Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 4 years paid experience
- Age 26
- Babysitter in San Diego, CA 92109
- Comfortable with pets
- Has a car
I have watched and cared for children, from ages 6 months to 14 years, off and on for the last 6 years. I love kids and the energy they have, and we usually make a perfect fit. I am not a sit in front of the TV kind of girl, and the children I care for get lots of activities. I am attending college and caring for children during a parent(s) evening out (and occasional all night) is what I like to do in the area of baby sitting. I can help with homework if needed, and fix healthy snacks (I am a vegetarian).
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First aid certification
- Generally available evenings and weekends
- Daytime care availability during summer months
- After school care availability
Willing to care for 3 children per sitting
$10-$20/hr for the first child, $3 for each additional child
Infants (age 0-11 months) expand
- Occasional care
- Toddlers (age 1-3)
- Preschooler (age 4-5)
- Grade School (age 6-11)
- Pre-teen/ Teenage age (12+)
Currently attending University of San Diego
- Former Employer Join to contact reference
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
- Finishing homework
- Checking answers
- Studying for a test
- Basic math
- Elementary science
- Earth science
- Essay writing
- Social studies
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