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Part-time Caregiver Available
Hi! My name is Katie and I am looking for an occasional/part-time babysitting gig while I am at school. I am a rising senior at PSU, majoring in Health Policy while also working on my master's in Public Health. I have a lot of experience working with kids! I have my car with me at school so transportation is not an issue. I am fully vaccinated and boosted as well. My schedule is very flexible, so please message me if interested!
4 yrs of exp.
I have over 10 years of experience. In addition to babysitting, I'm the eldest of five so we'll versed in childcare. I can help with Swimming Supervision, Errands, or prior negotiated tasks.
10 yrs of exp.
Hi! My name is Drew and I have over 6 years of childcare experience! I come from a giant family, so watching my younger cousins has always been a great joy of mine. I began as a mother's helper in middle school and worked my way up to babysitter, which I've done for years now. I worked in a gym daycare watching over children ages 3 months- 12 years, and even worked as a camp counselors for 2-6-year-olds. Overall, I adore kids and would love any chance to get to work with them! Thank you so much!
6 yrs of exp.
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We are looking for a nanny with after hour care, potentially 4:30-7:30 p.m. 3 times a week for 2 toddlers, one 4 yrs-old and one 2 yrs-old. It would include preparing meals for the kids, giving them dinner and bath, and very light house-keeping chores. We have a friendly and energetic dog. We prefer somebody who can stay with us for the whole academic year. The hourly rate would be $25/hr.
My husband and I are expecting our first child in early December. We both work full time and are looking for a nanny to care for our son for when I go back to work in early March. Some sporadic days prior to that would be preferable in order for us to get to know each other and get comfortable.
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Tiny hands, bright eyes, growing minds, and endless possibilities. Your job will include encouraging creativity, fostering academic growth, and nurturing your tiny learners. It's a rewarding and fulfilling profession reserved for those who love children and the learning process, who have equal parts enthusiasm and patience, and who feel right at home with paint on their fingers and a storybook in their hands. The teacher/assistant teacher is responsible for the care and education of the children as part of a teaching team and functions as the team leader. The teacher/assistant teacher will plan or help plan and implement the daily program activities based on the curriculum chosen by the Administrator. The teacher will coordinate activities with the assistant teacher. He/She will also assist the Director with designated activities. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Planning, supervising, and implementing the program for childcare in accordance with the policies and philosophy of Dall'Inizio DaySchool. Gear the program to meet the needs of individual children, with concern for their interests, challenges, special talents, and individual styles and paces of learning. Consider individual children in relation to their cultural and socio-economic background. Treat children with respect and dignity. Help children become aware of their roles as integral members of the group. Be responsible for the ordered arrangement, appearance, décor, and learning environment of the childcare classroom. Assume an equal share of the joint housekeeping responsibilities of the staff. Participate in the recommended training programs, conferences, courses, and other aspects of professional growth. Implement methods of effectively utilizing the services of the teacher/assistant teacher. Plan and implement methods of establishing a positive relationship with the children's families and caregivers. Conduct parent/caregiver conferences. Demonstrate professionalism and adhere to the confidentiality policy at all times. Assist with the ongoing evaluation procedures needed to assess the developmental levels of the children. Responsible for completing observations, assessments, and individualized lessons for his/her primary group of children. Dall'Inizio DaySchool utilizes The Ounce Scale (for birth to age 3) and Work Sampling (ages 3-5) as assessment tools. These assessments must be completed every October, February, and May. Each teacher is responsible for completing the appropriate assessment tool for each reporting period. These assessments are shared with the family member and signed by both the family and the teacher. As a Keystone STAR Facility, we also complete the Ages and Stages Assessment Tool at the child's 45-day milestone of enrollment with Dall'Inizio DaySchool. This tool gives us a base assessment to use as a tool for planning an individualized curriculum. These assessments are shared with the family member and signed by both the family and the teacher. Teachers are also responsible for documenting weekly observations on enrolled children within his/her primary group and classroom group. These observations are tools for planning the curriculum and documenting each child's development.
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