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I have been tutoring for 5 years both privately and through large corporations. I specialize in mathematics and science and have certificates of competency in all levels of mathematics Calculus 2 and below. also have experience in childcare. This includes working as a local nanny and also working in a professional setting. Some of my professional childcare experience includes working in child care centers in the YMCA and becoming a YMCA camp counselor. These include working with children that range in ages of 8 months to 18 years of age.
5 yrs of exp.
Hello, my name is Wylie and I am 14 years old. I don't have tons of experience with professional babysitting specifically but kids tend to like me and I enjoy looking after them, plus I've been trusted to look after kids a few times before, just by family friends. I would enjoy cooking snacks or baking with the kids, playing games outside, and maybe watching a good movie later on. I finished 8th grade with all As, so I could help the kids with any schoolwork if needed. I'm also the student council president this coming year. I do yard work for my parents often and lots of chores around the house. I enjoy art, soccer, and music so that would also come in for activities to do. Thank you!
0 yrs of exp.
Under 18
Hello, I'm Brianna! My family has always been known for our love of animals. We are currently a part of Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati, and have 3 wonderful rescues along with 3 loving dogs of our own. We love fostering and finding them their furever home. I have worked at a Pet care service of America for 7 years which consists of caring for Cats and Dogs and providing and observing playtimes and group play. While I'm not at my classes at Ohio State, I enjoy hiking and being active. I am also apart of the Army Reserves.
7 yrs of exp.

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We are hoping to find someone who will pick up our 4-year-old son from school and care for him at our house from approximately 3:30-6:00 all or most days of the work week. Ability to transport by car would be great, but walking will also work (school is . 6 miles from home). We would love to get to know this caregiver over the summer and could commit to additional regular evening babysitting jobs (including our other 1-year-old child) as well, if that's appealing. Much of this is negotiable, so please reach out if you have any questions!
time Part Time
Starts 09/05
Start 7/16 -$475/wk, M-F, 9:30-6pm, start with signing on for 6 months. (help will not be needed during week of Thanksgiving and Christmas, and 1 week in September) - Care for our 3. 5mo w/ responsibilities including feeding, playing, diapering, doctor's appts, medication administration as appropriate - Housework/errands including but not limited to: maintaining overall daily cleanliness of home, vacuum 1x/wk, grocery shopping 1-2x/wk, meal prep, occasional laundry (for child), small errands (E. g drop off mail). - Father will be working from home
time Full Time
Starts 06/23
Transportation Required

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Staff employees are responsible to the Director and Assistant Director for daily operations of the current program. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS: Must have a High School Diploma but is preferred to carry an Associate Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or CDA. Must be at least 18 years of age. Should have at least 1 year experieince working with children, with a minimum of 3 references. RESPONSIBILITIES: Design and administer age appropriate lesson plans that follow the school's educational philosophy, licensing rules and regulations and Ohio's Early Learning and Development standards. Submit weekly lesson plans to the Director. Clean and Sanitize classroom equipment and toys weekly in accordance with ODJFS regulations. Plan daily classroom schedule that meets the state licensing standards. Know the ODJFS licensing rules and regulations Keep an updates Parent Board with information on weekly schedule and events. Maintain a sub folder and notes complete with your daily schedule and what is planned for the sub. Help to keep facility storage and supply areas clean and organized. Maintain student teacher ratios at all times. Maintain daily attendance and communication with families through Himama Provide positive guidance for students Provide activities and projects in the classroom that are child lead Be on time Attend staff meetings Participate in LLCC family events. Refrain from gossip and negative communication during work hours. Be a team player
time Full Time
Starts 08/27
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