Looking for part-time work as a nanny.
- 10 years paid experience
- Age 34
- Nanny in Newark, CA 94560
- Comfortable with pets
I currently work with children, because I love learning and teaching them. I've volunteered since high school, I've worked in day care centers . I became after school teacher for elementary age kids. Assisted a family with child w Autism.. have kids I've my own, my best experience of my life. I've learned so much throughout the years. I've worked with different families and necessities and different ages. I've worked 5years for the Redwood City school district but live in the east bay. I worked in the office as an administrative assistant and worked with a k-5 school. I love to be outdoors and love to do activities with the children I'm very crafty and could find fun in practically anything. CPR Certified, Background checked
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- Willing to consider a part time position
- Seeking Permanent (1 to 2 years) employment
- Weekday Afternoons (After School)
- Weekends Daytime
- Weekends Evenings
- Start date is flexible
- My availability is valid through 11/22/19
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