$15 – 25/hr
I'm looking for a great nanny for 1 child. Meal Preparation: Meals for child. Errands / groceries: Not always , but every now and then I miss something I need for week :). Light Housekeeping: Keep child bathroom cleaned, change sheets. keep house tidy in general. Pick-up or Drop-off: School pick up. Has Own Car: Must have car. Schedule Details: Tues/ Thurs 9:30-6:30
Friday 2:00 - 5:30
Summertime will change due to camp. About the child(ren): My child is fun, funny, spunky, warm, loving, sassy, 3 and testing , needs someone fun active stern loving cuddley. Schedule will change in summer, due to camp. off on jewish holidays will advise in advance. we do not offer pay on days off.
$10 – 15/hr
Queens Village, NY
We are a young Jewish couple looking for a long term live-in Nanny.
- We ask: In addition to taking care of the baby during the week, help with laundry, dishes, cleaning around the house, light meal preparation, and respect for/willingness to learn certain Jewish traditions so we can keep a kosher home. No smoking.
- We offer: $100/day + full room and board 7 days a week, giving you the option of staying with us over weekends. Baby is calm, and two very active and engaged parents means you will be part of a team when we are not working.
We would prefer someone who is not rigid with their hours, as our schedule and needs vary.
$15 – 20/hr
We are looking for a warm, fun-loving, responsible individual to care for our 5 yo daughter and 1 yo son approximately 15 hours a week. Additional hours possible as needed.
We had a wonderful nanny through Care. com for over three years, until she moved away. So now we are looking for someone who is experienced, very caring and attentive, calm and centered, open-minded and openhearted, and who loves spending quality time with a toddler and a kindergartner.
If your idea of a good time includes: singing and playing music; telling stories and reading books; holding and cuddling; taking walks; arts and crafts; running through sprinklers; and plenty of diapers - please contact us!
Ideal candidate can start this month. Seeking someone who can prep some (vegetarian) meals and handle some light housekeeping. Duties include some school pick-ups and drop-offs.
We are looking for someone who would be a joy to have in our home -- and, likewise, will enjoy being in our home. A sense of humor, progressive values, love of the outdoors, and a sense of spirituality are all big pluses.
Hours would ideally be somewhat flexible. As well, some additional evenings and weekends would be offered, but not expected.
In addition to our two kids, we are a rabbi/dharma teacher and a progressive Christian minister/social activist, (We are raising the kids Jewish.)
We need a nanny for our 2 children in Miami Beach. And we're looking now! Light Housekeeping: 2 times a week while kids at school. About the child(ren): Two great girls. Look for someone young at heart, responsible, good reading books and keeping kids focused . Teaching, first aid, early childhood development all a plus. We are an modern Orthodox Jewish family, and have special requirements we will need to train a candidate on if they have not worked for a Jewish family before.
My wife Rebecca and I are looking for a full-time nanny for our (currently) 3-month-old son, A, starting in January.
A little about us: we're college sweethearts who moved out here from Boston about 7 years ago. Now we both work in tech and live in Noe Valley with A and our two cats. We love to play music and tennis together and are active in the Noe/Mission Jewish community. We're pretty laid back people and are looking for a warm, loving, fun nanny for Art when we're both back at work.
Looking for a full time nanny for my 4-month-old and part time nanny for my 21-month-old (who attends Jewish day school). We want a nanny who will be willing to speak Hebrew to kids so they can learn a second language!! Looking forward to hearing from you!
Hi, I'm Mitzi. My husband and I are moving to Daly City from Oakland with our newborn son next month. Starting in April 2018, I would like to begin part-time nanny care for him. We need childcare support during the work day, Wednesdays through Friday. While our ideal scenario would be a part-time nanny share with another local family, our most important concern is finding a good fit for our son. We are friendly, thoughtful and family-oriented. We our a multicultural family (Chinese, Mexican and Jewish). Our son will be with my mom, a native Spanish speaker, Monday-Tuesday. We would love for him to continue having Spanish exposure during the week (although it is not essential). We are hoping to find some good leads over the next month!
Need experience with newborns. Offering 500 a week. Light housekeeping including baby's laundry and general organization. Baby is going to be 3 months old. At least three references from nanny jobs required. Hours 8-5 except Friday which is 8-3. Legal holidays off and most Jewish holidays off. Pay will be for holidays with the exception of three weeks out of the year which we spend away at family. (Passover and one week of vacation usually sometime in the winter). Additional needs include light housekeeping of or apartment.
We need a nanny for our 1 child in Tucson. And we're looking now! Light Housekeeping: Dishes or clear tables, pick up play room, vacuum. Meal Preparation: Maybe prep dinner. Errands / groceries: Maybe grocery errand or assist with home office. We're orthodox Jewish and look forward to having someone who is comfortable in this household environment.
I'm looking for a great nanny for 2 children. Pick-up or Drop-off: May do pick up from our son's preschool. May take our daughter to outside activities. About the child(ren): We have a 4. 5-year-old son and a 18-month-old daughter. Our son is in pre-school 5 days a week, sometimes until 3:30 and other times until 12:45. Our daughter is at home, for the most part. We are a family just transitioning to suburban life. We are a Jewish family who keeps Kosher. Laura (Mom) is a Wedding Planner and her schedule fluctuates from time to time. We are hoping to connect with someone with a certain amount of flexibility.
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