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Nanny Needed for Infant care in Philadelphia

Nanny Needed for Infant care in Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

A loving family in Philadelphia is looking for a friendly, cooperative nanny for their 7-month-old daughter. The ideal candidate for this role is someone who has experience working with infants. Also, the nanny must be warm and can be coolheaded. In addition, the nanny must be able to facilitate a fun, loving, and stimulating atmosphere for their daughter. Achieving this requires creating fun and safe activities, reading, talking, coordinating family calendars, keeping their things organized, and more.

The nanny must be well-tempered, amenable, proactive, a self-starter, and know how to troubleshoot issues independently. Lastly, both parents have flexible schedules to work from home. Thus, the nanny must be comfortable working in close partnership with both parents.

This position is live-out only:
The schedule is Monday through Friday, from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (40 hrs. a week.) Additional hours may be required with notice. So, an ideal candidate who is flexible.

Compensation & Benefits:
This position is paid gross with overtime. This position is $25-$35 per hour, PTO (e.g., paid federal holidays, two weeks of vacation, and sick days.)
A discretionary performance bonus.
Health care stipend

Covid Risk Tolerance:

The family is open about Covid.

Start Date: Begins in August. This is a long-term role.

Position Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Safety first.
Pitch-in attitude regarding general maintenance and cleanliness of their child
Follows parents’ approach to childcare and embraces family parenting style
Manage daily care and supervision of their child
Adhere to their child’s schedule (e.g., keeping nap and feeding schedule, any plan playdates and age-appropriate activities.)
Facilitate intellectual development (e.g., words, numbers, stories, puzzles, arts and craft, etc.)
Facilitate social development, helping to make connections with friends and attending playdates and classes
Ability to plan fun activities, keeping their child active and engage
Ability to make simple meals for their child. (Baby-led weaning approach)
Laundry for their child.
Manage all aspects of their child’s property with utmost cleanliness and organization, including meals/snacks and clean-up, hanging clothes after laundry, cleaning toys/books, diaper bags, etc.
Light housework while baby is napping". Examples: loading and unloading the dishwasher, vacuuming area where child plays/spends time
Light meal prep (e.g. wash, cut, and simply cook a vegetable) for both baby and adults
Put pre-made meals in the oven

US, Work Authorization
Minimum of 2 years of professional Nanny experience
Newborn experience
Toddler experience
Up to date on all vaccinations
Covid vaccination and boosted
CPR and First-Aid certifications

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