A young and loving family is looking for a live-in weekend nanny to care for and grow alongside their 8-month-old son. The family values kindness and is looking for someone they can trust to truly welcome into their family.
The parents are very social, positive and outgoing people and are looking for someone who shares those values. They live in a vibrant neighborhood that will be a dream for the ideal candidate as they plan play dates, outings and activities with their young son. A happy, positive, and flexible demeanor will go a long way in this home! This is a perfect role for someone who is adept at both taking direction and collaborating with the parents in raising their son. As a weekend position, the parents will be around, leaving occasional downtime for the live-in nanny.
The position will be Friday 6pm – Sunday ~7:30pm (bedtime). There will also be opportunities to travel with the family domestically and internationally.
Compensation is competitive and loyalty will be rewarded in this position. Benefits are being offered, including paid time off.
Childcare duties include but are not limited to: feeding, bathing, dressing, napping and morning and evening routines
Collaborate with mom and dad, checking in on developmental milestones
Assist with child related housekeeping duties and pitch in to the overall tidiness of the family environment
Shop for groceries, prep for meals and cook basic, healthy and organic meals for the baby
Run errands occasionally, as needed
Provide enriching experiences and activities beyond basic care
Create a warm and safe environment for the child to grow and thrive
At least 4 years professional infant care experience
Experience working in NYC as a nanny
Knowledgeable about each childhood development state and attuned to the child’s developmental needs
Possess experience exhibiting discretion and loyalty while working with families
A positive, team-player attitude
Exhibits good judgement and common sense
Ability to commit long-term to a nanny position and truly become part of the family