Job Ref: BLN049
Job start date: ASAP
Nanny needed until at least September, would consider offering permanently for right person but hours may need to be reviewed at this stage. The essential part is from now until September.
Location: Churchdown , Gloucestershire
Days: 4 days per week minimum if possible ( Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri) could offer 5 full days if needed
Hours: 8am – 6pm ( can offer flexibility if needed)
Salary: Negotiable depending on experience
Children: Boy aged 6 and Girl aged 3 ( nearly 4)
– Both parents are key workers ( medical field), initially only one parent is working from home. Nanny must be comfortable with this.
– Nanny have access to own car but potentially can offer family car if needed( mileage paid accordingly)
Family require experienced, fun and engaging Nanny to help care for their two children. The parents have decided not to send the children back to school/ nursery until at least September, they are both key workers so very much need the support. The Mother will be working from home ( in the office) so it’s important the Nanny is comfortable with this and happy with an element of shared care on occasion. The Nanny needs to be patient and fun with the children and enjoy creating activities both in the family home and outside ( following gov guidelines). They live near lots of open space so plenty of opportunities to take the children outside safely, they enjoy exploring the outdoors, playing sports and going on bike rides. Standard nursery duties required but would appreciate someone who is happy to muck in and help with extra duties such as family washing and keeping the house clean. However the absolute priority is the care of the children. The parents would like the help until at least September but if there is flexibility to continue if required that would be appreciated.
To apply Nanny must have a valid DBS on update service, valid 12hr Paediatric First Aid, full UK Driving license and excellent Checkable references from recent employment.
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