Looking for full or part-time work as a nanny.
- 1 year paid experience
- Age 19
- Nanny in San Mateo, CA 94402
- Comfortable with pets
- Has a car
I am currently a full time student, looking for a job that works well into my schedule. I enjoy taking care of kids and I am studying to be a elementary school teacher. I am fluent in English and Spanish.
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- Willing to consider working as a live in care provider
- Willing to consider either a part time or full time position
- Seeking Summer Position, Short-term (1 to 3 months), Temporary (4 to 12 months), Permanent (1 to 2 years) employment
- Weekday Afternoons (After School)
- Weekday Evenings
- Weekends Daytime
- Weekends Evenings
- Start date is flexible
- My availability is valid through 5/13/19
Willing to care for 1 child per sitting
Infants (age 0-11 months) expand
- Assist with setting a routine
- Overnight care
- Mother's helper
- Occasional care
- Toddlers (age 1-3)
- Preschooler (age 4-5)
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
- Swimming Supervision
- Potty Training
- Travel with Family
- Checking answers
- Studying for a test
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