An adventurous and kind couple are looking to hire their second ROTA nanny to relocate to Puerto Rico and care for their infant son. The schedule will be full-charge live-in 24 hours a day for 7-days-on/7-days-off. Eventually the role’s hours may change to 7am-7pm. There is a furnished 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment for the nannies to live in that is 6 minutes from the principal’s residence. The room provided is a private quiet bedroom with an en-suite full bathroom.
The family lives just steps away from a secluded beach in a nice, family-friendly area so the nanny must be a strong swimmer. The parents are retired and will pop in and out throughout the day and are involved but are very respectful and non-micromanaging, trusting the experienced and skilled nannies to do their job and even educating them since they are first-time parents. They foster a respectful environment and desire nannies who view their career as their calling; they want their nannies to be happy. Preference given to a nanny who is: Norland-educated, Childhood Development-educated, Early Childhood Development-educated, Occupational Therapy-educated, or Speech Therapy-educated. They appreciate nannies who care about their son’s development and will foster his continued growth. They will likely have another baby in the future.
The nanny to hire must be passport-ready and be willing to travel to destinations such as London, South of France, and Lake Como for 2 months at a time – in the Summer perhaps working 1 month on and then 1 month off. They want a long-term, happy, and sustainable relationship with their nannies and some of the personality traits desired are; having a great disposition, being friendly and dedicated, having a pitch-in attitude, being a good decision maker, and having a warm-spirit. The nanny to hire must be COVID-conscious, COVID-vaccinated and boosted or at least willing to get a 3rd shot if not yet boosted. The nanny to hire must be someone who is able to handle the challenges of a little one, has energy to do a 24-hour role and sometimes on less sleep (i.e. if the baby is up sick during the night), is good at taking care of herself and being self-sufficient (i.e. while working preparing her own meal to eat in order to make sure she has energy and is nourished), and has good time management. It is a bonus if the nanny has 1 year of live-in experience and/or travel nanny experience. The candidate to hire needs to have a full-charge mentality.
The responsibilities will include tidying up after the baby’s room, baby’s laundry, and doing baby food prep so understanding how to puree baby food at home is needed. The family already has a cleaning crew that comes weekly as well as a house manager so no cleaning is necessary beyond tidying up after baby and pitching-in where a need is seen perhaps during baby’s nap time. They would like to have a couple’s getaway for a few days at a time to a nearby island so the nannies being willing to stay overnight alone with the baby occasionally is desired.
Health insurance is offered for this role. The family will pay to relocate the nanny. Additionally a newest model year SUV will be provided for the candidate use on and off duty.
You must be COVID-vaccinated, legal to work in the US and have a US Passport, Green card, or EAC to apply for this role.