The Nanny League

  • Houston (Clear Lake) Part-Time Nanny

    Job Locations US-TX-Houston
    Job ID
  • Overview


    Busy, FUN-LOVING family in Houston (Clear Lake) looking for a PART-TIME nanny to care for their 3 girls (aged 1.5, 3 and 9 years) and newborn boy expected to arrive in mid-February. Hours are 7AM-4PM Monday, Wednesday and Friday (27 total hours). Position has potential to become full-time in future. Duties include cooking for children (must be able to prepare kid-approved meals!), laundry and light cleaning. 1- and 3-year-old are in preschool from 9AM-2PM Monday-Friday (until May) and 9-year-old is in school until 3PM (until May). Mom will be in and out of the house. Pay is $20-25/hour DOE.  3-year-old is very attached to mom, so candidate MUST be ENGAGING with a GREAT PERSONALITY and someone the kiddos are drawn to. Start date is 2/1/19.


    Complete childcare

    Cooking for children

    Light housekeeping



    BA/BS college degree | AA in related field of study 

    CPR/First Aid Certification (renew as needed)

    Ability to make a one-year commitment unless applying for a temporary position

    A passion for working with children

    Two+ years childcare experience

    Excellent work and personal references

    U.S. driver's license (this does not apply to NYC residents)

    Complete Stop the Silence Training upon Membership
    Fluent in English/Bilingual a plus

    Competent swimmer


    Willing to go through extensive Background Check

    Must be Live-Scanned and registered with Trustline if CA resident

    Willingness to show proof of immunizations

    No-cell phone driving signed guarantee

    Must be eligible to work in the U.S.



    Paid Sick Days

    Hourly Rate

    USD $20.00/Hr.

    Targeted Annual Gross Salary (Min)

    USD $28,080.00/Yr.

    Targeted Annual Gross Salary (Max)

    USD $35,100.00/Yr.

    Number of Hours Per Week



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