Looking for full or part-time work as a nanny.
- 4 years paid experience
- Age 21
- Nanny in Fresno, CA 93710
- Comfortable with pets
- Has a car
Hi my name is Steph! I am currently a college student transferring to Fresno State by Spring 2020. By the end of this year I will have my Associate Degree in Elementary Teaching. My experiences with kids started almost 5 years ago when my sister got pregnant and had a baby. Fast forward 5 years later I have a 4 year old nephew, 2 year old nephew, 1 year old nephew and a 6 month old nephew. I've watched them throughout my high school and college years so I know I am experienced with little kids. I know the basics of washing bottles, cooking food like eggs and bacon, etc. I also had a little extra experience with K-6 Graders for a good 5 months . I completed about 60 hours for observing and being active with the kids in the classroom.
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- Willing to consider either a part time or full time position
- Seeking Short-term (1 to 3 months), Temporary (4 to 12 months), Permanent (1 to 2 years) employment
- Weekday Early Morning (Before School)
- Day-time Weekdays (M - F)
- Weekday Afternoons (After School)
- Weekday Evenings
- Start date is flexible
- My availability is valid through 1/12/20
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