NHS Worker Nanny Vacancy
I am a single parent with my daughter who is nine years of age, we require a loving and caring nanny to join our team and care for her whilst I work. My daughter is a very bright and independent child who loves being outside, climbing trees and generally being active. She also loves arts and crafts and being creative and reading is an important activity in her life. This is something we both enjoy doing together and we hope to find someone that enjoys doing all of these things too!
I work as a paramedic in the NHS, which is shift work. Therefore, it is important for the applicant to understand that flexibility and reliability is vital when taking on this role.
Nanny Job Responsibilities:
• Taking my daughter to swimming after school on Mondays.
• On school mornings drop off and pick up on weekdays.
• Providing an overall environment that enables my daughter to safely learn and play
The hours of employment will vary from month to month, but the shifts are set at two/three shifts per week working weekdays and weekends so we can come to a specified wage that will make it the same each month.
The typical weekday morning shift would be 05:30 or 06:30 start - take to school for 08:30 then pick up from school at 03:15pm finishing at 18:30 or 19:30.
The weekend will be a full 13-hour day with the same as above finish and start times (just no school drop of in the middle)
Night shift sleep ins are a requirement for this role, typically starting at 17:30/18:30 and finishing at 06:30/07:30(am).
£10-12 Per hour - Depending on experience.
(Fuel expenses will be paid for school drop off and pick-ups)
• Creating a safe, nurturing environment
• Excellent communication skills
Education, Experience, and Licensing Requirements:
• Must be willing to becoming Ofsted registered (if not already) – I will pay for this when an agreement is made.
• Must be over 18 years old
• Must be a car driver.
|Last Updated: 12/06/2021|
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