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Part Time $12 – 20/hr Starts 09/26 Chicago, IL
-We are looking for a nanny for our 5-month-old baby girl located in Roscoe Village. The hours are 9-3 p.m. Mon-Thursday and 9-12 p.m. on Friday. We work from home for the most part and need a nanny comfortable with that. We have a Husky and 2 yorkies, so you must be pet friendly. Please let us know if you have any questions.


Full Time $12 – 20/hr Starts 09/30 Chicago, IL
I'm looking for a caregiver for my 12-week-old daughter to start immediately. Responsibilities are really limited to feeding and caring for her. Must be alright with our small dog, too.


Full Time $15 – 30/hr Starts 02/03 Chicago, IL
Chicago family needs a full-time nanny for a newborn girl. Our ideal match will meet the requirements below. Laundry: Occasional laundry. Meal Preparation: Occasionally make meal prep/dinners. Errands / groceries: As needed. Comfortable With Pets: French bulldog, very mellow. Light Housekeeping: Occasional housekeeping.

After Daycare Nanny

Part Time $13 – 16/hr Starts 10/21 Chicago, IL
Pick up children from daycare. Feed them dinner and get them in bed by 9:00pm

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Part Time $12 – 15/hr Starts 11/15 Chicago, IL
Looking for a nanny who can cook Indian/Pakistani food and get my daughter ready for school. Thanks

Nanny Needed

Part Time $12 – 20/hr Starts 11/15 Chicago, IL
Looking for a nanny for a newborn starting in mid-November. Fridays only from about 11 AM-5 p.m. We live in a single family home in Humboldt Park and have two dogs.

Nanny And A Little Household Management

Full Time $15 – 20/hr Starts 10/17 Chicago, IL
Please read this entire post before responding. Candidates who do not meet availability requirements cannot be considered. Responsibilities include - Schlepping kids to and from bus, school, activities - Drivers license and good driving record required - Helping with them to do homework - Making sure they are bathed - Monitoring device and TV usage - Receiving packages during the workday - Receiving and overseeing contractors when required - Light housework - Some laundry - Ensuring kids do their chores and whatever else is expected of them - Making lunches - Arriving early and staying late when necessary - Helping out on holidays, days off, sick days, and breaks - Creating and conducting activities on days when school is off - Being awesome, making decisions, setting a great example

Part Time Nanny

Full Time $15 – 20/hr Starts 10/16 Chicago, IL
We are currently looking for someone part time to help with the busy schedule of our toddlers. We are looking for someone with a lot of energy to keep up with our 4-year-old little girl and our 2-year-old little boy! Must be available for some weekends and possible travel! This job is very flexible with the days and times but we can agree to minimum hours to be sure you make money.

Nanny Needed For My Children In Chicago.

Part Time $25 – 40/hr Starts 10/18 Chicago, IL
Hi! We have a friends gathering in Chicago this weekend and are looking for a babysitter Friday and Saturday nights for 5 children while the adults go to dinner and explore the city. On both nights, the three youngest children will be asleep by the time we leave the house, so the position won't be as daunting as it might appear. The older children are three and 6 years old, and will also be heading to bed shortly thereafter. Please let me know if this position interests you. Thanks!

Caring, Engaging Nanny

Part Time $12 – 20/hr Starts 11/04 Chicago, IL
I'm looking for a great nanny for 2 children. Meal Preparation: Make lunches and snacks. Schedule Details: I'll need 3 days a week but am flexible on the days. M/W/TH would be best but can do M/W/F or another mix if it's a good fit. Possibly more hours/days if the rate is doable. About the child(ren): Our 4-year-old son is sweet, social and easy to entertain. Our almost-2-year-old is sweet but has a speech delay so we're trying to use basic signs with him while also working with a speech therapist to help expand his verbal skills. They get along really well and love to stay engaged/entertained - getting out of the house as much as possible. I didn't select "light housekeeping" but I am hoping toys and any dishes used throughout the day can be picked up (by the boys) and dishes put in dishwasher or washed. Please reach out.
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