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Seeking Experienced Nanny For Active 3-Year-Old!

Full Time
We are looking for a nanny for our 3-year-old son. Someone with previous experience, references and willingness to be active with our little one is a must. Some meal prep and clean-up required. I work from home in an upstairs office and need someone who is comfortable watching our little guy downstairs (without bothering me upstairs). We have plenty of educational toys, books, games, a large backyard, a swing set, and a pool. Our little one is working on sharing, listening and soon potty training. The ideal candidate would be patient, reasonable and kind. We would like a nanny who can be with us for at least a year. We primarily need support Tuesday - Friday, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. However, there are times when we need extended hours and/or coverage five days a week. I'm those cases, we provide plenty of notice and are happy to work with your schedule. Ideally, we'd like the nanny to start in mid-August. Our home is currently being renovated and we won't have a place for the nanny until then. Please reach out with any questions! We are always kind and respectful. We believe in talking through frustrations to avoid a temper tantrum. Dinosaurs and construction trucks are everything right now! We also love puzzles, books and anything outside. Sharing, socialization and potty training. Someone who can get on the floor and engage with our little guy. We're also looking for someone comfortable with dogs, prepping kiddo meals, cleaning up dishes and toys, and some toddler laundry. Generally, someone kind and fun would be a perfect fit! No. Yes. We have two mixed breed dogs. They are slow to warm up but typically mind their own business (even in the very beginning, minus some barking). Someone who is comfortable with letting them out to go potty and calling them back in would be great. If you're scared of large dogs, this isn't the job for you.
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