Wonderful Live-In Nanny Needed Mt. Laurel, NJ
Mount Laurel, NJ
A lovely family in Mt. Laurel, NJ, is looking for a caring and professional live-in nanny for their newborn daughter, who will be born on November 1st. Both parents work from home full-time. So, the nanny must be comfortable working in close partnership with work-from-home parents. The ideal candidate for this role is someone with experience working with newborns. A nanny with lots of energy who can create an engaging, happy, and stimulating atmosphere for their newborn—lots of engagement with reading, flashcards, games, and active play will excel in this role. The ideal candidate for this position is outgoing, friendly, responsible/reliable, caring, kind, and organized. The nanny must be proactive, tech-savvy, a self-starter, and know how to troubleshoot issues independently. The family lives by the water, so the nanny must be able to swim. Lastly, it is a huge plus if you have a background in early childhood education.
This position is a live-in position:
The schedule is five days a week.
The schedule is from Friday thru Tuesday (over the weekend), overnights & mornings until 10:00 am (50+/hrs. work week). Additional hours may be required with notice. So, an ideal candidate who is flexible.
Private room/suite in family’s home
Compensation & Benefits
This position is $45 per hour with overtime.
PTO (including paid federal holidays. Two weeks of vacations), and a discretionary performance bonus.
Health insurance, Dental insurance, Vision insurance, Matching 401k contributions, Paid time off, Cell phone
Covid Risk Tolerance:
The family is very open about Covid.
Start Date: This is a long-term role. The position begins as soon as the family finds the right fit.
Position Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Pitch-in attitude regarding general maintenance and cleanliness of the infant
Comfortable educating (first-time parents) on things such as scheduling, sleep, food (introducing solids), discipline, potty training, etc. – but also respectful of and ability to adhere to our parenting decisions.
Ability to handle mother’s milk or prepare formula and sterilize bottles
When older, comfortable preparing solids in addition to bottle feedings.
Ability to change diapers and eventually potty train.
To ensure they stay stocked, keep track of children’s items (e.g., diapers, wipes, milk, etc.).
Planning engaging and age-appropriate activities.
Will find activities in the neighborhood to suggest, for example, classes or playgroups.
Considerate of others and the family’s home
Focused on teaching and encouraging qualities in their son like kindness, curiosity, generosity, etc.
Desire to become part of the family, care for their son, and invest in his happiness and development.
Outgoing and friendly (i.e., will make friends with other nannies, arrange playdates, etc.)
Adhere to the infant's schedule, including naps/sleep, bath, and activities
Engaged in facilitating intellectual development (e.g., words, numbers, enrichment, reading, flashcards, games and active play, etc.)
Engaged in facilitating physical development (e.g., running, stacking, using utensils, etc.) in a high-energy, creative, and playful way.
Facilitate social development, helping to make connections with friends and attending playdates and classes
Manage all aspects of the infant's property with utmost cleanliness and organization, including meals/snacks and clean-up, Laundry, hanging clothes, cleaning toys/books, diaper bags, etc.
Huge plus if you can meal prep for the family as well
Light housekeeping – picking up, loading/unloading dishwasher
U.S Work Authorization
Must be Passport Ready and Willing to Travel
Minimum of 5 years of Professional Full-time Experience
Minimum of 3 Exceptional References
Infant Experience is a must
Up to date on all vaccinations (e.g., T-dap, flu vaccine, etc.)
Covid vaccination and boosted
CPR and First-Aid certifications
Able to swim