Looking for work as a babysitter.
- 10 years paid experience
- Age 33
- Babysitter in San Francisco, CA 94110
- Comfortable with pets
My experience with children started after I graduated from High School and worked in an after school program called Espanol For Kids. I worked there for about 6 months until I started babysitting. Since then, now I have +10 years of experience with newborns to 6-year-olds. I've worked with families for at least 8 months to 3 years. I've also taken classes and workshops (outside school) that has help me understand the importance of language with children, the way we start communicating verbally, physically, emotionally, etc. I've also taken Infant Massage classes and I m CPR Certified. I consider myself a lovable, responsible, supportive, reliable and flexible. Currently I do have another job during the weekends and some weekdays (Thursday/Friday). I am looking for someone who can be flexible. I organize transformational workshops in the East Bay, some of this workshops are a 4 day so I will be needing Read more Thr&Fri every 2 months or depends my schedule.
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