with the child's developmental milestones and be able to enrich his life with daily stimulating activities.

Child's safety is a priority! Dad sometimes works from home in his office. The family has 3 friendly little dogs. They are well-trained to use the doggy door. No pet care is required.

Schedule 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Compensation: $33-35/hr DOE

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