Lauren - $25/hr TEMP Infant Exp. Required! Nov. 6th (7:30am - 6pm) and/or Nov. 7th 7:30am - 12pm

Nanny Job Details

Job ID: 5489
Location: Lafayette, CO


Meet The Family


Please describe your family:
Easy going, adventure-seeking, laid back couple who are head over heels in love with our little one.

Please describe why you are looking for a nanny:
Someone who loves children (and dogs), is enthusiastic, patient, nurturing, trustworthy, and flexible.

Describe the child(ren) you need a nanny for:
4 month old girl

Describe your home setting: New ranch-style home in kid-friendly neighborhood, lives with spouse and black labrador.

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

Full-Time/Part-Time?
Part-time

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

Live-in/Live-out?
Nanny, live-out

What tasks/errands do you expect your nanny to perform?
Childcare only, feeding dog or letting him out into the backyard.

What activities do you want your nanny to do with your child?
Feeding on time, prompt diaper changes, holding her often, singing, playing (tummy-time, activity mat, etc), rocking to sleep, walking to sleep. Baby likes to be in motion!

What special certifications/requirements are you looking for?
Infant and child CPR certified and extensive experience with newborn babies.

Does this position require a valid driver's license?
Yes

Does this position require a car?
Yes

When will this position be available?
Immediately

How many hours do you need a nanny for? Is this short-term, or longer?
Short term at the moment but open to hiring permanent in the future. Looking for: Monday, November 6th (7:30am - 1pm and 2pm - 6pm) Tuesday, November 7th (7:30am - 12pm)

How much are you willing to pay? Do you offer benefits?
$25/hr

Do you have any pets or animals in your home?
1 dog, 8 year old black labrador named Baer (has arthritis so he's pretty low energy)

What else are you looking for in a nanny?
Someone who will give our baby their full attention and look out for her best interest, always. Use sound judgement and be as compassionate and understanding as possible.

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