Nanny for 3 month-old in San Francisco, $35-40/hr, DOE

Published
November 11, 2022
Location
San Francisco
Category
Nanny  
Job Type
Job Number
39555
Commitment Length
Long-Term
Schedule
Full-Time
Work Hours
Base Salary
$35-40/hr

Description

A young family in San Francisco is looking for an experienced, warm, kind, and dedicated professional nanny to become an extension of their family. Mom will be working part-time from home. Most of the time, both parents will be working from home.
Safety is the number one priority for these first-time parents. They want to hire someone punctual, responsible and dependable, and familiar with child development stages.
The nanny's duties are to engage with the baby, play age-appropriate games, fill the day with meaningful activities, and help him develop cognitively, physically, and socially.
Assisting with the Child's laundry, child-related light cleaning, and preparing baby food.
Schedule: 8 am - 5pm
Compensation: $35-40/hr DOE
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