This happy and friendly family (currently in Half Moon Bay while their Atherton home is under construction) is looking for an experienced, devoted nanny to assist them in raising their newborn baby girl, who is 2 months old. She has been under care for their NCS 12 hours per night from her first days. It is vital to the family that their nanny is knowledgeable in early childhood development and all milestones. Duties: Engage the child in age-appropriate activities, reading, playing, taking her outside for a walk in the park, etc. Establish a firm daily routine/schedule and naps. Keep a log of changing diapers and meals. Plan activities by consulting with the parents. Take care of the baby's laundry, dishes, and baby bottles, and general tidy up in the play area or the kitchen after meals. Prepare meals for the child when she is ready for solid foods.
The family has a small, sweet Boston Terrier (20 pounds) and an elderly kitty (20 years old) who kind of stays in her room all day (she's old, so she sleeps a lot).
Compensation: $33/hr - $37/hr DOE
10am -5pm, Monday - Friday, 10am -3pm Saturday.
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