Nanny for Newborn in San Francisco

February 14, 2023
Marina - Pacific Heights
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Beautiful family in San Francisco are looking for an experienced, warm, kind, and dedicated professional nanny to start caring for their newborn baby in July - August 2023. Both parents work some days from home. Safety is the number one priority for these first-time parents. They want to hire someone who is punctual, responsible, dependable, and familiar with child development stages.

The nanny's main priority is to engage the baby verbally, mentally and physically through sons, reading and playing age-appropriate games, fill the day with meaningful activities, and help develop cognitively, physically and socially. If time permits, assist with baby laundry and all child-related light cleaning and organizing.

Compensation: $35/hr. Regular schedule 8am - 5pm, Mon. - Fr.

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