Looking for work as a nanny.
- 2 years paid experience
- Nanny in Santa Cruz, CA 95060
- Comfortable with pets
- Has a car
I have worked as a CNA in nursing homes for 6 months and have worked as a nanny for six months as well. I am originally from Northern Maine, but just relocated to Santa Cruz June 3rd. I enjoy anything and all things outdoors. I am currently living in SC and planning to begin working on the 20th of June at a nursing facility in Capitola. I would like to be situated before I begin my new work endeavors. I am an extremely active person and do not smoke or drink. I love socializing and being around children but also enjoy alone time studying, journaling, making art, surfing, etc. I have extensive customer service experience and enjoy working with and amongst a diverse population of people. I hold CPR, and CNA, trust-line certifications, and two years of business education. I am currently pursuing a personal training certification, in hopes of Read more continuing on to become a physical therapist assistant in the future. I am open to interviews. I look forward to hearing from you soon! Respectfully Yours, Simone R. Michaud
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