Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 2 years paid experience
- Age 19
- Babysitter in San Diego, CA 92139
- Comfortable with pets
I have worked at an at home daycare, and currently work as a entertainer playing moana for children’s birthday parties. I love spending time with children and taking care of children. It’s very fun to see such big personalities and be able to have silly conversations with kids. They have huge personalities and I often find myself learning a thing or two from various kids I’ve met. Over all I’m a fun, easy going, but very responsible person to work with and will make sure your children are in good hands while you are away.
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- Generally available afternoons, evenings and late nights
- After school care availability
Willing to care for 3 children per sitting
$15-$25/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+)
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
- Finishing homework
- Checking answers
- Studying for a test
- Essay writing
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