Nanny With Infant Experience Needed For Upper East Side Family
Upper East Side, NY
Their daughter will be three months old when the position begins, and the family lives on the Upper East Side. The family is looking for an experienced nanny who is also knowledgeable about technology to care for their newborn daughter. They are currently employing an NCS, and they have high hopes that the NCS and the nanny will be able to collaborate effectively before the nanny leaves in the second week of February.
Someone who has recently gained experience working with infants and toddlers is the ideal candidate for this position. Someone with a strong commitment to fostering the physical, mental, and emotional growth of the children and infants in their care. (One example would be looking for ways to actively promote healthy child development.)
The nanny needs to be self-sufficient and able to provide the child with an atmosphere that is conducive to learning while also being fun. Despite the fact that both parents are employed, they are eager to be involved in their daughter's day-to-day activities. Therefore, the nanny needs to be able to discuss ideas and strategies with the parents while they are at work.
Start Date (Contact date): April 1st start.
Schedule: Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., four days a week (for a total of 48 hours).
Live-out/live-in: Definitely live out.
Indemnification and Advantages:
The hourly rate ranges from $30 to $35, which translates to an annualized base compensation of $80,000 to $94,000 (higher compensation is given to those with more experience).
PTO, including paid holidays observed by the federal government. There is also a discretionary bonus based on performance, in addition to the two weeks of vacation.
MetroCard with Health Care Allowance for Negotiation
Covid Risk Tolerance: The family doesn't hide the fact that they have covid, but they do require applicants to have all of their vaccinations up to date.
Position The following are examples of some of the responsibilities that will be expected of you:
Put precautions first.
Participation-required mentality with regard to the general upkeep and cleanliness of the infant
Comfortable educating (first-time parents) on topics such as scheduling, sleep, food (introducing solids), discipline, potty training, and other related topics, while also being respectful of our parenting decisions and able to adhere to them.
Capability to work with breast milk or prepare formula, as well as sanitize baby bottles.
Maintain the infant's regular routine, including napping or sleeping, taking a bath, and engaging in activities.
Capability to both change diapers and eventually train a child to use the potty.
Keeping track of children's items (such as diapers, wipes, milk, and so on) is necessary in order to guarantee that they will not run out.
Participating in activities that promote intellectual growth (such as words, numbers, enrichment, reading, flashcards, games, and active play, etc.).
Will look for local activities, such as classes or playgroups, to recommend to you, such as in the neighborhood.
Outgoing and friendly (i.e., will make friends with other nannies, arrange playdates, etc.), with a Bachelor's degree in childcare or a related field.
Housekeeping tasks such as emptying and loading the dishwasher, cleaning up after the children, and doing the laundry for the children are included.
US citizenship and a valid work permit are required qualifications.
Minimum of three years of experience working as a professional nanny Minimum of three outstanding references
What it's like to be a newborn
Up to date on all vaccinations
Vaccination against Covid as well as updated certification in CPR and First Aid