In Riverside, Connecticut, a wonderful family is looking for a warm, engaging, and developmentally focused nanny for their 3-month-old. Like any infant that is curious about sound, colors, and the world. Having someone who is lively, willing to get down and play, sing and talk to the baby is essential.
Ideally, they would love a nanny who is experienced in keeping track of the baby's food, changing, and nap schedule. Someone warm, kind, experienced, detail-oriented, responsible, and creative. Their nanny must be a dog lover or comfortable around dogs. The family has a loving 2-year-old, 30 lb, mini Goldendoodle. So someone comfortable with being around their affectionate dog is a must. Also, the nanny will be asked to help with walking the dog from time to time.
Job Detail (Position detail can change as the family works out their needs)
This position is a live-out position: (housing details)
This is a full-time, live-out position.
The schedule is Monday through Friday, from 8 AM - 6 PM. (50/hrs work weeks) Additional hours may be required with notice. So ideal a candidate who is flexible.
Nanny must have a valid driver’s license and their own vehicle to get to work
One parent may be working from home part-time
Compensation & Benefits
All positions are paid gross with overtime. This position is $25-$30+ an hour. In addition, there is PTO and Paid federal holidays. Paid vacation, Tuition Reimbursement for Child related course, Mileage Reimbursement for on-the-job transportation.
Start Date: The position will begin as soon as the family finds the right fit for their parenting team. This is a long-term role, and the position starts as soon as the family can find the right candidate.
Position Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Pitch-in attitude regarding general maintenance and cleanliness of infant
Follows parents’ approach to childcare and embraces family parenting style
Bottle feedings, diaper changes, baby’s laundry, keeping track of baby items to ensure they stay stocked,planning engaging and age-appropriateactivities, and eventually potty training!
Manage daily care and supervision of infant
Adhere to the infant’s schedule, including naps/sleep and activities
Facilitate intellectual development (eg. words, numbers, enrichment, etc)
Facilitate physical development (eg. 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
Manage all aspects of children’s property with utmost cleanliness and organization – including, meals/snacks and clean-up, hanging clothes, cleaning toys/books, diaper bag, etc.
Ability to make very simple meals for the whole family.
US, Work Authorization
Must drive with a valid and clean license
Minimum of 3-years of professional full-time or part-time childcare experience
A valid driver’s license
CPR and First-Aid certifications
Must take Covid very seriously
Comfortable getting Covid-19 test and vaccinations.