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I have been babysitting and taking care of kids for awhile now. I babysat two little boys almost every weekend (ages 3 & 9) and during the summer I was a nanny to a 1-year-old girl/ 2-year-old boy. However, I started school at UNCW this past fall, and I am now planning on staying in Wilmington. I would love to continue babysitting/ nannying if possible. I am majoring in childhood education so experience is always good!
5 yrs of exp.
Part-time Nanny, Or Babysitter Available
From my sophomore year in high school until I left for college, I worked as a nanny for one little girl. When I first started she was 6 months old, and last summer she just turned 3. I cooked breakfast, lunch, and prepared snacks for her, I cleaned the house, and played with her inside and outside. I worked from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 5 days a week. I have been working in a art studio since I was 13. I taught classes once a week for 2 hours and assisted the director of the art camp for 5 hours everyday for a week. The age range of the children participating in the art classes were 3-15. Each class had approximately 10 children. I am the oldest of 5, soon to be 7(adoption) I have grown up babysitting and have a lot of experience with all ages of children. I have been babysitting several families since I was 12, including working in the church nursery and teaching children's Sunday school class.
5 yrs of exp.
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Greensboro family needs a part-time babysitter/nanny. Must love toddlers! Our ideal match will meet the requirements below. Responsibilities would include meal prep. It is important to us that you have your own car. An interest in music and drama is a plus. Arts and crafts lovers are strongly encouraged to apply! Preference given to those who love reading to kids. What we're looking for is someone who can be available on short notice at times due to an unforeseen fever. Or two!! :-( Also to cover for daycare closings because of Holidays or teacher enrichment. Thank you!
We are searching for someone to care for and love our 4 children. We have 3 girls, ages 13, 10, and 2 as well as a boy that is 1. We'd prefer someone that is athletic and enjoys outdoor activities. The two older girls are home schooled so guidance with their daily assignments is required. Drop off and pick up from home school co-op, sports, and church activities as well as light tidying and laundry (picking up after toddlers). Cheery disposition, a self starter, and being well organized is a must! We hope that our new Nanny will become an extension to our family. The position will begin in two weeks. Please contact me with more information about yourself if interested. We currently live in High Point but both work. We will be moving in the next few months to Northern GSO, Oak Ridge, or Summerfield. Must have your own car.
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Experience: Strong background and experience in overnight camping and/or related fields. Desire and ability to work with children and adults in camp setting. Ability to creatively plan and schedule programs and activities, and to maximize skills and talents of staff members under your direct and indirect supervision. A college undergraduate or graduate, preferably with strong background in field relevant to camp work. A background in psychology, counseling, or social work is highly desired. Must be self-starter and able to work with a minimum of supervision. Must have leadership skills and be able to motivate, manage, and counsel other staff. Role: The Camp Care Director s primary job function is to work alongside the Directors and the Unit Heads in ensuring campers and staff are being well cared both physically and emotionally. The ideal candidate should be compassionate, patient and flexible. The position requires an excellent communicator, adept at dealing with campers as well as parents. This person serves a member of the camp Leadership Team, helping shape and enact camp policies and programs. Responsibilities: Planning and implementing the camp care curriculum for staff orientation Supporting staff (counselors, coaches and house parents) to work with regular and complex camper issues Serve as the primary communicator with parents in all non-medical situations Contribute to the overall positive morale of the camp community. Address any problems or questions as they arise and resolve conflicts Directly responsible for health and welfare of all participants. Be involved in daily lives of campers and counselors; update directors with concerns on consistent basis Supporting campers who need support beyond bunk staff Supporting first time campers Supporting campers with special needs Responding to parent phone calls and communicating with parents as needed Communicating and coordinating with Health Center to provide complete care Coordinating campers coming in and out of camp outside of Opening and Closing Days Coordinating birthdays and other celebrations Overseeing camper files both maintenance and sharing with staff Be prepared to help with logistics and other needs as assigned by the Director
$3,000 - 5,000/year
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