Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 0 years paid experience
- Age 19
- Babysitter in Novato, CA 94947
- Comfortable with pets
Hi, Looking for a fun and reliable Babysitter? Search no further,because I'm ready for the job. I've volunteered to care for children I know. With that experience I've learned the basics of caring for a child. In addition, I worked as a PI tutor for kumon,a math and reading program for kids and teenagers. I got to enhance my communication skills by working with children. I'm responsive and attentive as I am caring and enjoyable to be with children. Qualifications: - Volunteered to care for children - Clean criminal and medical background - Clean driving record Skills: - Excellent in interpersonal communication - Ability to monitor, control and manage the kids efficiently - Following parents’ instructions and performing housekeeping duties likewise - Good at keeping children engaged by playing with them and educating them - Playful attitude and good sense of humor - Ability to stay calm and take best Read more action in terms of emergency
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