$17 – 22/hr
My wife and I are looking for a new nanny for our 15-month-old twins from 8:00 - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday. We have a wonderful nanny who unfortunately has to leave us and want to bring someone in soon so they can transition in smoothly with our son and daughter.
Ideally this person has experience with young twins and is looking for a long term situation. While not completely necessary, if you speak Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian that would be amazing as my wife is Serbian and we want someone who can speak to our children in both English and Serbian.
We live in the borough of Media, PA so ideally you're not too far away.
This job would be from 8:00 - 5:00 however that may change slightly depending on our work schedule.
$10 – 15/hr
San Diego, CA
Seeking a Serbian speaking nanny for a 12-month-old girl. Would love to try someone out 1-2 times/week right away (as soon as next week!) and then shift to 4-5 times/week in April. Some light tidying up and meal prep would be part of our caregiver's responsibilities.
We are looking for a great nanny for our 2-year-old son. My wife works night shift and she usually comes home between 8-9:30am, so we would need some help with our little boy between 6, 6:30-9, 9:30 a.m. on Mon. and Thu. Schedule may vary depending on her schedule. We would prefer a nanny who does not smoke and who is comfortable with pets. We have a small dog.
Serbian speaking preferred.
We're expecting our 1st, and may eventually need help. Specifically Monday & Tuesday from 5:30 a.m.ish - 6:30 p.m.ish. That's a long two days in a week. 26 hours. Mom will stay home with baby for the first few months and we'll be fine, but later when baby is around 1 we are both planning on working full time and those are the 2 days a week we would need help. We prefer people that can speak English, Serbian, and/or Hebrew.
A young family in Foothills of Tucson is looking to hire a nanny for their first child. They are expecting their baby boy to arrive the beginning of November and would love for their nanny to start a mid-December. It is important that their new nanny has multiple years of infant experience, a sense of humor and is dependable. Their ideal candidate is also bilingual and preferably a native speaker of Serbian or any dialect from former Yugoslav republics. The nanny will be working closely with a grandmother that lives just a few miles away. Candidates must be comfortable with dogs. The family has a small lovable pup that will need some care and attention.
The nanny's work week would be Monday-Thursday from about 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. There may be a need for the occasional Friday but this will be communicated in advance. There will be a guarantee of 40 hours a week, even if the care giver is released early or is not needed for a day. The main focus of the position is care for their new baby boy, but the family will also require their new nanny to help out with some household tasks like: light house keeping, laundry, meal prep, grocery shopping and other errands.
Here at Trusting Connections, we are experienced matchmakers and connect families and nannies based on compatibility in a variety of areas which helps ensure greater job satisfaction and increased job security. Most importantly, working with us means you ll have an advocate. We know you will love working for this family because they are offering an hourly rate of $15-$17 an hour, 10 paid vacation days and access to stair master and treadmill located in the home as well as the household Netflix, Amazon Prime TV, HBO.
Our minimum requirements are:
-18 years or older
-Minimum High School Graduate
-At least 2 years professional childcare experience
-Citizen of the United States or legally able to work in the United States
-Access to reliable & safe transportation with current vehicle registration/insurance and clean driving record
-At least three professional references
-Demonstrate knowledge of childcare and child development
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We need a nanny for our 1 child in Naperville. And we're looking now! Comfortable With Pets: We have an 18 lb dog that is friendly around people, uneasy (but not dangerous) around other dogs. About the child(ren): She was born 3 months early at 1 lb 9. 4 oz, and is now 2 months adjusted. She was in the NICU for 3 months, but now she tracks well with her adjusted age. Her grandmother (69 yrs old) will be home during day time- she only speaks Serbo-Croatian language so would prefer a caregiver proficient in Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian (but not required).
I'm looking for a nanny for 2 infants (twins). Meal Preparation. About the child(ren): We have 3-month-old twins (boy and girl) who are the light of our lives! The position has the potential for some night or weekend work, but it is not a requirement. Also while not a must, if you speak Serbian that is a HUGE plus!
Strongsville family needs a full-time nanny PLUS if you speak Serbian or Croatian. Must love kids! Our ideal match will meet the requirements below. Some light tidying up would be part of our caregiver's responsibilities. An interest in music and drama is a plus. We'd like someone who enjoys arts & crafts. Looking for someone who loves sports. Preference given to those who love reading to kids. Games are popular at our house, so we hope you like playing them too! Please be a fan of outdoor activities.
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