This busy Stanford family is seeking a full-time nanny to care for their two sweet and active boys, ages 7 and 4, and to provide tutoring and support with distance learning for their older son who is entering the 2nd grade this fall. The schedule is Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
The ideal candidate will have a teaching or tutoring background and have experience caring for children within these age ranges. A nanny with food allergy experience and use of an EpiPen is a plus, as one of the boys has a peanut allergy.
Primary responsibilities will support the boys’ daily schedules and will include helping with schoolwork and homework, engaging the children in fun and educational outdoor activities, reading, playtime, and quiet time as a substitute for daily naps. Other duties include preparing breakfast and lunch for the children and helping out with child-related laundry and light cleaning if time allows. Both parents are currently working from home during COVID-19 but will eventually be returning to the office. The schedule and hours for this position are flexible for the right candidate!
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