Palo Alto Family looking for a Full-Time Nanny, $40-45/hr DOE

Published
August 25, 2022
Location
Palo Alto
Category
Nanny  
Job Type
Job Number
38710
Commitment Length
Long-Term
Schedule
Full-Time
Work Hours
Base Salary
$40-45/hr

Description

Palo Alto family is looking for someone who is experienced and has done this job before (taking care of two children). Strong communicator understands their job very well, responsible and reliable.

Strong written and verbal communication, to keep a journal of what the children are interested in, their food intake, when out at the park are shy or not. Light clean up after the kids and keeping things tidy. Someone who can work with us as we work from home office.

  • M-F, 8am - 5pm
  • Good DMV record
  • Car will be provided
  • Wearing masks when indoors but not when outdoors
  • Testing every 2 weeks
  • US passport holder
  • Ability to travel with the family abroad for a few weeks at a time
  • No pets
  • Compensation: $40-45/hr DOE
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