We are looking for a creative, energetic, warm and organised nanny to look after our 5 year old daughter and 3 year old son.
Our children love being outside and doing arts and crafts. They enjoy going on outings and adventures. There really is never a dull moment here!
We have employed a nanny for the last four years. She is part of the family and we have never had any problems. We treat her as a childcare professional and let her get on with what she does best; we have never asked her to do anything that does not relate directly to the children. We always give ample notice of babysitting and have been flexible when she has needed time off.
The nanny will need to pick up from nursery and school and take the children home to help with reading and give dinner. During term time, the nanny will need to work between 3 pm and 7 pm Monday to Thursday. During the school holidays, longer days will be required and the nanny will need to take the children out and do activities with them.
The nanny must:
- be first aid trained
- be Ofsted registered
- have a current DBS check
- have at least two years' experience of being in sole charge of young children
Salary to be agreed but we will pay the same each month to take into account the longer days during the holidays. It will work out as about 23/4 hours a week throughout the year.
It is absolutely essential that the nanny drives.
|Last Updated: 21/05/2019|
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