Nanny/Family Position in Menlo Park for 2 girls – $34-38/hr

Published
July 20, 2022
Location
Menlo Park
Category
Nanny  
Job Type
Job Number
38813
Commitment Length
Long-Term
Schedule
Full-Time
Work Hours
Base Salary
$34-38/hr

Description

This lovely Menlo Park family is looking for a nanny/family assistant to help them raise their two little girls who are 3 and 6 years-old. Mom begins working at 6 am and so it is important to the family that the nanny comes at 7am to help support the morning routine for the girls such as prepping them for school. The family is interested in a nanny who can really get to know their children as individuals and help them grow into kind young adults.

Early morning duties include breakfast, packing lunches, and driving them to school and pick up. While children are in school, the nanny will be helping with organizing the girl's rooms, laundry, or picking up groceries.

Compensation: $34-38/hr

Work Hours: 7am - 4pm

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