Our 8 year old daughter is absolutely obsessed with becoming a YouTube star but neither me nor my husband have any idea on how to help her out.
We’re looking for a nanny anyway to help support us with our busy lifestyles, so thought perhaps we could find someone who can assist her with her channel seeing as they’ll be with her for a significant amount of time in the week.
We’d like for someone to help get our daughter ready for school each morning, then to pick her up afterwards, make her dinner and to help with her video projects until we come home at 7pm (6 hours a day, Monday - Friday). We’d love for someone to spend that spare time in the evening, a couple of hours or so, helping her to plan, record, edit and publish her creations, so the right person needs to be far more techy than we are!
Our beautiful little girl is such a natural in front of the camera, and this is the only thing that has kept her attention for longer than a couple of weeks, so we really believe that with her passion she could really make something of herself over the next couple of years. She is really talented! She does already have her own YouTube, she loves singing and doing mini make-up tutorials but it is in need of polishing up.
In addition to helping out with YouTube, we’d also like the nanny to help teach our daughter about the importance of online safety - this is vital. As a couple, we agree that if creating and sharing videos online is something that she’s so adamant on doing, then we want to make sure that she is learning to navigate potential dangers online.
The right person will have fantastic digital skills, as well as the creativity and practical skills to help our daughter to plan, film and edit her YouTube videos. Ideally the candidate will already be a successful YouTuber in their own right.
We’re willing to pay the right nanny £25 per hour and would like to get the ball rolling by the end of August, in time for when the new school term starts. It’d be a big bonus if the nanny has a successful social media account themselves or a digital portfolio they can show us, and ideally would want the nanny to do a trial shift if possible.
|Last Updated: 07/08/2019|