• Part Time
  • Live out
  • Chiswick, London
  • Reference: NHK Chiswick
  • Status: agency
  • Area: uk jobs
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Three-day weekend every week. Great Opportunity for an experienced Nanny housekeeper working Monday to Friday. Lovely family with two young girls is looking for a fun, responsible nanny who will help with housekeeping while the girls are in school. A driver is required and there is parking available if needed.

Job Summary:  A lovely young family with 2 girls are looking for a kind, fun active nanny housekeeper who will be a bit of an all-rounder. Both attend the same school in Ealing so you must be comfortable driving in London. During the school year while the girls ae in school you will be happy helping with housekeeping duties, school holidays will be focused more on the girls.

General duties:

Sole charge care
School runs- a car will be provided
Helping with homework would be desirable but not essential
Arranging play dates and afterschool activities
Preparing dinner for the family
During the school holidays – planning fun outings and games for both girls
Booking appointments
Running errands and shopping
Keeping play areas tidy and general tidy up
Family laundry and Ironing
Candidate requirements:

Fluent English to help with homework- mainly overseeing it (does not need to be native but must be able to read and write English)
Ability to cook a range of healthy meals for the family, both girls have some food allergies
Confident driver
Experience with similar ages is a must- high energy levels and active the girls like enjoy outdoor activities
Someone who is fun but firm when needed
Less experienced nannies encouraged to apply if they are willing to help around the home
Good muck in attitude – happy to help with what is needed around the home
Salary:  £42,000 plus gross per year (Doe)

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