A lovely and kind family in Woodside, CA is seeking a full-time live-out nanny primarily for their 9-month-old baby. There is also a 2.5-year-old who has his own nanny, but being a flexible and team-oriented nanny to pitch-in when and where needed is desired for this role. The family also has a residence in Napa so traveling to Napa every 3-4 weeks on weekends and living-in during that time is required. The schedule is Sunday through Thursday from 9am-7pm. However, there is a 2-hour break every day that the nanny can have while the baby is napping. This break time is unpaid and the nanny does not need to remain on premises, but can go to the gym or get lunch, etc. Currently the baby takes two naps a day for 1-1½ hours, but will eventually have one nap for 2 hours. Employee has access to gym, pool, and spa during breaks.
The family is looking for someone who is active, cheerful, a natural teacher/planner, punctual, non-rigid, and works well with others. The Mother and Father are home often and are hands-on. The candidate to hire is required to be up to date on immunizations, including COVID vaccine and booster, required to hold an adult, child, and infant first aid/CPR/AED certification- a copy of which must be supplied to the Employer and updated every three years or upon expiration- and is required to hold a valid passport and be ready to travel by mutual agreement and reasonable
Responsibilities include but may not be limited to the following: Physical care of child(ren); communicating with Employer on all aspects of the care of the child(ren); support all needs related to childcare such as feeding, changing diapers, dressing, bathing, soothing, putting the child to bed/nap, and keeping child clean and safe; support all needs related to childs development such as sleep training, fine and gross motor skill development, feeding, speech, and potty training; planning, preparing and cooking well-balanced and nutritious meals and beverages appropriate
to the age and needs of the child; feeding and teaching the child to use eating utensils and cups; cleaning child’s dishes and sterilizing bottles and breast pump parts; completing child’s laundry and preparing the child’s clothing; maintaining the child’s room, playroom and other play areas, ensuring a stimulating yet calm, safe, organized and clean environment; providing activities for the holistic development of the child such as reading and other learning and mental stimulation including books, music, crafts, and art; being responsible for all equipment related to the care of the child, including the cleaning and maintenance of items such as toys, car seats, strollers, etc.; exercising with child, walking, hiking, and indoor/outdoor play; taking the child on outings appropriate to their age and stage of development (such as playgroup, music class, preschool, etc.); attending and driving to appointments and other activities as needed with Employer; preparing and assisting Employer for special occasions and events such as a birthday party; administering vitamins, pro-biotic, and caring for the child when they are unwell, which may include administering medicine(s); traveling with the child and preparing for holidays, weekend visits etc.; packing bags, cleaning toys, ordering anything in advance for the destination, unpacking upon return, etc.; completing childcare documentation (when needed) in order to keep the Employer informed, about the child or children’s care, wellbeing and development; light housekeeping during downtime (emptying dishwasher, tidying up common spaces); occasionally running errands as needed by Employer.
The family is offering relocation assistance, health-care, and a housing stipend; holiday, sick leave, and vacation days; bonuses and pay increases to be discussed annually; Employer will provide Employee a stocked kitchen for breakfast, lunch and snacks during working hours; Employer will provide a vehicle for driving to activities; and as aforementioned the Employee has access to gym, pool, and spa during breaks and time off.
A COVID vaccine and booster is a must as is someone who is more on the conservative side of exposure until children can be vaccinated. You must be legal to work in the US and have a US Passport, Green Card, or EAC to apply for this role. If you are interested in this position, please apply to HN066.