The Nanny League

NEWBURGH FULL TIME NANNY

Job Locations US-NY-Newburgh
Job ID
2020-1841
Category
Nanny

Overview

learning to walk 

NEWBURGH NY- Single working mother who manages a global organization is looking for a FULL-TIME NANNY M-F 8AM-6PM for her two-month-old girl. Live-out candidate is preferred, but she is willing to considering live-in care.  Mom is looking for someone extremely professional and dedicated to being a full-time, full-charge nanny! Ideal candidate will love her daughter like their own.  Ideally, this person has no strings attached and extremely flexible and dependable.  You will be required to work overnights / extended stay as needed as mom’s job is extremely demanding itself.  She mostly works remotely (typically at a local We Work) and travels periodically throughout the year. You will have full autonomy and be responsible for full charge childcare, and all tasks relating to childcare.  She is looking for someone who is effectively part of the family; someone who is easygoing, organized, logical, reliable. Local (NEW YORK) candidates only, please! Pay is $900-1250 gross weekly, DOE. MAY / JUNE start date, depending on pandemic situation. 

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.

Number of Hours Per Week

50

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