C.G. - $17-$20/hr TEMP/PERMANENTNanny/House Mgr. (min. 3 months) for Sweet, Easy Newborn! ASAP!

Nanny Job Details

Job ID: 5434
Location: Boulder, CO

Meet The Family

Please describe your family:
We are a creative family of three with two cats who like movies, outdoors, and making things with our hands.

Please describe why you are looking for a nanny:
We are first time parents looking for extra help with new baby for a stay at home mom needing extra hand on while dad goes back to work. We are looking for a PT temporary nanny with the potential to become permanent.

Describe the child(ren) you need a nanny for:
Our son is 7+ weeks old and is sweet and easygoing. he takes plenty of naps and loves to eat and play.

Describe your home setting: We live in a home in north boulder with a nice back lawn for fun time. near parks and walking trails.

We are interested in the following:
On Call Babysitter
Nanny, Temporary


How long do you need a Nanny?
Less than 6 months

Nanny, live-out

What tasks/errands do you expect your nanny to perform?
Light house keeping, cooking for family, and light shopping in addition to help with the baby and mom's needs.

What activities do you want your nanny to do with your child?
We are looking for someone to work with mom with the day to day baby care and activities.

What special certifications/requirements are you looking for?
Infant CPR, childcare experience with infants and household management duties.

Does this position require a valid driver's license?

Does this position require a car?

When will this position be available?

How many hours do you need a nanny for? Is this short-term, or longer?
4 to 5 hours a day, 4 to 5 days a week for at least 3 months. We would also love for our nanny to help with occasional overnight care if available!

How much are you willing to pay? Do you offer benefits?
$17 to $20 an hour with no added benefits for the temporary position.

Do you have any pets or animals in your home?
We have two cats that stay inside full time

What else are you looking for in a nanny?
Sensitivity to first time mothers with postpartum transition into motherhood.

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