by Sobia • Leeds
9 hours a week. The pay rate is £8. 75 an hr. Additional hours on weekend may be required at a higher rate. (Hours vary). Depending on the individual too.
Please note that you will be paid by Leeds City Council on a monthly basis and wage slips will be provided. Also an enhanced DBS check will be done via Leeds CIL, free of charge. If you would like to know more, please contact me. A car driver is a must and qualifications in teaching children/Special Needs is an added bonus. You will be working with my 9 year old daughter and 4 year old son, picking up Beecroft from Primary school, taking to the library and doing reading and school homework/extra tution/taking to football and swimming then dropping off at home. The job is due to start immediately for the right candidate. This is a permanent post, and there are hours to be worked in the school holidays too, however the job duties and timings will change for example: I will need you in mornings and late afternoons. As the above funding has been approved via a care plan through social services there is always extra hours available if you require them. Please do not hesitate to contact me if further information is required. Thank you.
by Chew Theng • Cambridge
We are looking for a nurturing and responsible carer to look after our child. We would like someone with a few years experience, references, and who lives near Cambridge. Thank you for reading. Looking forward to hearing from you.
by Sacha • Oxford
I need a fun and Lively Nanny to play with and care for my nearly three year old daughter. You must be able to change a diaper, be a non smoker and be pet friendly!
Please leave your number in your text so I can contact you easily - or check this website regularly! we are in OX2
by Hazel • Edinburgh
I'm looking for an experienced babysitter or child minder to take care of two young children over the summer. This would include picking up my four-year-old son from playgroup and looking after him and a 1-year-old for one or two afternoons a week. Ideally you would have a few years of experience, references and live near Edinburgh EH7. Send me a message to receive further details.
by Gemma • London
Looking for someone to pick up my two girls (3.5y and 20m) at 8.30am and walk them 10 minutes to their nursery and take them inside.
We have a double buggy they will be in.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday mornings.
The whole thing takes about 20 minutes.
Times and days are fixed.
Our home is on Canonbury Square and nursery is Shepperton Rd, so it would suit someone arriving at H&I station and working down near Essex Rd, or someone who lives very close.
I pay £25/week for 3x20 mins work.
by Kathy • London
We are looking for pick up from school and after school care for our son on Tuesday.
Needs to be able to drive. We have a car or can use own car. Needs to prepare dinner for child. 3.30pm-7pm.
by Fabrizio • London
We are seeking an experienced Nanny on a flexible basis, ideally fluent in English and ideally Italian, although this is just a bonus as Eric is English/Italian. She will help to take care of a 8 years old sweet boy named Eric Alexander (Italian/English). The Nanny would be needed from 3 until 7:30-8 pm Monday to Friday as well as 3 school runs weekly, flexibility is required and essential. The estimated number of hours weekly will average around 25 but this might vary and it is not guaranteed. I and Eric are looking for a Nanny who is positive, energetic and has a passion for working with children.
The duties for this position would include:
-Taking Eric to and from school
-Taking Eric on outings
-Playing games together
- Organising activities with other children
-Taking Eric to activities such as football, tennis, math club, boy-scouts
- Assisting with the Eric's homework and learning
- Cooking a variety of healthy meals
- Helping with bath time
-Organising their school bag and clothes for the next day
-Doing laundry for Eric
- Other duties as and when needed/required
I would like to hire as soon as possible. The candidate would be asked to prepare meals for the children so you must have experience cooking as well as have a good education as helping with English homework is of crucial importance. Ideally we would like someone long term, a contract of employment will be offered.
by Aurelie • London
Hi, I am living in London E7 and I need someone to take care of our child. You should be an experienced and responsible childcare provider. I'm very excited to find the right match. My rota change every week as I am working in a private hospital. Please send us a message if you are interested.
by Louise • London
We're a lovely family based in Stoke Newington (N16) looking for an after-school carer to collect my 2 children (aged 5 and 7) from school from at 3.30pm.
I’m looking for someone who could do 3 days a week - probably Tuesday to Thursday - but can be flexible on days. With my current nanny it typically works out at around 10-12 hours per week.
Both kids are based at the same school. I'll need you to bring them home and give them dinner and play games / do homework with them until I get home at 630/7pm. Some days you might need to drop them or pick them up from after school activity clubs, but these are always in the local area. There’s also the potential for extra hours in holidays and babysitting too.
The job will start officially in September/October but it would be great if you have some availability before the start date so you can get to know the children.
This might suit a student or a childcare professional with another part time position.
Let me know if you're interested! Would be great to chat more.
by Andreia • London
Hello, we are searching for a responsible, reliable and energetic carer with a few years experience who can help us with 2 children. Please apply if you think you'd be a good match for our family.