The Nanny League

  • SEATTLE PART-TIME NANNY

    Job Locations US-WA-Federal Way
    Job ID
    2019-1584
    Category
    Nanny
  • Overview

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    FEDERAL WAY, WA-Sweet family just outside of Seattle is looking for a PART-TIME NANNY to care for their three sweet girls, ages 3, 7 and 11 years.  Hours are noon-6:30PM Monday-Friday (32.5 hours/week). The oldest two are in school from 8:30am-3:40pm and often have after-school activities. The youngest is at preschool from 9am-noon Monday-Friday. Nanny will be responsible for picking the children up from school, taking to after-school activities and serving dinner/snacks. Must have a reliable car and clean driving record! They have a cat and a Yorkie (must love animals!) that don’t require care but will be in the house. The ideal candidate has experience caring for multiple children at once and is active and engaging with the children. Bilingual is a plus! Start date is September 3rd!

    Qualifications

    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

    Non-smoker

    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.

    Targeted Annual Gross Salary (Min)

    USD $18.00/Hr.

    Targeted Annual Gross Salary (Max)

    USD $20.00/Hr.

    Number of Hours Per Week

    32.5

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