Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 5 years paid experience
- Babysitter in Irvine, CA 92614
- Speaks Farsi and Spanish
- Comfortable with pets
- Has a car
I have always adored children since I can remember and growing up I always knew that I wanted babies to be an active part of my life because of the joy of just being in their company. Growing up I always babysat my younger cousins and begged to play with them every chance I got! Now that I am older, I want to continue taking care of babies while I have free time as a college student.
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First aid certification
- Generally available afternoons, evenings and weekends
- Daytime care availability during summer months
- After school care availability
Willing to care for 3 children per sitting
$14-$18/hr for the first child, $3 for each additional child
Infants (age 0-11 months) expand
- Assist with setting a routine
- Mother's helper
- Toddlers (age 1-3)
- Preschooler (age 4-5)
Currently attending University of California - Riverside
- Former Employer Join to contact reference
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
- Swimming Supervision
- Willing to run errands as needed
- Willing to drive children to events, school, appointments, or carpooling
- Finishing homework
- Checking answers
- Basic math
- Elementary science
- Essay writing
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